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Caleb Joshua Shomo was born on December 1, 1992, an American musician vocalist of the band Attack Attack!, and record producer, he is owner of studio records in Columbus, Ohio. Caleb Shomo started recording in 2010.
Caleb was included into the American metalcore band Attack Attack! at the launch of 2008 at 15 years old, playing keyboard and synths in the songs "People's Elbow", "Dr. Shavargo Pt. 2", "Party Foul" and "What Happens If I Can't Check My MySpace When We Get There?" There first album was released on November 11, 2008 and is considered a pioneer album in the trend to mix metalcore and electronic fusion with rock.
In the same year, Austin Carlile (existing vocalist for Of Mice & Men) left the band, and Nick Barham (ex vocals in For All We Know) replace him. Barham come to a decision to leave the band in October of 2009, and the band decided make Caleb the new frontman. Their second album, Attack Attack!, has Johnny Franck on clean vocals Caleb on screams. Later on, Franck decided to depart from the group, and the band released a deluxe edition of their self-titled album, which contains 4 new songs with Caleb Shomo as the primary vocalist.
In December, 2011, the band announced the release of their new album called This Means War set for January 17, 2012. On December 23, they released a new single called "The Motivation" on their Facebook page. It is the first album to feature Shomo handling all vocals and production.
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