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"PRYM is a band that deals in intensity; Corrin Campbell’s compelling vocals come from a very authentic and impassioned place, monolithic slabs of primordial guitars drive through the middle ground and the solid bass and back-beat create the perfect platform to hold it all together." - Dave Franklin of The Swindonian.


Corrin re-released PRYM's EP "At First Light" under her solo name on February 15, 2018. on August 14, 2017. She also released a single, entitled "Charlatan", one year later on February 18, 2019 and its BAD ONE remix on December 13, 2019. In February 2020, Corrin announced her Greatest Hits Dual Disc would include one "cinematic" disc and one "remix" disc, to be in full on January 8, 2021 with digital singles starting in April 2020.


On January 7, 2017, Campbell announced to her fans, the Campbell Corps, that her band, Dash|Ten, is breaking up, and that she was leaving the Army.

For a short stint, Campbell opted to rename her project PRYM and released an EP and toured to several states in Summer 2017. Shortly after, however, she released a statement on her site explaining the short-lived band name and stated she would be returning to her solo name.

PRYM released its first single, "Lights", in March 2017. This single was followed by the "At First Light" EP, released on August 14, 2017. The EP also includes "What You Wanted" and "Our Time Now", songs previously released with Dash|Ten. Band members were never disclosed.

On January 7, 2017, Campbell announced in her fan email list, Campbell Corps, that she is leaving the Army in 2017, and because Ebert and Greenberg are still in, they will be parting ways.


The band came together in early 2016, and their first public performance was the Warped Tour kick-off at Full Sail University in March 2016. All current members of the band are combat veterans of the U.S. Army, and the band is the only group officially backed by a branch of the military, touring and performing exclusively original music. The band's name comes from an Army term for a basic operating manual for equipment. "We consider our musical sound as the basics of rock – just a power trio with no AutoTune, very little edits, not a lot of support tracks. We're rock at it's basic level."

Dash|Ten was forced to drop off of the line-up of Warped Tour 2016 for uncited reasons. Corrin provided a quote to Rara's Farm, "Unfortunately we had to leave the tour unexpectedly after the Darien Center, NY show. We're broken up about it, and hoping it's something that can be remedied. Kevin has been super supportive of us and let us know that we're welcome to come back if and when the Army works it all out."


In 2014, Campbell appeared at select high schools, such as Cedar Cliff High School in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and its sister school, Red Land High School, in Lewisberry, Pennsylvania.


On April 2, via the band's official blog, Corrin also announced that the band would be recording more songs to complete "Gilded" for release May 21, 2013. It was also stated that the album would be released under "Corrin Campbell & the Election" instead of as a solo-artist record. The band released a single in the meantime entitled "Not for Sale" on June 5, 2012.

The Dash|Ten album contains a good deal of Corrin's previously released material from her 2013 album "Gilded". This album was licensed free to the U.S. Army and the band has operated as a non-profit in support of the Army.


On August 14, 2012 "Thanks Corrin" trended worldwide on Twitter when she attended and updated fans on the Paramore show at the Pomona Fox Theater in Pomona, California.

Campbell recorded the first portion of "Gilded" at Dark Horse Recording Studio in March 2012. Shae Padilla of KSM (band) was featured as a guitarist.


Campbell relocated to the Nashville, Tennessee area when the Army Materiel Command Band moved to Redstone Arsenal, Alabama in November 2010 and was employed as the featured artist with the U.S. Army Musical Outreach Team until March 2017.


Campbell served three years with the Maryland National Guard Band before returning to active duty in November 2009. She then served with the Army Materiel Command Band at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. It was while stationed here that Campbell was selected to play at Lilith Fair in Columbia, Maryland.


Campbell transitioned from her solo artist name to Corrin Campbell & the Election in 2008, though all current releases are still listed under her solo name. Based in Baltimore, the band played mostly small local shows in the region until being selected to open Lilith Fair 2010 in Columbia, MD and dissolved into Campbell's Army position upon her selection for Army Musical Outreach.


Campbell has released different albums under her solo name, Corrin Campbell & the Election, Dash | Ten, and PRYM from 2007 to present. She has stated all music in the future will be released under her solo name and that she is in the process of releasing her Greatest Hits album.


From 2004 to 2005, she deployed with the 1st Cavalry Division to Baghdad in Operation Iraqi Freedom II. As a lead singer of the rock group, band leader of the jazz combo, and bass player of the Latin band, nearly every day contained a musical mission. Most days consisted of travel by Blackhawk to entertain soldiers across Iraq. She was featured at many high-profile shows, including the farewell parties of General Ricardo Sanchez and Ambassador Paul Bremer. She also met and opened for Robin Williams, Ted Nugent and Toby Keith when their USO tours came through Baghdad.


In addition to regular bandsman duties, she also participated in the 2003 U.S. Army Soldier Show: a 90-minute live musical review showcasing active duty soldiers. The show assembled in six weeks and then toured for 7 months in the continental United States, Cuba, and portions of Korea. Crowds would range from 100 to 13,000 people. During this time she was featured in promotional TV and radio interviews while on tour, and also performed behind Wynonna Judd at the 2003 Army Birthday Ball.

She graduated from Full Sail University and lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Campbell has been connected to Paramore lead vocalist Hayley Williams. In 2003, they met through a shared vocal coach and William's Twitter account as also identified her as a friend.


Corrin Campbell (born October 12, 1988) is a vocalist, bassist, songwriter, and entrepreneur. Corrin was an active-duty soldier in the United States Army, stationed with United States Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, KY from 2011 to 2017. Campbell was the only original music artist to be endorsed by a branch of the military. She is also a Co-Founder and the Director of Growth at Indepreneur.