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10 Years

About 10 Years

Alternative rock band 10 Years began in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1999 with original members Mike Underdown, Brian Vodinh, Lewis Cosby and Ryan Johnson. After releasing their first album, Into the Half Moon in 2001 Cosby was replaced by Andy Parks on bass guitar and current vocalist Jesse Hasek replaced lead singer Mike Underdown. The band then released their second studio album, Killing All That Holds You, which attracted the attention of Republic Records.

In 2005, the band released The Autumn Effect featuring a new recording of what would become their first (and as of 2018, still their biggest) hit “Wasteland”. The album and single were both eventually certified gold in 2017.

10 Years has since consistently released new albums every two or three years while continuing to tour steadily, sometimes headlining, other times supporting Linkin Park, Shinedown, Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust or other heavy rock contemporaries. As of 2018, the band has released eight studio albums in total and had fourteen top 40 songs on the US Rock Chart.

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