- John Eightclip - vocals (Right On)
- Duane Harris - guitar (Some Still Believe, Internal Affairs, Foreign Nature)
- Ross Trenary - guitar (Some Still Believe)
- Isaac Fratini - drums (Killing The Dream)
- Dante Campanile - bass (Right On, Foreign Nature, Love, Hope and Fear)
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