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Band to Join, Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist.


Drummer, late 20’s from Swansea looking to start up or join a heavy/noise band. Something along the lines of Stoner/Sludge metal, Post Punk, Noise Rock, Post Metal.

Plenty of experience gain over the years. From writing, playing live, recording, networking etc.

Once lockdown has come to an end and things get back to normal, (after a few jams) I’d like to get moving full steam ahead. I want it to be fun and enjoyable but at the same time maintaining a high level of commitment to writing, releasing and touring new music as much as possible. Obviously touring would work around all members and their family/personal/work-life and planned well in advance.

I can provide videos or links to tracks from previous bands I've been in, if required.

I use Garageband to put together demos and ideas. I've recently moved and I'm unable to play/record drums at my home, so most demos will have MIDI drum parts. However, I do have a handful of mics to record some demos once the lockdown is over and the practice rooms are safe to use. Until then, I was thinking we could exchange ideas/riffs/demos online. I'm by no means a guitarist or bassist, but I can throw together a riff or two to get an idea going.

Must have good gear.
Must have transport.
Must be committed.
(Most importantly) Must be fun to hang out with.

Any questions feel free to ask.

Screen name:
Member since:
Jun 01 2020
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Melvins, Big Business, Old Man Gloom, Baroness, Mastodon, KENmode, Young Widows, Unsane, Big Black, Soundgarden, Sumac, Deftones, Helms Alee, Kowloon Walled City, ISIS (the band), Taint, Black Cobra, etc

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Bass Guitar:


I use a 4-piece set up (snare/rack/floor/kick) but have a variety of sizes to choose from to best suit the style of music. Same for cymbal set up - a variety of sizes but I typically use Hi Hats/Crash/Ride.

Tama Superstar.
Sizes include: 12x9, 14x11, 16x16, 18x16, 24x18

Rogers Big R XP-5.
Sizes include: 13x9, 14x10, 16x16, 18x16, 24x14.

14x8 Gretsch Full Range brass snare.
14x8 Tama Artwood Maple snare.
14x6.5 Tama Superstar Birch snare.
14x6.5 Tama Red Badge Swingstar Steel snare.
14x6.5 Tama Uncatalogued Acrylic snare.
14x5 Pearl Ultracast Aluminium snare
14x5 Rogers COB snare

15” Istanbul Agop Traditional Light Hi Hats,
18” Istanbul Agop Xist Brilliant Crash,
20” Istanbul Agop Xist Natural Crash,
20” Istanbul Agop Xist Natural Crash,
20” Istanbul Agop Xist Natural Ride,
22” Istanbul Traditional Dark Crash,
24” Zildjian A Medium Ride,
18” Dream Contact Crash/Ride.

Tama hardware and single Speedcobra pedal.

Los Cabos drumsticks (UK artist)

Various percussion items.

I also have a couple guitars, a bass, various pedals, Guitar head/cab, recording interface, mics, synth, etc which can all be used in some way if needed. My guitars are tuned to D standard, sometimes Drop C