With their unique sound – a fusion of musical genres, all of which rock – Within Reason first started making a name for themselves in 2005. Six months after releasing their first demo, the band got the opportunity to perform for millions on the popular TV show One Tree Hill. In 2009, the band released their first full length record "Bloodshot Life", recorded by multi-platinum producer Rick Beato (Shinedown).
With songs featured in both film and videogames, fans from around the world began following the band. Within Reason’s latest record, "After the Crawl," recorded by GRAMMY® nominated Nick Chahwala, was released in March 2012. The new EP led to Within Reason joining some of the biggest bands in the world on tour. In early 2013 the band appeared in a television commercial for Microsoft Surface and was afforded 2 weeks in LA for GRAMMY® festivities, a showcase at the Clive Davis Theater in the GRAMMY® Museum, experienced the Red Carpet on GRAMMY® Night and were interviewed by countless media outlets, including making the front page of the Business section of the LA Times.
The band has since been featured on the front page of the Last.fm website, which is the world’s largest online music catalog, been the focus of a Microsoft Surface nationwide Ad campaign, filmed their first major music video for ‘We’ll Have it All,’ eclipsed 200,000 paid downloads. Their first radio single "Enemy" reached #46 on the Active Rock radio charts in 2014 while on their second tour with the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. Following tours with Godsmack, Seether, and Pop Evil, the band released their second single to radio, "Here Comes The Light" in early 2015 accompanied with a music video produced by band bassist, David Koonce. The single peaked at #39 on Active Rock radio. The band began writing music 2015 and recorded their third album, coproduced by Cody Hanson and Marshal Dutton in 2016. The album, Battlefields Life Love and War was released in 2017 followed by lengthy touring.
"Invictus", the first single from Battlefields Life Love and War peaked at #29 on Active Rock chart and #31 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart in early 2018.