"The music industry is evolving, but Unveil the Strength is pushing back on the acceptance of mediocrity. What became the defining characteristic of hard rock and metal – passionate musicians who wrote meaningful lyrics and composed their own music – is now being replaced by whiny, uninspired performers who complain about their girlfriends or their disdain for everyday life." -Bryan Joe Corder

"The music industry is evolving, but Unveil the Strength is pushing back on the acceptance of mediocrity. What became the defining characteristic of hard rock and metal – passionate musicians who wrote meaningful lyrics and composed their own music – is now being replaced by whiny, uninspired performers who complain about their girlfriends or their disdain for everyday life." -Bryan Joe Corder

"Mark sings from his life experiences. A U.S. Marine veteran. He sings from his knowledge of the world as he has seen it. From the battlefield to living as a homeless Veteran for over 2 years on the streets of Southern California. He has an experienced “lived in” life that has given him a perspective that you only get through experience." Matt Snell

"Mark sings from his life experiences. A U.S. Marine veteran. He sings from his knowledge of the world as he has seen it. From the battlefield to living as a homeless Veteran for over 2 years on the streets of Southern California. He has an experienced “lived in” life that has given him a perspective that you only get through experience." Matt Snell

How would you categorize the style of UtS? " UTS would be Heavy riffs, big vocals hooks, lots of chants for crowd participation, ripping solos, melody and trying to find away for all of the heavy metal separatists to come together and get in the pit"  -Mark Wölfe

How would you categorize the style of UtS? " UTS would be Heavy riffs, big vocals hooks, lots of chants for crowd participation, ripping solos, melody and trying to find away for all of the heavy metal separatists to come together and get in the pit" -Mark Wölfe