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Acceptance is an alternative rock band from Seattle, Washington, formed in 1998. They consist of Jason Vena (vocals), Christian McAlhaney (guitars and vocals), Kaylan Cloyd (guitars), Ryan Zwiefelhofer (bass guitar) and Garrett Lunceford (drums). They released two EPs entitled Lost For Words (November 5, 2002) and Black Lines To Battlefields (May 20, 2003). They also released their first LP, Phantoms, on April 26, 2005. They hoped to have a new album out by August 2006 and started recording it in April 2006, according to an interview with lead singer Jason Vena on MySpace. The album was never finished, and Acceptance disbanded in 2006. The band reunited in 2016, Acceptance announced that they would release their first album In 11 years with the original lineup of Jason, Kaylan, Ryan, Christian, and Garrett.


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    Oh no, this couldn't be more unexpected
    And I can tell you I've been moving in so slow
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    I keep losing track over again,
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    The worst time, to hit you with my first line, no
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