The origins of instrumental rock group Level the Summit day to 2004, when guitarists Chris Letchford and Travis LeVrier met as students in the Los Angeles Music artists Institute, then arrived to connection with fellow scholar and drummer Pat Skeffington, before completing their lineup with bassist Jordan Eberhardt almost a year later. 2 yrs of rehearsal and sonic self-discovery adopted until, by the end of 2006, all the music artists relocated to Letchford’s hometown of Houston, Tx and completed sculpting their remarkably technical make of “experience metal,” because they like to contact it, for launch on the self-financed debut recording, immodestly called Monument. Works out their self-confidence was mainly justified from the amazing amalgam of intensifying exploration (believe Cynic, Dream Theatre, Kong) and sheer virtuosity (similar to instrumental acoustic guitar heroes like Joe Satriani and Steve Vai), and it wasn’t a long time before Level the Summit had been accumulating accolades from a number of the world’s esteemed heavy metal publications. This also gained them a agreement with L.A.’s Prosthetic Information, and a go back to the studio room for the saving from the group’s eagerly expected sophomore recording, Carving Desert Canyons, that was released in the beginning of 2009. The music group came back in 2011 using its third recording of technical electric guitar wizardry, The Collective, accompanied by The Migration (2013) and their aptly-named 5th studio room outing, V (2015).