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Biography

Note: Missile Silo Suite broke up in early 2006.

Young, attractive, five piece rock band from St. Louis seeks passionate, adventurous listeners for full-on female fronted action, hardcore aural pleasure, and possible long term relationship. Age unimportant. Will travel! With influences ranging from Jawbreaker, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, and Led Zepplin, to Jeff Buckley, Tori Amos, and David Bowie, Missile Silo Suite is creating a sound that is unexpected, sexy, smart, and wickedly rock and roll. Missile Silo Suite's debut full length release, "Holding Pattern," with producers J. Christopher Hughes and Jacob Detering sets the evolving band off to an impressive start. Raw and provocative, melodic guitar interplay by Anthony Spinali and A.D. Thurston, coupled with the agressive lock-tight rhythm section of drummer Jamie Perryman and bassist Christopher Bosslet, and the dynamic power of Sarah Laak's sultry, soaring vocals and insightful lyrics makes the chemistry of MSS undeniable. Their songs deliver enduring hooks that are distinctly radio savvy but won't leave you hating youself in the morning. MSS has just released the EP, "Companion Fare," and is well into the recording process of a second full length album. In addition to the studio work, MSS stays busy with almost constant local and regional live shows and showcases at music conferences and festivals (most recently the MECA conference in Chicago.) Missile Silo Suite also enjoys long walks on the beach, candlelight dinners, and board games by the fire.

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