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OriginMetro Detroit, Michigan
GenresRock, Melodic Metal
Years active2021 - present
MembersNathan Schneider, Jay Guillo, Unknown
Hyperiff Members, 2021

Hyperiff is an American rock and melodic metal band[1] [2]from metro Detroit, Michigan, formed officially in 2021. The band's current line-up consists of singer/guitarist Jay Guillo, singer/pianist Unknown, and drummer/bassist Nathan Schneider.

Hyperiff is defined by a diversity of sounds and a demanding stage presence. They are set apart from other bands with their focus on duet-style vocals, which allow both singing members to perform to their strengths. Their female member, Unknown, further sets them apart with her artistic decision to keep her own identity a mystery, adding a layer of drama and intrigue to their on-stage performances.


Prior to their tenure as Hyperiff, founding members Jay Guillo and Nathan Schneider formed the band Men of Ash, a political rock band. However, once they evolved in their artistic style and added a third contributing member to their music the group decided to form Hyperiff.


The band has at the time of this writing released one single, Simple Dreams[3], to be featured on their upcoming album set to release in spring 2022.


Members of Hyperiff claim musical inspiration from all genres[4], each member having slightly different tastes than the other. They believe this contributes to a unique and diverse sound in their work. Some inspirations they name are: Black Sabbath, Rise Against, Avenged Sevenfold, The Beatles, Bon Jovi, Megadeth, Modest Mouse, Metallica, The White Stripes, Brand New, Pink Floyd, Eagles, Tenacious D, and Gorrilaz. These inspiratins are a few among hundreds.

Band Members[edit]

Jay Guillo - Lead vocals, guitar, bass (2021-present)

Nathan Schneider - Drums, percussion, bass (2021-present)

Serana Slade - Lead vocals, keyboard (2021-present)


  1. "About".
  2. "HYPERIFF – New single – Simple Dreams". 4 November 2021.
  3. "Simple Dreams". Spotify.
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