-

Band Members:

  • Patrick St. Michael (lead vocals & guitar) 
  • Jeff Vitolo (guitars & vocals)
  • Vinnie Granese (bass & vocals)
  • Jimmy Slevin (drums & vocals)

Years Active:
  • 1985 - 1990

Band Members:
  • Patrick St. Michael - lead vocals & rhythm guitar (1985 - 1990)
  • Jeff Vitolo - lead guitar & vocals (1985 - 1990)
  • Rob Wilkerson - bass & vocals (1985 - 1986)
  • Michael Allen - bass & vocals (1986 - 1988)
  • Vinnie Granese - bass & vocals (1988 - 1990)
  • Bobby Dee - drums (1985 - 1986)
  • Jimmy Slevin - drums & vocals (1986 - 1990)
-
-

Intice was formed in Tampa, FL in 1985 with Patrick ST. Michael (lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Jeff Vitolo (lead guitar/vocals), Rob Wilkerson (bass/vocals), & Bobby Dee (drums). From the start they were playing all over town and went right to work recording their own material at Tampa Bay's Morrisound Studios with Jim Morris (Warrant, Seven Mary Three, Savatage, Crimson Glory, Saigon Kick) mixing and producing. Within one year of coming together, Intice started opening for bands like Steppenwolf, Foghat, Johnny Van Zant, Head East, Savatage and more. The band started passing out underground mix tapes & demos and cultivated a loyal local following. By 1986 Micheal Allen joined on bass/vocals and Jimmy Sleven joined on drums. Bowling over audiences with their hard hitting original rock 'n roll, Intice developed a dedicated regional following and played some great shows all over the southeastern United States. By 1988 Vinnie Granese joined on bass/vocals and Intice started enjoying steady touring success opening for countless national acts. With a solid line up, the band returned to the studio with Jim Morris to record their debut CD in time to take it to the 1989 Foundations Forum in Los Angeles. A distribution deal was found with two companies and shortly after, Intice released their debut album Taste the Night on Nite Train Records International. More shows were done with up and coming acts like Babylon A.D. and Tora Tora. Major airplay was also gained on the national Z-Rock Radio Network. Sadly, by the early 90's, Intice split up.

In 2013, Intice independently released their early recordings from '1985-'87" entitled "Back in the Day". The album also features two of the last song recorded by Intice in 1990.

Fast forward to 2016...October 2016
Intice gets two songs in the action/thriller movie Vicious Thunder
and also appears on the movie's official soundtrack. October 2016 INTICE signs a new record deal with California based label  Demon Doll Records to re-release their entire catalog on one 19 song CD called The Legacy. 2017 will mark 32 years that the music Intice made together still lives on.
-
-
-

 Intice

(1987)

Taste The Night

(1989)

Back in the Day

(2013)

The Legacy (2016)

Rock Doll Records

-
-
Click photo thumbnail to enlarge:
-

-

"Taste The Night"

Taste The Night 

-
-
Make a Free Website with Yola.