Recognized for their unique blend of power and melody, Gone in April came to international attention in 2011, with the release of their debut album, We Are But Human, uniting musicians from Canada, Italy, Germany and USA.
Following the release, the band performed in North America and in Asia, co-headlining The Great Indian Octoberfest in Bangalore, India (Asia), a 3-day festival with an attendance of 60 000, with Children of Bodom. Gone in April also headlined the WaveTransform Festival 2014 (North America), as well as other events in the USA.
In 2016, Gone in April released their 2nd album, Threads of Existence, consisting of a new line-up from the USA and Canada and performed in both countries. With Threads of Existence, Gone in April reinforced its unique sound, weaving technical death metal riffs with classical voice and strings, folk melodies with aggressive growls and powerful drumming.
In the Fall of 2019, the band released its 3rd album, Shards of Light, and supporting music videos before joining Eluveitie and Korpiklaani on a 4-week North American Tour.