Before he joined up with guitarist Jason Daunt to create Flaw in 1996, Chris Volz spent a lot of his childhood in turmoil. Orphaned and adopted at age group two, his lifestyle took a convert for the worse a decade afterwards when his mom, an opera vocalist who acquired instilled a like of music into her kid, dedicated suicide. Though he received specialized help, he also discovered solace in hard rock and roll and soft medications. After being delivered to a armed forces school, that he ran apart, and a medication rehabilitation medical clinic, where he was out of place and that he also escaped, Volz was ultimately able to go away once and for all at age group 17 to be able to pursue music. In Louisville, KY, he discovered another members who ultimately become Flaw, and who he’d record several albums with before they split up in 2004. Immediately after that, nevertheless, Volz became a member of with another alt-metal Louisville group, Five.Bolt.Primary, which released a single studio disk before disbanding in early 2007. Volz after that used this possibility to began focus on his debut single disk, Redemption, which continuing within the metallic vein but additionally added poppier affects, and arrived in September of this year.