The March Ahead

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Background information
OriginColumbus, Ohio
Years active2010–present
LabelsJohnny Franck Productions
Associated acts
Attack Attack!
  • Johnny Franck

The March Ahead on November 10, 2010 Johnny Franck announced he had departed from Attack Attack! to focus on his relationship with God[1][wikipedia:NOTRS better source needed] and proceeded to start a new Progressive Post-Hardcore project called The March Ahead and released a self-titled album on August 12, 2011 as well as B-Sides on January 15, 2012.


He would then drop a series of singles including "Creation / Statues" on November 18, 2014,[2] "Story of My Life" (One Direction cover) on June 17, 2014[3] and "We Are All Going To Die / This Is Not The End" on January 9, 2014.[4] The most recent release under this project was three singles entitled "With You", "Relief" and "Split" on Feb 28, 2020.[wikipedia:NOTRS citation needed]


Studio albums
  • The March Ahead (2011)
  • The March Ahead B-Sides (2012)
  • Weight (2017)
  • Creation / Statues (2014)
  • Story of My Life (One Direction Cover) (2014)
  • We Are All Going To Die / This Is Not The End (2014)
  • I Can't Make You Love Me I Can't Make You Love Me (2015)
  • Where Are U Now (Jack Ü Cover) (2015)
  • Youth (2015)
  • Let Me Love You Featuring Lee Abrecht (2016)
  • Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper Cover) (2017)
  • Make Me Believe (2017)
  • 2U (2017)
  • Calloused (2018)
  • Relief (2020)
  • Split (2020)
  • With You (2020)

In the media



  1. "Attack Attack Vocalist and Guitarist Leaves Band to Focus on God". Metal And Hardcore News Plus Reviews And More.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. Alvae, Corbin. "UTG PREMIERE: THE MARCH AHEAD – 'CREATION/STATUES'". Under The Gun Review.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. Sennett, Troy. "THE MARCH AHEAD COVER ONE DIRECTION'S "STORY OF MY LIFE"". Under The Gun Review.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. "THE MARCH AHEAD (EX-ATTACK ATTACK!) PREMIERE TWO NEW SONGS". Alternative Press.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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