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No Sugar Added - a Christian/Screamo band from Texas has been non stop since 2006. It's not easy, but loving what they do and who they do it for makes all the difference to these five southern boys: Kris Anaya (Guitar, Vocals), Dustin Grisham (Guitar,Backup Vocals), Scott Felker (Screams, Backup Vocals, Keys), D.J. Tracy (Bass), and Michael Hernandez (Drums). This five piece band from Borger, Texas began making a name for themselves playing with bands such as Spoken, Rapture Ruckus, The Letter Black, Wavorly, Don't Wake Aislin, A Road Less Traveled, Sent By Ravens, One Last Soul, and many others. No Sugar Added's shows are energetic with catchy lyrics and mosh worthy beats. The music is for anyone who likes good wholesome family Rock, with a hint of hardcore spread around for flavor and originality. For fans of Underoath, Demon Hunter, Oh Sleeper, Emery, etc... In 2009 the group began recording their EP entitled "There's A Storm A Coming" that released on iTunes and other online stores in December. The four song EP consists of the band's single "A Judgment Nearer" which has been very well received in concerts. "Another Drink" adds to the bands list of catchy songs. "Wash Me Away" is the bands lightest most melodic song. It's orchestra ending makes it powerful. Finally the band put an acoustic version on the CD called "Reach" which is much heavier in their live performances. No Sugar Added signed with Tate Music Group (TMG) in June of 2010. The band recorded their debut album Out Of Darkness/Into Light in September of 2010. The album will include 8 songs. You can purchase the CD at the labels website http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=812517018030. It will also be available at nation wide at Walmart, Target Hastings, etc. in late January. The album will is powerful and shows that this band will stop at nothing to share Christ with the world in their very own unique way. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.