12 Stones emerged from anonymity via their self-titled debut in 2002 and rose to prominence quickly. Singer Paul McCoy's appearance on the debut hit from Evanescence 'Bring Me To Life,' steady touring, and a strong connection to the growing fan base delivered sales of hundreds of thousands of copies. Potter's Field (2004), Anthem For The Underdog (2007), and an EP titled The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday (2010) followed, with cumulative sales of the band's music exceeding two million units.
A new partnership with independent label the Executive Music Group, and a recording that is the realized vision of a decade of finding their voice in Only Human, delivers a bright future for the Mandeville, Louisiana based group. Lyrically, the songs capture the essence of life's challenges, and there is no doubt the public and industry will find the qualities that have made 12 Stones rise plentiful on Only Human.