Mid-2006, the band toured Australia in a lineup which included Hatebreed, Disturbed and Korn
Their first single, "Wasteland" spent over 12 months on the Rock charts, finally reaching #1 at Active Rock in December 2005. In mid February 2006, "Wasteland" reached #1 on both Alternative and Billboard Modern Rock charts. Their first two singles, Through the Iris and Wasteland, have been certified Gold by the RIAA.
Their first music video, "Wasteland", addresses the social problem of human rights as well as addiction around the world. The video received a nomination for Best Direction and Best Art Direction at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards, but failed to win either award.
On March 27, an EP was released on iTunes containing acoustic versions of "Wasteland" and other tracks from their debut album The Autumn Effect.
On November 19, 10 Years unveiled and confirmed the title "Division" for their upcoming album on their MySpace Friend Status. 
On May 21, 2007 a demo song titled "All Your Lies" from their upcoming album was released onto their MySpace along with a post stating the band had chosen producer Rick Parasher to produce the new album. On September 7, the band announced on their MySpace that the album was finished and would be released in 2008, following a tours with Dir en grey, Sevendust, Operator, Thousand Foot Krutch and Chevelle.
On January 29, 2008, "Beautiful," the new single from Division, was released to iTunes and a snippet was also posted on the band's MySpace page.
10 Years was featured on the Revolution Stage of Linkin Park's summer Project Revolution 2008 tour in the summer of 2008.
Division was released on May 13, 2008.
They are now on tour with Mudvayne until mid December of 2008.
Brian recently announced on their Myspace that they have already been gathering song ideas for a new album, but would not start writing and recording for a while yet. He also announced that the new material would be their heaviest.