Taylor Holland Armstrong - vocals
Kevin Fyfe - guitar
Matt Pauling - guitar
Jacob Ortiz - bass
Jeff Veta - drums
" .........Blasting into the world of heart felt, powerful rock and roll The Confession is a band with a war to win. in a time where the term "heavy music" has become so ambiguous the themes of rock and roll have faded to genre titles like metalcore and post hardcore, these musicians drive like a demonic horde to construct a new standard for fans of true metal and hard rock. Setting out to create a sound that cannot be labeled and simply filed away. A band that is thirsty for the road and to recruit anyone willing to stand up to the confusion of metal and hard rock trends of today.
With a true sense of dilligence and professionalism rarely seen an any bands, The confession has catapulted themselves into full touring status only one year after their inception. The charging force created by the band as a whole is undeniably inspiring to any hard rock fan. The screaming guitars lay down emotional leads that convey a window into the spiritual side of the band and me! tal music. Crisp, clean, energetic drums pound the listenier into amazement and coupled with the bass and rhythm guitar laying the foundation it is hard to fight the sense of respect any fan of metal has for The Confession. Topped off with a vocal style that draws influences from both hard rock bands like the Doors, Journey, and Velvet Revolver, and true metal bands such as in flames, sentenced, and Children of Bodom. An equation that translates to a live stage performance that all serious fans of heavy music have been waiting for.
The Confession strives to be the beacon, the lighthouse in a sea of darnkess that is heavy music today. To clear up once and for all what heavy music should be about, THE MUSIC! a confession is a delcaration of ones beliefs, and this is the bands declaration to all metal fans out there. They are coming, and they are looking for your help to create the most chaotic, stunning, true metal show filled with participation and a true ! sense of belonging to heavy music...."