Beloved...I Caught You When You Fell by Cries Hannah
Cries Hannah was a Christian metalcore band from Poplar Bluff, Missouri. The band members included Vocalist Matthew Tompkins, Bassist Jason Savage, Guitarist Trey Davis, Drummer Matt Boyd, and Guitarist/Drummer Josh Kassinger. The band originally formed in 2003 under the name Downfront but 2004, they changed their name to Cries Hannah. The name change was significant to them because it was taken from the Bible, 1 Samuel 2. During the summer of 2006, the band independently released their EP, Oh, Death Where is Thy Sting. Shortly thereafter, Cries Hannah signed a label deal with Crash Music, Inc, and recorded with Tyler Orr (As Cities Burn, Rookie of the Year, The Chariot) at First Street Studios in Cleveland, TN. The result was their debut album, Beloved... I Caught You When You Fell. Following the release of the album in November 2006, Cries Hannah toured throughout the South and Midwestern United States. In the Spring of 2007, the band was involved in a serious bus accident following a show in Chicago, IL. None of the members sustained serious injuries, though the bus was totaled. That summer the band embarked on what would be their final tour with Here I Come Falling. Following the tour, the band decided to call it quits and pursue their own personal endeavors. Their final shows were concluded in late 2007.
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