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Twothirtyeight (also 'twothirtyeight' or 'Two Thirty Eight') was an indie rock band from Pensacola, Florida. They disbanded in April 2003. Formed in 1995, Twothirtyeight released three independently produced EP albums before signing with the now-defunct Takehold Records. In 1999, Twothirtyeight released their first full length album Missing You Dearly on Takehold Records. The band line-up featured Chris Staples, Kevin Woerner, Owen Grabo, and DJ Stone. The album was dedicated to Kevin Glass, the band's former bass guitarist, who died in a tragic car accident in 1997. Weeks before Glass was killed, he taught Owen Grabo the bass parts for most of the songs in the Twothirtyeight catalogue. In 2000, with Owen Grabo having left the band, Twothirtyeight recorded their next EP, Matter Has A Breaking Point, as a 3-piece outfit with Chris Staples on bass guitar and lead vocals. With the addition of Jake Brown, former frontman of the band Driven, on bass guitar, Twothirtyeight wrote and recorded their second full-length album Regulate the Chemicals. Chris Carrabba, notable as the former lead vocalist of Further Seems Forever and principal artist of Dashboard Confessional, contributed backing vocals to two of the songs from Regulate the Chemicals, "This Town Will Eat You" and "Coin Laundry Loser."Following the album's release DJ Stone, who had played drums for the group since the beginning, left the group to focus on his family. Regulate the Chemicals was released on Takehold Records and followed by a summer of extensive touring. In January 2001, Jake Brown left the band. In 2002, Takehold was acquired by Tooth & Nail Records, and the record label would re-release the band's second album, remastered with additional tracks added. You Should Be Living, the group's final album, was released in 2002, produced by James Wisner, who has also worked with Further Seems Forever and Dashboard Confessional. In April 2003, Twothirtyeight disbanded on good terms; members choosing to pursue their individual dreams. Notably, lead vocalist Chris Staples went on to front the indie rock band Discover America. Missing You Dearly lineup: Chris Staples - guitar / vocals Kevin Worner - guitar DJ Stone - drums Owen Grabo - bass Matter Has a Breaking Point lineup: Chris Staples - bass/vocals Kevin Woerner - guitar DJ Stone - drums Jason Anderson - touring drummer Regulate the Chemicals lineup: Chris Staples - guitar/vocals DJ Stone - drums Kevin Woerner - guitar Jake Brown - bass Jason Frazier - touring drummer You Should Be Living lineup: Chris Staples - guitar/vocals Kevin Woerner - guitar Dylan Roper - drums Ben May - bass Daniel Lamb - touring guitarist Other projects the members have been involved with since Twothirtyeight's demise: Chris Staples is the chief singer/songwriter for Discover America, which put out a full-length record on Tooth and Nail Records. He also plays guitar in the Merge Records band, Telekinesis. Kevin Woerner has played guitar in Tarantula, Gileah and The Ghost Train and With Hatchet Pike & Gun. He currently plays guitar in Discover America. DJ Stone occasionally plays drums for BEC Recording artist Chris Taylor. Owen Grabo has played drums for Gileah and The Ghost Train and Tarantula. Jake Brown played bass in Moments in Grace and Decahedron. He currently is the chief songwriter, vocalist and guitarist of The Eastern Wave and plays bass in Frodus. Dylan Roper plays guitar and sings in Roper Electric Company. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.