About Too Late The Hero
Formed in the summer of 2003, Too Late The Hero, an energetic hard rock band with strong pop sensibility has experienced more than most bands do in an entire career, and overcome every obstacle along the way. Having gone through five member changes, six vans, several tours, including a self-booked, full US tour, and a bite to the singer's hand by a flamingo, Too Late The Hero doesn't know what it means to give up.
Too Late The Hero, in its five years of existence have released two albums; The Arming, a six-song EP released in December of 2004, and Is This Thing On?, a full-length, twelve-song LP released in March of 2007. Both were engineered, mixed, and most importantly produced by Grammy winner Josh Wilbur (Atreyu, Haste the Day, From Autumn to Ashes). When asked "What do you sound like?", the answer given is often "Every Time I Die playing New Found Glory songs."
Too Late The Hero can be heard on radio stations throughout Maine, can be seen playing large festivals every year, and can promise full, energetic crowds whenever they play in Maine or New Hampshire. Their energy on stage is something that most bands envy and strive to achieve, and yet somehow, their level of musicianship doesn't suffer. They are well known for their extremely tight performances.
With no support, financial or publicity-wise, Too Late The Hero has managed to break even on every tour, a feat that not even some signed bands can accomplish. With their level of persistence, musicianship, and energy, Too Late The Hero is headed to the top.