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    Environment: When it comes to the state of the music industry today, you see the same thing over and over-originality is a lost element in the mainstream world. Its all about what can be packaged and what can be sold. A look at the artists lyrics shows a lack of creativity and abounds with stories and similes that you've heard a million times before. There are bands, however, that follow a different suit-writing lyrics with complex metaphors, and about issues that relate to what that artist truly believes. Silas, a four-piece alternative power rock group from Gainesville, Georgia, is a group trying to bring a sense of musicianship and lyrical artistry to the table of mainstream music. Getting their start 2 years ago in the spring of 2003, they bore the name Red Letter-a name meaning that the words they had to say were worth remembering. The line up included Jeremy Daniels on guitar and vocals, Jonathan Kiningham also on guitar and vocals, Samuel Holcomb on bass, and Daniel Johnson on drums. They played several local shows with their original line-up, including a show at Six Flags over Georgia, and a victory in their high school Battle of the Bands. They also recorded a five song release in a small studio. In late winter 2004, a new addition occurred when new drummer, Will Clark joined the band. He added a highly technical style of drumming included with a crazy stage show. The group toured the East Coast and Mid-west with the Extreme Tour in the Summer of 2004, which was an excellent opportunity to befriend new bands and enhance their live shows, which were beginning to captivate new audiences and bring in more fans. The group changed their name to Silas in the late winter of 2005. They have been asked to once again join the Extreme Tour for a two month tour of the West Coast and South Western region. After playing a record showcase in Tallahassee, the group has been negotiating a contract with an independent label, as well as discussing recording a new CD with an excellent prod
    Additional Comments: Alternative, Emo, Screamo
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