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OriginMiami, Florida, United States
Pop punk
Post hardcore
Melodic Hardcore
Years active1998–2003
LabelsIdes Of March Records
Eulogy Recordings
Fearless Records
Victory Records

Glasseater was a pop punk/post hardcore band from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1998 as a duo, eventually expanding to a quintet. Energetic live shows got the band signed to Ides of March Records in 1999, and a second album was released on Eulogy Recordings in 2000. Nationwide touring ensued, opening for Black Flag, 311, Dashboard Confessional, and Pennywise.[1] Signing to Fearless Records, the band re-released their second album and recorded a third, soon moving on to Victory Records to record their fourth album in 2003. Glasseater performed one final time in Miami on July 31, 2010 at Churchill's Pub. The show involved both versions of the band with original vocalist Jason Calleiro and later vocalist Julio Marin alternating vocal duties throughout the show. The show is considered their reunion as well as their final show, because the band never played a farewell show before their hiatus in 2003.[2]

The band announced in December 2013 that they would reunite for at least one show at Churchill’s Pub in their hometown Miami, Florida on February 22, 2014[3]


Jason Calleiro - vocal (start–2001)
Julio Marin - vocals/drums (start–2005)
Juan Carlos "JC" Lopez - guitar (later joined Stretch Arm Strong)
Ariel Arro - guitar
Matt Fox - bass (2000)
Willy Tijerino- bass(1998)
Anthony Lopez - bass
Nate van Dame - drums (late 2003 - 2005, later joined Hit the Lights)



  1. ^ Biography, Allmusic
  2. ^ Concert Review: Glasseater Reunion/Farewell Show at Churchill's, July 31 2010 Miami New Times, by Abel Folgar, accessed 2017-02-13
  3. ^ Glasseater announce reunion show in 2014, Alternative Press, December 05 2013, 5:11 PM EST By Brian Kraus, accessed 2017-02-13