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Formed in late 1996 by Rob Doran, Glenn Porter, and Matt Skiba. The band came to exist because of angst, heartbreak, and the company of drinking. Rob was a bassist, Glenn a percussionist from 88 Fingers Louie, and Matt, a drummer from the Traitors and Jerkwater. Their first single release, Sundials, was in 1997. In 1998, the group issued an EP, For Lungs Only, before the departure of Doran, who was replaced by Andriano. Sundials followed Johann’s Face Records for a year. The band released a studio album, Goddamnit, in 1998 and other punk rock hits such as Maybe I’ll Catch Fire in 2000. In the following year, 2001, Porter left and Mike Femumlee, from Smoking Popes, took his place and the album, From Here To Infirmary, hit the stage in spring. It brought a wide exposure, receiving support from two singles – Stupid Kid and Private Eye- and fans responded in a lukewarm manner. A year later, Jade Tree’s release found the Trio at the top positions alongside Hot Water Music. In 2003, Good Mourning was on air shining, landed in the Billboard charts and received several spots on late-night television and summer tours. Crimson emerged in 2005, and with the extra instrumentation, the influence of the punk rock shifted to the next level. During their 10th year anniversary, the Alkaline Trio emphasized their earliest releases, including the fan-favorite Goddamnit and later by fall, they were working at V2 Records. The band returned to the road and released Agony as well as Irony in 2008 in the Epic Records. In 2010, the album, This Addiction became the most rewarding of their career and appeared in the Billboard at number 11. The fifteenth-anniversary release was Damnesia and the eighth studio album, My Shame Is True, in April 2nd, 2013, production from The Descendants' Bill Stevenson.