Sin Theorem was formed in Lansing, MI by drummer Ronnie Lee Graham in 2005, after the demise of his Phoenix, AZ based band, The Anvil Chorus, who enjoyed success on the West Coast in the late 90’s. After moving back home to Lansing, Graham went about finding like minded people to help shape a new sound. Through a succession of musicians a solid band was formed with the goal of success in the national metal scene. Vocalist Chad Miller joined early on along with guitarist Tony Massey, followed by bassist Pete Meyers and finally guitarist Alex Diesel.
From constant gigging through out the Midwest, Sin Theorem have built a strong underground following. Fans that helped the band win a Grand Rapids, MI based battle of the bands at The Intersection. With the momentum built from the win over 23 other Michigan based bands, Sin Theorem were able to release their well received EP “Immaculate Deception” in September 2010 to a packed house at The Intersection. That was followed by the bands first 2 week tour into the Deep South & back. “We have played a lot of three day weekends since the band formed, but the experience of extended touring only fueled us to make our original goal of national recognition a reality” says vocalist Chad Miller.
Now in 2011, The band is keeping up a rigorous show schedule and preparing to record their next album in late summer. “We have another EP’s worth of songs roughed out now, but we want to write a little more & hopefully have a full length ready in August. Also, we want to polish the songs through out the summer mixing them in live to gage the fans response” says guitarist Tony Massey.
Sin Theorem have opened for bands like Devil Driver, Sevendust, All That Remains,HateBreed,Mushroomhead, Hed (PE), Soulfly, Zeke, Cannibal Corpse, Motograter and many more all over the Midwest. Guitarist Alex Diesel comments, “It’s cool when bands that you have listened to for years come up after you’ve played and say they liked what we are doing. Hopefully it means we are headed in the right direction.”
The band has also enlisted the help of a booking agent and a band manager to really help them push for the next step. With the state of the recording industry now, Sin Theorem have no illusions of “Making It” the traditional way. “We have worked hard for every fan we have and we will continue to gain fans every where we go. We will continue forward with the same determination anywhere there is a stage” states bassist Pete Meyers sharply. Fans and press alike have taken notice of Sin Theorem’s freight training forward progress stating, “Sin Theorem is the real deal, with songs that blast out machine-gun riffing metal rhythms.” Anne Erickson – Noise Magazine. With comments like that the band is ready for whatever the future may bring.