ᑊᐦᐃlᐅᓱᑊᐦᕀ, ᑌᐨᓄlᐅgᕀ, ᐊlᐃᐁᐣᐢ, ᐃᐧᐟᐨᐨrᐊfᐟ᙮ jᐅᐣ ᐃᐢ rulᐁd bᕀ ᐟᐦᐁ ᑊlᐊᓀᐟ ᒪrᐢ ᐊᐣd lᐅᐅᐠᐢ ᐊᐟ ᐦᐃᐢ 7 ᐢᐟrᐃᐣg gᐃbᓱᐣ lᐃᑫ ᐊᐣ ᐃᐣᐢᐟruᒣᐣᐟ ᐅf gᐅᐅd bᐊᐟᐟlᐃᐣg ᐁvᐃl, ᐊᐣd ᐱᐨᑭᐣg uᑊ ᐦᐅᐟ ᒋᐨᐠᐢ ᐊᐟ ᐟᐦᐁ ᓴᒣ ᑎᒣ᙮ jᐅᐣ rᐁᑊrᐁᓭᐣᐟᐢ ᐟᐦᐁ ᐁlᐁᒣᐣᐟ fᐃrᐁ ᐊᐣd ᐟᐦᐊᐟ’ᐢ ᐧᐦᐊᐟ ᔪu fᐁᐁl ᐃᐣ ᔪur ᓱul ᐧᐦᐁᐣ ᐦᐁ ᐢlᐊᕀᐢ ᐟᐦᐁ ᐁvᐃl ᐳᑊ ᒧᐣᐢᑌrᐢ ᐃᐧᐟᐦ ᐦᐃᐢ ᐁᐧᐊᐳᐣ ᐅf ᐅᐧᐅd ᐊᐣd ᐢᑌᐁl᙮ jᐅᐣ ᐧrᐃᑌᐢ rᐃffᐢ ᐟᐦᐊᐟ ᒪᑫ ᔪu ᐊᐧᐣᐟ ᑐ ᐱᐨᐠ ᓱᒣᐟᐦᐃᐣg uᑊ ᐊᐣd ᐊᐃr guᐃᑕr ᐟᐦᐁ ᐢᐦ** ᐅuᐟ ᐅf ᐃᐟ, ᐧᐦᐃlᐢᐟ ᐟᐦᐃᐣᑭᐣg ᐅf ᐊll ᐟᐦᐁ gᐃrlᐢ ᐃᐣ ᐟᐦᐁ frᐅᐣᐟ rᐅᐤ᙮ ᐅᐣ ᐊ ᒧrᐁ ᓭrᐃᐅuᐢ ᓄᑌ, jᐅᐣ ᐃᐢ dᐁᐁᑊlᕀ ᒍᒼᒥᐟᑌd ᑐ ᐊᓂᒪl rᐃgᐦᐟᐢ, ᐊbᐅrᐃgᐃᓇl ᒐuᓭᐢ, ᐁᐣvᐃrᐅᐣᒣᐣᑕl ᐃᐢᐢuᐁᐢ ᐊᐣd ᓱluᑎᐅᐣᐢ ᑐ ᓱᒋᐊl ᑊrᐅblᐁᒼᐢ᙮
From the Cree Nation in Koostitak Manitoba, Leon has been involved for many years in the local music scene and played for many bands. He grew up emulating drummers like Philthy Animal Taylor and Peter Chris. Leon has deep roots in his culture and is committed to issues concerning Aboriginal youth.
Andrew Campbell is from the Musqueam Nation. Music lover and collector of thousands of albums, has seen dozens of concerts, absorbed the craft of front men like Axl Rose, Mike Patton, Myles Kennedy, Bruce Dickinson and David Draiman, to create his own style.
Paul started playing the bass in 1994. He was inspired by greats like Rex Brown of Pantera, Cliff Burton of Metallica and Steve Harris of Iron Maiden.