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Broken Silence, Chris Ryals Band, Blood Bath and Beyond

Broken Silence

Chris Ryals Band

Blood Bath and Beyond

Sat, December 29, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$6.00 - $8.00

SHOW DETAILS

• 18 OR OVER

• NO SMOKING inside the venue.

• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!

• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door

• All ticket sales are Non-Refundable unless the show is cancelled

Broken Silence
Broken Silence
Gainesville Natives, Broken Silence was founded in January 2015 By Israel Rosario alongside Co-founder Steve MacDonald.
Broken Silences meshes a number of versatile styles into their main concentrated alternative metal roots.

Rosario First started playing and writing when he was 16 years old. Quickly becoming more and more open minded with other views on music, Rosario implemented several different styles to his song writing, this lead to his songs being more suited to play as both acoustic as well as becoming completely transformed with a band who was serious about how music and everything involved in the industry today. Vocalist and guitarist Israel Rosario, brings 3 different vocal styles to the table, from melodic vocals to deep and powerful guttural screams, as well as stretching along his tense passion for open verse Linkin park-esq rap style vocals. Structurally Rosario moves his songs with several different themes in mind, from beautifully ambient and soulful, which balances out with the furious side of the souring, furious and crunchy side of his playing style. Through several failed attempts with bands in the past, Rosario still captured what he learned from those bands and brought what he experienced, good and bad to Broken Silence.

Drummer Steve MacDonald brings nothing less than a dynamic and dexterous playing style to his drumming. As a drummer Steven sets the pace beautifully for broken silence adding in a wonderful co-writing ability to the team, throwing several elements of his drumming style into the equation. Influenced by several bands, one mostly known as rush, MacDonald also represents part of the vocals for Broken Silence by adding in back up vocals and several beautifully connected harmonies in studio recordings as well as live shows.

Pall Bryin started playing bass in Orlando when he was 18. At 19, he moved to Kentucky where he joined his first band called "the D-2 Band." This is were he originated his foundations of bass playing. touring around parts of Kentucky entertaining a variety of people for 2 yrs, until moving to Indiana. At 24, his time was up and he moved back to Orlando to try his luck. Bryin found a band called "Black Dakhma," which was a Heavy Metal Thrash band ,or Cookie Monster Rock as they called it. They did a number of shows around Central Florida. After jamming around Central Fl. for two yrs, he moved to Ocala. A few yrs. later he joined his first band since moving to Ocala.
Pall brought the stomping and grooving tight bottom end to the dynamic hard rock power-trio in April of 2016.

Broken Silence, Released their Debut EP in March of 2016 which includes four of their most responsive songs
Push pull
Faded sands
Blaming game
Broken
Chris Ryals Band
Chris Ryals Band
A Supergroup with some of Central Florida's most talented musicians. A truly versatile band that plays everything from Rock, Soul, Motown, Blues, Disco, R&B, Pop, and more. Not only with an extensive repertoire of covers, Chris Ryals Band can play original music and feature amazing improv ability.
Blood Bath and Beyond
Blood Bath and Beyond
The members of Blood Bath and Beyond converged onto Jacksonville, Florida in 2015 from all over the USA. Chaz Winter from New York (Vocals) met with Chet Lewis from Texas (Guitar) to discuss creating a band unlike anything currently available to the music enthusiasts of North Florida.

After a long, arduous search, "B3" was officially born in 2016 with the addition of Indiana's Zach Harris (Drums) and New Jersey's Jay Habermas (Guitar). The band quickly exploded in popularity, bringing a unique sound and unconventional stage presence to a local metal scene that had grown increasingly stagnant in prior years, leading to management and sponsorship contracts in 2017.

The band is currently working on a full-length release, as well as expansion into new regional markets.