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From the sunny state of Florida comes to punk rock sensation that is Against Me!. With a collective total of fifteen plus years on the scene, the band did not see true commercial success until 2003 with the launch of their second major studio album Against Me! as the Eternal Cowboy, which eventually took them to number 36 on the Billboard Music charts with hits like "Cavalier Eternal". In recent years, however, the bands notorious hard punk rich sounds have become eponymous with the news in 2012 that lead vocalist Tom Gabel was transgender and set to undergo gender reassignment therapy. Gabel, now Laura Jane Grace, made the subject of transition and her struggle with gender dysphoria the subject of their upcoming Transgender Dysphoria Blues. The band is still touring together despite the revelation, and only looks to become more epic and iconic for their fanbase and the transgender community. Against Me! is a punk rock band from Naples, Florida. The group formed in 1997 by Tom Gabel. The current line up of the band consists of Laura Jane Grace (formerly known as Tom Gabel), Andrew Seward and James Bowman. Against Me! is signed to record labels Hot Water Music, The Draft and Forgetters. Against Me! has released 6 full length studio albums. The band is known for their lyrics that deal with transgender issues. In addition, Against Me! has toured extensively to support their album releases. They have experienced an ever changing line up of touring musicians. According to the band, gender dysphoria is the concept of the band's sixth studio album. The album depicts the life of a transgender prostitute and the struggles that follow. The band plans to tour off the back of their new album as well as play many punk rock music festivals around the world. Expect to see a lot changed as the band explores a new direction in sound and identity. Against Me! currently has six studio albums to their name: Against Me! Is Reinventing Axl Rose (2002), Against Me! as the Eternal Cowboy (2003), Searching for a Former Clarity (2005), New Wave (2007), White Crosses (2010) and their most recent Transgender Dysphoria Blues (2013).