Exploring rock & roll's sharpest sounds and adjoining to it silvery and melodic features, Silo ends up discovering unknown sound territory for the alternative pop/rock style. In 1992, the band first assembled, using the designation of Blind Roofers. Seth Terrel (vocals), Roman Robbins (guitar), Sam Morton (bass), Andrew Cabe (guitar), and two drummers, Jim Bucek and Mike Malone, embodied the initial set of the Dallas-based band. During the following years, the group played a considerable number of gigs before suffering its first lineup changes. In 1994, Bucek left and was later substituted by Ashley Hansgen, therefore maintaining the peculiar double-drummer formula. Two years later, Morton and Cabe also decided to leave, and Rodney Breyer took over the bass section. AJ Whipple became the band's new leading singer shortly before the team changed its name to Soup Kitchen. In that same year, Adam Henderson stepped in, completing the guitar section. After countless and exciting concerts, the team ultimately resolved to part ways in 1997. It was only in 2000, with a reinvigorated lineup consisting of Breyer, Robbins, Whipple, Coy Galloway (drums), and Aaron Lombardini (guitar), that the Texans ultimately decided to change their name to Secret Silo. After playing numerous thrilling live shows, the new set entered the studio to record Silo's first demo later that year. Still, Silo's lineup was again changed when Galloway and Lombardini left, the first being substituted by Scott Miles. In 2001, Far Beneath, the crew's debut six-song EP, hit the record stores.