Over the course of their brief but bright existence, metalcore band Issues has earned a reputation as a ferocious live act that blends heavy-rocking elements with epic R&B inspired hooks and melodies. Anchored by the one-two punch of dual lead vocalists Tyler Carter (clean vocals) and Michael Bohn (unclean vocals), the band tears through songs like "Mad At Myself" and "Hooligans" with a passion and intensity that always leaves fans thoroughly rocked. Issues consistently gets ticket buyers thrashing with their adrenaline-filled showmanship and decibel-shattering sound on tour.
Issues formed in Atlanta, GA in 2012 from the ashes of metalcore band Woe, Is Me, a high-octane outfit that landed two albums on Billboard's Heatseekers chart before disbanding. Under the leadership of clean vocalist Tyler Carter, Issues made its debut in 2012 with the Black Diamonds EP, an auspicious collection of tracks that blended rap and R&B with traditional metalcore elements like heavily distorted guitar and screaming. The record reached the Top 10 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart, leading to extensive touring that included a string of dates on the 2013 Vans Warped Tour. The band released their self-titled debut full-length in 2014, debuting at #9 on the Billboard Top 200 with 22,000 units sold in the first week and topping the Hard Rock and Indie charts before wowing fans once again on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour.