Solid State Records
| Tree of Woe, Takehold, Solid State|
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1998)
Regeneration of Self, Wormwood
Christian hardcore, Hardcore punk, Christian metal
Eso‑Charis, Narcissus, Tantrum of the Muse, Embodyment, Society's Finest
Few Left Standing was a Christian metal band that primarily played Christian hardcore and was signed to Takehold Records. The band's debut album was produced by Living Sacrifice frontman, Bruce Fitzhugh. The band has toured with Underoath, Narcissus, and Tantrum of the Muse.
Few Left Standing started in 1998 as a hardcore punk. The band signed to Takehold Records in 1999. In 1999 the band recorded their debut album, Regeration of Self. The album was produced by the famed Living Sacrifice vocalist and rhythm guitarist Bruce Fitzhugh.
The band released an EP in 2000 to an independent record label called Tree of Woe. In mid-2000, the band was booked for the "40 Days of Disaster" tour with Underoath, Narcissus and Tantrum of the Muse.
In 2001 the band recorded their second album, Wormwood, that was released on Takehold as well. In 2002 the band disbanded.
In 2003, Takehold Records was bought out by Tooth & Nail Records and Takehold's catalog was added to the Tooth & Nail Records discography. The albums were reissued on Solid State Records, an imprint of Tooth & Nail.
Last-known line-upChris Stafford – vocals (1998–2002)
Aaron Winter – bass guitar (1998–2002)
Jon Keegin – drums (1998–2002)
Jason Lancaster – lead guitar (1998–2002)
FormerJim Joblin – rhythm guitar (1998)
Studio albumsRegeneration of Self (1999; Takehold)
Wormwood (2001; Takehold)
EPsThe Exit Wound (2000; Tree of Woe)
Tears of a Fallen ManRegeneration of Self · 1999Few Left Standing Wikipedia
Give Credit Where Credit Is DueWormwood · 2002
Tongues of VipersRegeneration of Self · 1999