Jeff Triece 5/22/69 Position: Guitar32 years, bass guitar - 15 years. Jeff loves Jackson guitars and Marshall/Mesa amps, Fender bass guitars and Ampeg amps! Triece has had a prominent career in his earlier days playing New Renaissance Records Artist Denial with the album Antichrist President in 1991 (with a recent release of No Comment this year for Heaven & Hell Records,) and PC Music Recording Artist Method 51 with their self-titled album in 1997. Jeff sites his two main influences as Iron Maiden and Gary Moore. Iron Maiden’s appeal comes from their strong song structure. Gary Moore is more to do with the fact of his style, composition and singing while playing guitar is very impressive. He feels that No Power No Crown for him is don't give anything negative the power to control you. Be controlled by the force of good. Be peace or be prepared for the consequences is his take on the bands motto Be peace…or else. Yet another vote goes to Generation Axx Man as a band pleaser. He feels it portrays how child discipline has changed over the years and the consequences we are facing because of it. In his spare time/off time from the band he does design, installation and maintains landscapes. He operates machinery on the job and the farm. He’s also proud of the fact that the band record bands at their very own studio, Fithman Studio. He says it’s his my favorite. Steve called a mutual friend of theirs to get in touch with the offer the try out. He went down and really dug the musical direction and the studio as well. After that it was pretty much a done deal and another brother was added to the family. Fun is the key, Jeff states, and to always have a good time making music. Like Steve Jeff has two kids, and the best wife in the world. He is also a cancer survivor, and we in the NPNC family are immensely happy about that.