From a Second Story Window

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From a Second Story Window
Also known as FASSW, Aphasia
Origin Ohio/Pennsylvania[1]
Genres Metalcore, deathcore, mathcore, post-hardcore
Years active 1999–2008
Labels Black Market
Website Official website
Past members Will Jackson
Joe Sudrovic
Nick Huffman
Paul Misko
Rob Hileman
Jeff Peterson
Sean Vandegrift
Derek Vasconi

From a Second Story Window (sometimes abbreviated as FASSW) was a mathcore band that formed in 1999 as Aphasia in Ohio. By 2003, they had changed their name to From a Second Story Window.[2] The band's first EP was self-released as The Cassandra Complex in 2003. It was repackaged and re-released by Black Market Activities as Not One Word Has Been Omitted in 2004. In 2006, the band released Delenda, their first full-length album under Black Market Activities and distributed by Metal Blade[2]

After releasing Delenda, the band toured throughout North America and Europe continuously until the summer of 2007. Then they began to complete the writing of their second full-length album. Conversations was released May 27, 2008, again on Black Market Activities. They toured Europe in 2007, along with Walls of Jericho, Born from Pain, Fear My Thoughts, All Shall Perish, and Freya. On August 29, 2008, in a MySpace blog, the band announced that they had disbanded.[3]

Musical style[edit]

They have described their music for "people with Attention Deficit Disorder."[2]


Final line-up[edit]

  • Will Jackson – vocals (2005-2008)
  • Joe "Dad" Sudrovic – bass guitar (1999–2008)
  • Nick "Puffman" Huffman – drums (2003–2008)
  • Paul "Fat Paul" Misko – guitar (2006–2008)
  • Rob Hileman – guitar(1999–2008)[2]

Previous members[edit]

  • Jeff "Jpetes" Peterson – vocals (1999-2003)
  • Sean Vandegrift – vocals (2003–2005)
  • Derek Macaroni – guitar (1999–2006)



  1. ^ From a Second Story Window's Official Website Archived 2008-03-14 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 2008-3-13
  2. ^ a b c d e FASSW's Metal Blade Bio Retrieved on 2008-3-13
  3. ^ "Departing Address". August 29, 2008. Retrieved May 18, 2010. 

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