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Formed in early 2004, Voices of Extreme (VOX) started out as a hard rock/power metal band formed by childhood friends Don Chaffin and Bob Brennan. stated, "V.O.X. is an up-and-coming band which has caught the interest of top industry players like Nicko McBrain (IRON MAIDEN)..."[2] In early 2004, VOX announced their new album release titled "Hypocrite", produced by Dan Spitz of Anthrax. Ruben Mosqueda stated in his review, "Hypocrite is considered somewhat of an undiscovered gem and was produced by former Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz." [3]As stated by target audience magazine, "Voices of Extreme has had an interesting career since their beginning. Their first album, Hypocrisy, was released in 2005 and was a major hit....Recently, I had the chance to interview Don Chaffin about V.O.X.’s career and the release of their new CD." [4] In 2013, SmashMouth Records took on Voices of Extreme and released their album “Break The Silence” on November 1, 2013. Metal underground stated "Break the Silence is a culmination of the band’s collective influences and various individual styles, and is a direct outreach to the fans who have come to love and support our music and live performances!”.[5]

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VOX members: lead vocalist Don Chaffin, bassist Bob Brennan. VOX has shared the stage with many well-known acts such as Godsmack, Disturbed, Alice in Chains, Buckcherry, Dropkick Murphys, and many more.

Don Chaffin toured the U.S. with guitarist Dan Spitz and Red Lamb as the lead vocalist.

Bob Brennan started his music career in Florida. In the early stages, Bob co-wrote music on "The Early Years," a Van Halen DVD documentary.


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