Acceptance is a band out of Seattle, Washington. They are made up of Jason Vena (Vocals), Christian McAlhaney (guitar and vocals), Kaylan Cloyd (guitar), Ryan Zwiefelhofer (bass), and Nick Radovanovic (drums). They were formed in 1998 by Jason, Kaylan, Chris DeCastro who played drums, and Peter. Chris and peter soon left the group and Ryan, Nick, and Christian joined on. They released “Lost for Words” in 2000, “Black Lines to Battlefields” in 2003 and “Phantoms” in 2005. They play alternative style music similar to the Foo Fighters. They haven’t made any important performances, but played The Webster on Feb. 5th and are currently on tour. They were influenced by The Beatles, Metallica, Jimmy Eat World, and Counting Crows.
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Phantoms | Reviewer: Tyler R. McLain | 1/29/13
I havent gotten a chance to see you guys live. For the most part I still listen to phantoms and just learned there were a couple of other albums! Forever phantoms will reign in my heart and soul. you guys have a style that touches every inch of the skin and really makes you feel what you all felt when you wrote these songs. well done and I hope to see you live sometime soon. If your ever in California give me a shout out and I will bring everyone and there mother to see you guys! Much love. Tyler M.
Awesome Band! | Reviewer: Jami | 11/18/05
I just saw Acceptance in concert with Yellowcard in PA last weekend. They are on tour with Yellowcard and The Pink Spiders. I must say that I am normally not impressed with opening bands that I don't know but I was blown away by the guys in this band. They put on an awesome show and I was hooked as soon as they sang Different. I love the song and once I heard other songs from their current album, Phantoms, I kenw I had to get their CD. Unfortunately I coudln't get it at the concert b/c my cousin was very sick so we had to leave as soon as it was over but as soon as I got home I downloaded it from Itunes. It's an amazing album. I really think that with a little more exposure, especially since they are on tour with Yellowcard, they will soon become a well known band. Kudos to them for an awesome show and new fans every day!!
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