Mark Boals is noted most for his work with Yngwie J. Malmsteen. As a young child he learned to play the piano and bass guitar, but he is best known for his singing abilities: Mark is known as a master of the A above high C (A5) note, which he hits in many songs, but has additionally spanned high range up to the C# above soprano C (C#6) and low range down to the D above low C (D2). Boals is the fou...(tharr be more)nder and vocalist for the band Ring of Fire and serves as the vocalist of Danish neoclassical/progressive metal act Royal Hunt and the US progressive band Seven the Hardway.
Ango Chen is an established guitar player from Taiwan and has collaborated with musicians like Mike Vescera (Ex.-Yngwie Malmsteen, Joe Stump, Loudness vocalist) and more. He is the founder of his band named Holy Force.
MikeLePond started playing bass at the age of 13. He played in numerous unknown bands until 1999 when he became a member of Symphony X. Since his acceptance into the band, he has appeared on the following SYMX releases: "The New Mythology Suite", "Live on the Edge of Forever", "The Odyssey", and the current "Paradise Lost". Mike has also worked with other bands such as Seven Witches, Operatika, Chakrah, Architect, and Daniel Fries. As One of the most well known bassists in the progressive metal scene today, Mike continues to receive numerous accolades for his fast, furious, yet precise playing style.
Kenny (Rhino) Earl grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, the country music capital of the world, but knew early on that Heavy Metal was in his blood. Hitting the drums at the early age of 9, the self taught double bass powerhouse spent hours playing along to all his favorite Heavy Metal albums. He spent years playing the local club scene and it was here that Manowar discovered him in 1989 playing with his band Arch Angel. Impressed with his double bass, timing and speed, he was asked to join Manowar, and in 1991 recorded "The Triumph of Steel" album with them, their best selling album to date. Touring Europe multiple times and Japan between 1992-1995. Rhino left Manowar in 1995 to pursue personal interests and he returned to Nashville. For the next 10 years he wrote, recorded and cataloged his music. He continued to play his drums with various local bands. In 2005, Holyhell was formed and the band recored their EP and did a tour throughout the US, which included such venues as BB King’s and House Of Blues. In 2008, Rhino rejoined Manowar for their 25th anniversary tour, which included a record breaking non-stop 5 1/2 hour show in Bulgaria. Wanting to do more creatively, in 2007 Rhino decided to form Angels of Babylon, and with the release of the debut album "Kingdom of Evil" in 2010, he is off to a great start.