Vocalist Aaron Lewis met guitarist Mike Mushok at a Christmas party in 1993 and they formed Staind. Break the Cycle took the number one spot on U.S. charts in 2001.
Smash hits like "It's Been Awhile," "Fade," "For You" and "Epiphany" catapulted the band into the mainstream, and the 2002 DVD MTV Unplugged went gold. Staind released 14 Shades of Grey in spring 2003, and after a two-year break returned with Chapter V.
While other post-grunge bands were successful in mining the dark caverns once explored by Soundgarden and Alice in Chains, Lewis allowed his sensitivity to pour freely from his words and often pensive vocals, enabling Staind to strike a balance between heavy metal bombast and thoughtful, melodic rock.
Staind sustained a decade of popularity before Lewis broke free with a solo career in 2011, refashioning himself as a conservative country singer on his EP, Town Line.
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