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When Stealing Eden released their debut album Truth in Tragedy in 2011, the members didn't anticipate the band itself would experience catastrophe. Within months of the record's release, the relationship with their label had soured and internal conflicts flared. By the end of their first tour, their lineup had dismantled and the future looked bleak. But nearly a decade after experiencing woes that almost led to their demise, original members David Ottoson (vocals), Maximus Whyman (guitars) and Monty Lang (drums) managed to resuscitate the Vancouver, BC hard rock band -- with new material in the works and a shift in creative perspective. "We actually had no idea the impact we had on people," explained Whyman. "Little did we know, some of our fans had been putting our music up on YouTube and we were getting millions of streams." Originally formed in 2008, Stealing Eden was born out of the ashes of metal bands Noise Therapy and Among The Betrayed. As frontman of Noise Therapy, Ottoson toured internationally in support of Incubus, Marilyn Manson and Kid Rock; in Among The Betrayed, Whyman and Lang performed alongside Devin Townsend and members of Cypress Hill. But when both bands dissolved, the vision was to create a new project that fused catchy vocals with the melodic elements of metal and hardcore, thus giving birth to Truth in Tragedy. Now, several years later, the band hopes to pick up where they left off, while being conscious of the spirit of the times.