For fans of For All I Am, it has been a rollercoaster of sorts regarding news with the band and what they are up to. For those who are unfamiliar, For All I Am got going around 2011 after frontman Aria Yavarinejad wanted to form a new band due to his current not being where he wanted musically. After dropping their debut EP in November of 2011 titled “Lone Wolf”, Equal Vision Records scooped up the fresh band and adding them to their roster.
Label #1: Equal Vision Records
For All I Am was signed to the label in 2011 with their first tour later that November called “Take A Picture, It Will Last Longer” with We Came As Romans, Sleeping with Sirens, Attila, and on select dates Emmure. For All I Am were named one of Alternative Press’ ‘100 bands you need to know’ in 2012. Their Will Putney produced debut full length dropped in 2013 which was title “Skinwalker” and saw them on their first headliner in 2014 with former Woe, Is Me/Issues members in Cursed Sails, Chasing Safety, Separations, and Youth In Revolt.
Label #2: Invogue Records
LP number one was dropped on one label and then in 2014 For All I Am signed with Invogue Records. In October of that same year, they released their second LP “No Home” in which Aria said:
In the last year we’ve worked on developing and evolving our sound and message to form what we think is a truer identity of For All I Am. “No Home,” is for anyone who feels separated from the world, the comfort of home, or their own mind.”
For All I Am In 2017: One Member, All Hunger
After the ups and downs mentioned above not to mention everyone leaving the band, Aria has not given up and made the special announcement via his facebook page about new For All I Am tunes amongst the goal in terms of getting signed or not:
Finished the first For All I Am song for the comeback. First song done in 3-4 years. Getting the first track mixed/mastered by Brandon Paddock (Volumes, Veil of Maya). Are ya’ll ready to hear some dank ass songs that actually mean something? 🙂#Independent#Fuckarecordlabel“
This is amazing news and we are insanely stoked to see where the future takes Aria and For All I Am.