Serillian Serillian aim to give people something few metal bands do. That's fast, heavy music with discernable riffs, technical solos, and non Tinkerbell vocals.
The band formed in August 2005. Dan and Simon Jackon first formed
the band along with long term friend Adam Rhodes. Saxon Clements
then came along to play bass.
The band have been playing for two years, and after winning first place in a Great Yarmouth’s Lock and Load Battle of the Bands the band decided that they should include an additional guitarist.
The new guitarist in the band was Tim Frost who the band chose to add the extra riffing and harmonies. The first song featuring Tim was called “ Cybercide” and the band thought it was a wise decision.
Adam Rhodes quite the band after deciding he didn’t really want to play anymore, Scotty K stepped in who used to front the band Heaven Denies. The band liked Scotty K as his vocal style reflecting those from “Ripper Owens” gave the band a new persona.
Daniel Jackson is the lead guitarist in Serillian.
His influences are: Zakk Wylde, Micheal Angelo and Batio.
The equipment he uses are a Marshall Mode Four Full Stack, BC Rich Nj-V with EMG pick ups and Floyd Rose strings, schecter hellraiser C-1 FR with Ernie Ball strings, Sampson AP1 Wireless, Planet Waves Cables, Jim Dunlop Pics, Korg GA-30 Tuner.
Scotty K is the vocalist in the band.
He originally wanted to be a drummer, however was more attracted toward the excitement of being up front singing.
His biggest influence is Tim “ripper” Owens, the ex-Judaist priest singer.
The equipment he uses is an audio technica wireless microphone
Saxon is the bassist and back vocals for the band
He began playing the bass in 2004, and has been in several bands, however Serillian is where he feels right.
His influences are Cliff Burton and Jason Newstead.