At the ripe age of 14, musician Christian Williams made the decision to make rock the prime directive of his life. Finally realizing his genetically granted ability to sing, Williams arose from the drums and stepped forward as a songwriter. While his guitar riffs are influenced by rock icons Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, and George Harrison with a sound likened to that of Muse, Soundgarden, and Radiohead, Williams’s lyrics are compiled within his own mind, un-shifted by outside influence. Although a robust singer, guitarist, and songwriter, Williams knew that his conquest would not prevail without the aide of a rhythm section.
Longtime classical instrument performer Rowdy Bossard was a good friend of Williams's but not a first pick for new bassist. They had met in freshman English in high school but had never actually played music with each other. In the first minutes of the audition, Rowdy and Christian discovered an instant and vital bond. Bossard quickly developed a bold bass tone and style, derived from classic and modern bands such as the Queens of the Stone Age, Jethro Tull, and Beck. Bossard's tenacious dedication and ambitious attitude became the final elements of Williams's band.