Chasing Victory

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List of top 10 songs by Chasing Victory. Full list of songs by Chasing Victory including albums. Chasing Victory Discography. Complete list of Chasing Victory songs. Music by Chasing Victory, including lyrics and music videos.
Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Oceans Away 2005 299,609
Unrequited Love 2005 296,668
Wolves 2007 267,126
A Taste Of Your Own Medicine 2005 363,774
Chemicals 2007 295,162
The Killer Is Me 2005 354,708
Fiends 2007 295,161
Queens 2007 335,199
First Steps To Recovery 2005 366,117
The Night Your Guardian Fell Asleep 2005 411,476
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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Genre
Christian rock
Post-hardcore
Screamo (early)
Origin
Camilla, Georgia
Year(s) Active
2003–2007, 2008
Labels
Mono Vs Stereo

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Chasing Victory was a post-hardcore/Christian rock group from Camilla, Georgia. The band was formed in 2001 by Adam Harrell, Jeremy Lowery, Jason Lowery, Taylor Sullivan and Michael Lamb while they were still in high school. They started as a cover band called Bailey Drive where they started writing songs for A Not So Tragic Cover Up. After the release of this EP they signed with Mono Vs. Stereo Records and then released their first full-length album titled I Call This Abandonment in 2005 and their second album Fiends in 2007. On September 24, 2007 the band announced they had broken up through their Myspace blog. In 2008 the band played a few shows during the summer, but never fully reunited. In 2010, Jason, Adam, and Jeremy announced the formation of a new band called Astoria and have a new EP called [E.P.(ic) - EP].

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