Jordan Blake is an American vocalist, notable for being the former lead vocalist of post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive. Blake is well known for his distinct high-pitched vocal style and possesses a wide vocal range and high screaming abilities.
A Skylit Drive (2005-2008):
Blake was the vocalist of the post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive after his original singer Michael Jagmin leave to join to metal band Odd Project, and was featured on their first release She Watched the Sky. He left the band in late 2007 because of health concerns. His replacement was original vocalist Michael Jagmin.
Razing Alexandria (2008):
Blake was the former member and vocalist of Christian indie band Razing Alexandria, in which he recorded a few demos.
Watchout! Theres Ghosts (2008/2012 Break-up):
In early 2008 Blake formed with his long time friend Joshua Stotts the Electronica/Post-Hardcore formation Watchout! Theres Ghosts and released 1 album via Rise Records. After a while when Josh left the band, Watchout! Theres Ghosts announced their split with Rise and broke up. The band was resurrected in October 2011,and planned to release a new album in January 2012 called "Ghost Town 2.0", but the band broke up after only being together again for two months, and releasing one song.
Jordan has stated that he would love to continue Watchout! Theres Ghosts, but unbeknownst to fans, there are many forces at work that make continuing the project and even booking shows almost impossible.
Jbdj was an electronic/hip hop musical collaboration between Jordan Blake and D.J. Blackard that only spawned two songs.
Trances were formed by Jordan and D.j. Blackard and they self released one EP with the title "The Alphament". The band announced their break up on July 2 via video message.
Collaboration with Etienne Sin (2011):
In early 2011 Jordan Blake (The Legend) and Etienne Sin (The Leader) released one Collaboration EP called "The Legend. The Leader.". They released two music videos for the songs "It's Jordan Blake Bitch!" and "The Leader". Their newest song on "Enkindle Betrayal" was released on September 28, 2011. Another new song was released on November 30, 2011 with the title "Sanguine Greed".
Solo Career (since 2011):
In the meanwhile Jordan released five new songs under his actual name titled "Solo Reflection","Reek Over Me", "Everyone Hates A Fake", a cover of Ellie Goulding's song "Under The Sheets", and three new songs titled "Line Em Up, Take Em Down" which was released on January 14, 2012 featuring guest vocals from Elly Rodriguez, "Falco Plains", as well as a remix entitled "Falco Plains (NIGHTLIFE REMIX)". On 11 March 2014 Jordan announced via Facebook that his previous EP "Buy this and burn it" on soundcloud is a free download . Namely the songs are "Human Sacrafice" , "Mixing Uppers and Downers" , "Feel it Out" , "Demons Dwell In Blondes" and "Lonely Cannibals" . He also announced that new songs will be coming sooner and will be free of charge.
Jordan created a new band called "4Telaports" with Stephen Ryan Tucker. 4Telaports was an electronic/hardcore band made to revolutionize the hardcore scene. The band made multiple original songs as well as many remixes. Their first song, "Release Me", was met with great acclaim, while its predecessors were met with much more negative criticism, due to its more instrument-oriented structure rather than its previously vocal-based structure. It is unknown if the band is still together, since no music or updates have arisen, and with Jordan's creation of "Speak Of The Devil".
Jordan is currently recording songs with various bands and DJ's including California based electronica/hip hop group Foolish Ways and DJ Stewie. Jordan says he will continue to play music and record tracks until he feels the "time is right' to pursue a different path.
Speak Of The Devil (2012):
On December 9, Jordan stated that he started to form a new project with ex-lead-guitarist Joey Wilson of A Skylit Drive. Joey left A Skylit Drive in November.
Joey announced through Twitter that the band will release a full length album Summer 2013 called "Holding Onto the Hands of Time".
Jordan announced that Joey had left the band through Facebook to pursue opportunities that faced him recently.