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  • Type mp3 | Uploaded Fri, 03 Jan 2014 00:02:05 +0000
  • File size 551.96 Kylobytes | Track # 2
  • Year 2006 | Album Ten Dead Days
  • Genre Metal | Comments

    Another old clip from an old thrash band that I was in

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SEEKING

Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Keyboard.

ABOUT

I am a guitar tutor and college lecturer in music. I play all kinds of styles but mostly get hired for rock and metal (it must be the hair).

I have toured interenationally.

My most recent session work was playing guitar for 2 months in America with NWOBHM legends Clovenhoof.


I also do session work, both live and studio - my last studio session was playing guitar on the sound track to a film called Mahi NRI which got added to netflix earlier this year.

I am looking currently looking for bassist and singer for a metal project. Having access to a DAW at home would be beneficial as demos are created and sent to each other online. However I do have a home studio. The current state of the band demos are on my profile to listen to so please see if you like the music before hand! (these are in unmixed states).

I love blues, jazz, metal and rock music and I am open to joining anything of these styles. I would also consider joining cover or function bands.

Screen name:
ibanez94
Member since:
Dec 29 2008
Active within 2 weeks
Level of commitment:
Touring
Years playing music:
20
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week
Most available:
Nights

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Advanced
Lead Guitar:
Advanced
Acoustic Guitar:
Advanced

EQUIPMENT

PRS s2 Hollowbody, ENGL Powerball, Laney IRT Studio, LTD EC407 (7string), Fender modern player series telecaster, Schecter c1 classic, Ibanez Ergodyne, Jackson RR3 (Seymour duncan Blackouts), Modded Epiphone les paul with Seymour Duncan jazz and 56 jb pickups.