The Missing (band)
|Years active||2008- present|
|Associated acts||The Bullet Party, The X Members, Space Goblin, Love Spank, Who Killed Marilyn?, Snot Rockets|
Elliot BarryChad Martin
|Past members||Alan Rudkowski
Listen to songs of this musical artist The Missing (band) or Buy album of him/her on amazonThe Missing is an American rock band from Cleveland, Ohio that was formed by singer Christopher Marinin, formerly of emo-era mainstay, Who Killed Marilyn? in 2008 as a folk punk project influenced by time spent in Canada watching the Dine Alone Records scene emerge. The Missing went through a succession of drummers and guitarist until mid 2009 when the current line up was set. They have released six independent albums on Ghost Laboratories Records and have performed at Vans Warped Tour and Roverfest.
The Missing's sophomore album "City of Curses" was produced by Punchline's Steve Soboslai, recorded at Innovation Studios by Mike Ofca of The Stickers. It had earned "Best Album of the Year" award in Cleveland Scene Magazine in 2012.
"White Gold" was the follow up full-length record, produced once again by Steve Soboslai of Punchline and recorded at Jungle Studios, by Bryan Patrick of Sinomatic.
After a 5 year hiatus, The Missing released an 11 original song full length titled, "They Live." The album's music was tracked live at Brainchild Recording Studio in Avon, Ohio by Noah Buchanan and was self produced. It is the first album Christopher Marinin has written and recorded since becoming sober.
- Christopher Marinin- Lead vocals, guitar (2008–present)
- Rick Ksiazka- Bass (2008–present)
- Elliot Barry- Guitar, vocals (2009–present)
- Chad Martin- Drums (2009–present)
- Alan Rudkowski - Drums (2008)
- John Badzinski - Bass (2008)
- Bryan Hlucky - Guitar (2008)
- Josh Wozny - Drums (2008)
- Derek - Drums (2008–2009)
- Dracula (2008)
- From Ohio to the Grave (2009)
- At Midnight (2010)
- City of Curses (2011)
- Live at Grovebox Studios (2012)
- White Gold (2012)
- They Live (2017)
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