Serving the Industry
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Serving the Industry

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"Audio Asylum"

Saturday night, the last night of my three day binge, I found myself at Sorrentos in Duncannon. Of course this was no mistake. I had planned to go to this particular Serving The Industry show since I first saw this band open for Adrian Blitzer a couple weeks earlier.

Once again, I was not at all disappointed with the band's ability to produce an audio asylum. I expected nothing less, actually. The show was spectacular. Better than the first time I saw them, and they were great that night.

The crowd loved these guys and for good reason. Everyone in the place wanted to hear more. We just couldn't get enough of Serving The Industry. I truly believe this band has the potential to be one of the best this area has seen in a long time. Whether they're performing an original or a cover, Serving The Industry is on point. They even cover Alice In Chains!

The singer is pure perfection vocally. I haven't heard a voice as clear and powerful as his since Eric Heil, of Savage Bliss, reigned vocally in central PA. This guy is destined for all any vocalist could be destined. I guarantee it. He's phenomenal. He does Daughtry better than Daughtry. Imagine that!

Serving The Industry is not a band to be overlooked or underestimated. So when you're planning to go out for some live music, consider Serving The Industry. You won't regret it. - Queen Bee Reviews


Still working on that hot first release.



Serving the Industry is a powerful combination of Alternative, Hard Rock and Metal genres. The music from STI is encompassed by a high energy stage performance and an emotional out pour of truly original music.

Formed in 2001 the band has worked hard in writing original music and finding the right chemistry between band members. After several member changes the band now feels it is at its best. STI continues to have an ever growing fan base and consistently packs each venue they play. The band provides a sense of connectivity between themselves and their fans. With this feeling of closeness with their fans the band is able to relate their thoughts and feelings in their music as well as feed of of the vibe from their audiences.