Pat Floyd
Lead Guitarist

Pat was born in Bangor Maine. He Studied String Bass at the University of Maine, while a freshman at Brewer Academy. He co-founded the band Auntie Em and played throughout the state from 1982-1987. A move to New York was in where he and studied guitar in Manhattan with Eddie Ojeda (Twisted Sister) and Pat Thrall (Pat Travers Band, Asia, and Meatloaf). He co-wrote and released the song "Nowhere Man" which was used in the independent film "Rednex". The Fragile Ex Cd, "Eat a Beat" released in 2001 was distributed by Crest Records in Lansing Michigan.Pat has opened for acts such as Verticle Horizon, Jackyl, Non Point, and Buck Cherry.




Robert VeraCruz (Cruize)
Lead Singer

Cruize is a local musician hailing from Daytona Beach. He has worked in the musical field as a singer, DJ, pianist, keyboardist, and guitarist.
His previous bands include Sinister, Violent Obsession, and Lethal Reign.

Marco Porco

Marco has been a drummer for over thirty years. He's been involved in many facets of the music industry including touring, recording, radio, film and magazines. As a versatile drummer, Marco has played with bands of many genres ranging from metal to jazz. Marco's style doesn't emulate a particular person, but a mixture of the many drummers he's observed over the years.


Doug Driscoll (Sluggo)

From the moment Doug saw Gene Simmons playing bass, he knew that was what he wanted to do.  That was 1977.  Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Doug grew up on the Sunset Strip during the height of the hair metal days.  His love for bass was only cemented after witnessing amazing performances (in small, half empty clubs) from the likes of Blackie Lawless of W.A.S.P. (he played bass back then), Rudy Sarzo and Nikki Sixx. His absolute favorite bass player is Sabbath's Geezer Butler, followed by John Entwistle, Paul McCartney, Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, and Stanley Clarke. His enthusiasm for the bass provides an exceptional component of the Jezabel's Tattoo rhythm section.

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