Into Another (band)

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Into Another
Into Another.jpg
Into Another in 1995
Background information
Origin New York, NY, USA
Genres Post-hardcore, alternative metal, alternative rock, grunge
Years active 1990–1996
Labels Revelation Records
Hollywood Records
Associated acts Underdog
Youth of Today
Members Richie Birkenhead
Drew Thomas
Peter Moses
Brian Balchack
Reid Black
Past members Tony Bono

Into Another is an American rock band formed in 1990 in New York City, New York.[1] The original lineup consisted of vocalist Richie Birkenhead (formerly of Underdog and Youth of Today), drummer Drew Thomas (formerly of Bold), bassist Tony Bono (formerly of Whiplash) and guitarist Peter Moses. Into Another performed their first show at New York's Pyramid Club, supporting White Zombie. Their song "T.A.I.L." hit #39 on the U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in 1996.[2] The band broke up later that year due to intra-band tensions and a deteriorated relationship with Hollywood Records. Bassist Tony Bono died in May 2002.

In 2012, Into Another reunited for the Revelation Records 25th Anniversary shows at The Glasshouse in Pomona, CA. Original members Richie Birkenhead, Peter Moses and Drew Thomas were joined by guitarist Brian Balchack (Ignite) and bassist Reid Black (Innaway).




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