Craig Owens

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Craig Owens
Craig Owens 2009 Warped Tour.jpg
Background information
Birth nameCraigery Michael Owens
Born (1984-08-26) August 26, 1984 (age 36)
OriginDavison, Michigan, U.S.
GenresPost-hardcore, indie rock, experimental rock, emo, pop rock, screamo, pop punk
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, musician, actor
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, piano, keyboards
Years active2001–present
LabelsDecaydance, Sire
Associated actsChiodos, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows, Cinematic Sunrise, Isles & Glaciers, The Sound of Animals Fighting

Craigery Michael "Craig" Owens (b. August 26, 1984) is an American musician from Davison, Michigan. He is best known as the former lead vocalist of Chiodos. He has had many side projects such as Cinematic Sunrise, and the supergroup Isles & Glaciers. He is currently lead vocalist for the supergroup Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows.

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On July 20, 2008, Owens tried to kill himself by overdosing a drug called Xanax. Owens said he had been suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety.[1] Owens also said he did not suffer any permanent damage from the incident.

On December 15, 2008, a new side project was announced and was to be called Isles & Glaciers. It would include Owens, Jonny Craig (from Dance Gavin Dance and Emarosa), Vic Fuentes, Nick Martin, Matt Goddard (from Chiodos), Brian Southall, and Mike Fuentes. Owens is also often featured as a guest vocalist. Florida post-hardcore band, Broadway, had Craig Owens and Jonny Craig as guest vocalists on their debut album Kingdoms, which was released July 7, 2009. Owens was also featured in the song "The Road to Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions" for the band In Fear and Faith.[2]

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