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Invisible Image has taken the roots of hard rock and blended them with their heavier metal influences to create a sound that is both fierce and harmonious.
Invisible Image has taken the roots of hard rock and blended them with their heavier metal influences to create a sound that is both fierce and harmonious.
Band/artist history
Pouring raw, unbridled energy into the songs they write and the performances thereof, these five Florida boys bring a message of hope that captivates audiences, and leaves them glowing well after the show has ended. Invisible Image's music is packed with polished emotion and intensity, and delivered in a mature, yet hard-hitting manner, sure to speak to the youth of today. Invisible Image has taken the roots of hard rock and blended them with their heavier metal influences to create a sound that is both fierce and harmonious. Think: Chevelle meets Killswitch Engage. R.E.M. once said, "Everybody hurts." Invisible Image has taken the task of bringing Light to a dark world through their inspired music. They want to show people that, even though pain will always be present, there is a man, the Creator, who cares for them and wants to ease their pain. With the power of God backing them, the band believes that nothing can stand in their way. Invisible Image began in 2002, when lead vocalist Jason Burns answered an ad placed at a local music store by lead guitarist Daniel Bozman. Several lineup changes, shows played, and CDs sold, the band has been restored, reworked, and rejuvenated, making them better than ever before. Jason and Daniel, along with Michael Smith on guitar, Tom Paull on drums, and Josh Edilla on bass, are prepared to bring a message of hope the world leaving shock waves for years to come.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
We play live all the time, all over the place. Of course we love it.
Your musical influences
Hard rock, metal, Skillet, Pillar, Disciple, Chevelle, Project 86, Staple, Killswitch Engage, Demon Hunter, System of a Down
What equipment do you use?
Sennheiser mics, Shure mics, PRS guitars, Samick guitars, Ibanez basses, Mapex drums, Zildjan cymbals, D'Addario strings, Earny Ball strings, Vic Firth sticks, Dunlop pics
Anything else?
Hope you dig our music. Check out www.invisibleimage.net! Thanks!
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