Joey Eppard plays an ovation with his fingers using a mix of flamenco and bass techniques, the kind of skill that gives you the ability to break someone's nose with a flick, and always does something different with the vocals.
Billy Riker got B.C. Rich guitars for free (that makes it okay even though b.c. rich has the worst quality on the market and are just for showing off) and isn't the best lead guitar ever but is just enough to fill around Joey. He used to wear a jedi vest to the concerts, that's an extra point.
Daniel something is the bass player and no one cares about him.
Chris Gartmann plays the main drums and makes funny faces so you can laugh when you pause the video on him, he also does some of the backing vocals.
Joe Stote is a bald guy and to me the coolest in the band, plays percussion and keyboard. You'd think it would be overkill to have two drummers but it just adds to the awesomeness of 3 like detailing a drawing, something extra that makes a difference. He also has a drum fight with Gartmann right before Amaze Disgrace.
It's an Experimental Progressive Rock Band that came all the way from pop rock to heavy metal
The first album Paint by Number is the simplest and funkiest, not as much of the finger technique was used but it's still very enjoyable.
And the best way to enjoy it is watching the full concert and actually seeing all that is happening in the songs.
The End is Begun goes from a more classic hard rock sound to the more common heavy metal. Even when forcing a new style the quality remains and the theme is very close to Wake Pig's.
worthy of the Commando Award and a box of Green Beret Cereal