A creature with the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. The attitude of this pack is very clean and present, and works well to clean up an otherwise muddy sounding chain. Instead of power, we believe that this pack carries a sense of elegance, so we named it Griffin.
The mythical creature from the Greek pantheon with the head of a bull and the body of a man. The Minotaur resided in the center of Daedalus’ labyrinth and would devour children from nearby cities who were given to him as offerings, so that he would not terrorize their homes. This pack glows with raw uncontrolled power, and so it is named Minotaur.
A giant wolf in Norse mythology whose home was the frozen Norwegian mountains. Fenris would often venture to the cities and villages below to feed on human flesh, his favorite meal. The name was chosen because the attitude of this pack is cold and violent.
The Greek guardian of the underworld, and Hades’ personal watchdog. With its three heads, it allowed dead spirits into the underworld, while allowing none to get out. It is said that each of its heads sees either the Past, Present, or Future. It fits this pack because it has a certain ‘barking’ quality when playing chords.