Brad “B” Arnold – Lead Vocals
Brought up in the old school of rock and metal, Brad developed a unique style by combining old and new school vocal dynamics, and brings that sound to Across The Void. Combining the influences of Geoff Tate, Sebastian Bach, Rob Halford and Bruce Dickinson, along with later influences like Layne Staley, Lajon Witherspoon (Sevendust), Brent Smith (Shinedown), and Benjamin Burnley (Breaking Benjamin), Brad has a sound all his own that you can’t forget. Brad’s enthusiasm is infectious. He is energetic and in your face on stage like a front man should be.
Rob Lambros – Drums
Rob’s precision style of playing drums and raw power is more about playing solid than being flashy. If you watch Rob play you can easily recognize- he is all about the work. Rob delivers the foundation of each song like a well timed thunderstorm. His influences include Eric Singer, Franki Banali, Nicko McBrain, and Tommy Lee. Solid and powerful drumming-with a hint of explosive destruction!
Randy Vaughn – Guitars
Raised on guitar players of “Legend” status, Randy strives to become elite to the standards of his heroes. Precise, catchy, hooks are what Randy brings to the table, modeled after the guitarists he grew up idolizing-Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, George Lynch, Yngwie Malmsteen……..the greats! His unique, riff-oriented style of writing is unmistakable and a key element of Across The Void’s music. His strong powerful hooks and searing lead guitar work are instantly recognizable. In Randy’s words“ My goal is to kick you in the face when you hear me play!”
Jamey Stiehl – Guitar and Backing vocals
Contributing varied guitar textures and strong vocal harmonies, Jamey brings a powerful and integral style to the band. Early band influences were Rush, Iron Maiden, Van Halen and Journey, but he also had broad tastes and influences in guitar work including Randy Rhoads, Alex Lifeson, Allan Holdsworth, and Al Dimeola. Jamey’s unique style of writing adds a melodic and progressive flavor to the band’s overall sound. He models himself to be the best musician he can be and doesn’t get caught up in what anyone else is doing.
Ray Opheikins – Bass and Backing Vocals
Through his subtle nature, quiet demeanor, and quirky sense of humor, Raymond brings many flavorful playing styles to the bands overall sound. With influences like Geddy Lee, Chris Squire, Victor Wooten, and Mark King to name just a few, how could he not have a unique effect on the final product? In addition, his backing vocals are key to achieving multi-part harmonies that most rock bands just can’t pull off in a live performance. He tries to be the best musician he can be and achieve new heights for himself in his playing and singing that compliment the overall sound of the band without being overbearing.