I'm currently in a band called Death Smiles Back here in Billings. Our other guitarist had to leave the band a month or so ago. It will be a while before he is able to return to the band. We're just trying to get our live sound figured out so we can start playing shows. We need a second guitarist for rhythm or lead parts. We have six demos recorded and uploaded to our facebook page and reverbnation.com profile. Even if you want to just fill in for a practice or show once in a while that…See More
"hey man my name is chance and im 17 i live in manhattan and have been in a couple of different metal bands in the last year, the most recent one wich just shit out on me, we made a cd and if you wnt to check it out or whatever its at…"
"nah... i dont mix my doom with disco, that would be uncivilized.. ha... i did alot of vocal things for black metal and grindcore bands. i'm not sure if there is a proper "metal" voice. try just doing what comes naturally,…"
"Hello Jacob, do you play any instruments?
Myself (singer/songwriter/piano) and my brother (drummer) have a vision to start an alternative/rock band.
Influences include U2, Metallica, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Submersed, Since October, 3 Doors…"
guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, drums, percussion, singer, songwriter
These are the music services I offer...
producer, recording studio, arranging
Here's a quick overview about what I play and who with...
I have played drums for over 15 years. I have played guitar for about 8 years now. I love metal, hard rock, and industrial. I write my own songs but I'm looking for anyone to jam or write music with. My current band is called Klot Vomit and the Dryheeves.
Hahah, hungover/drunk pictures are always taken at the worst possible moment. Keyboard amp, huh? I suppose that would work well with a electronic set. So you got a place up on campus or renting with roomies?
Sweet! I suppose that would be great for recording, huh. Definitely beats what my old band did... We had 3 mics surrounding a set in a small room, outside a large church gathering room... not the smartest set up I think. But, I guess, it worked semi well. Anyways, if it's electronic does that mean you also have a decent amp to hook it up to?
Cool man. Lemme know when you're playing, I love listening to local bands. If you can find the right ones, they usually have the coolest sounding songs. Then again, they can just as easily fall into playing the same as all the major bands they listen to, but oh well. Good luck mate.