In March 2009, Daughtry wrote on the band’s official website that the second album is ready to be released. Four months later, Leave This Town came out. It featured 14 new songs. The album topped Billboard 200 and sold almost 270,000 copies just a week after the release.
In 2010, the band suffered another lineup change. Joey Barnes left the band. He was replaced by Robin Diaz. The same year, the group released an EP Leave This Town: The B-Sides. It contained bonus tracks from the previous LP.
The third album Break the Spell was released in 2011. It debuted on the 8th spot of Billboard 200 and sold 129,000 copies. By 2014, the number reached over 500,000 copies.
In 2012, the band reported another lineup change. Josh Paul decided to leave the band. He said that it was a tough decision and called the band members his brothers.
In 2013, Chris wrote on Twitter that the band started working on their fourth album without Josh. Surprisingly enough, Josh came back to the band in May.
In October 2013, the band released a promotional single "Long Live Rock and Roll", which appeared on iTunes. The LP Baptized came out in November.
In 2014, Robin Diaz left the band.
In 2016, the group released a compilation album It's Not Over...The Hits So Far, which included singles from studio albums and two new songs.
Right now, the band is working on their fifth album. However, the rumor has it that the group is going through a creative crisis. The release is planned for 2018.