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St. Louis based, ARYTHMA, writes hard charging, highly compelling rock music that has been compared to the likes of Staind, Chevelle and Breaking Benjamin. ARYTHMA draws in listeners with complimentary cleans and passionate melodies that absolutely mesmerize, and then nearly violates them with crushing breaks, searing solos, and in-your-face vocals that leave everyone wanting MORE. In late 2006, ARYTHMA's high energy instantly made an impact on St. Louis’ live music scene with the hard rock perfection of songs like "Void" and “Breathe”. Fans, however, could not ignore the lyrical content of heavy, ballads like “Innocence” that command the respect and attention of any crowd. In 2007, ARYTHMA recorded and released "18 Minutes" EP. Since recording, ARYTHMA has had the pleasure of performing at notable St. Louis venues such as Pop's, Cicero's and Cruisin' 66. ARYTHMA also accepted an invitation to play Pointfest 20 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis with the likes of Papa Roach, Flyleaf, and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. ARYTHMA has been featured live on St. Louis' 105.7 KPNT, and, more often, on the internet radio station, Riverfront Radio. ARYTHMA is also featured in an upcoming independent documentary film entitled "Bar Chord Harvest". The film is slated for a Summer 2008 release. Most recently, ARYTHMA accepted an invitation to play i-FEST 2008 at the St. Charles Family Arena featuring a line-up of 12 Independent Artists from the St. Louis region currently featured on iChannel.fm and the iChannel HD Radio Network. ARYTHMA is currently in pre-production on a full length album, slated for release in Fall 2008, which will feature top hits "Wake Up" and "Teach Us". Whether live performance or broadcast, ARYTHMA is able to reach out and capture an audience with an undeniable energy that keeps them coming back for MORE. Arythma is: Chad - Lead Vocals Brian - Drums Josh - Bass / Vocals Jordan - Guitar Mike - Guitar / Vocals Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.