It was August of 2009 when the five musicians from the Baltimore/Hagerstown, Maryland area came together.
Morgan Wright on drums, formerly toured as fill-in drummer for Oh, Sleeper of Solid State Records, also Sleeper’s Awake. Justin Huffman on guitar, also recorded with Sleeper’s Awake on the Uprising Records. On bass, is Armand Vincent, on guitar Jered Youngbar, formerly of the recording group Aneirin. And on vocals is Shawn Spann, who was the lead vocal for the group Erison.
The group is currently signed to Sumerian Records and have released two albums through the label.
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza was founded in 2004. They chose their band name after actor Tony Danza; the humorous moniker is occasionally misinterpreted, as older concertgoers have attended shows in hopes of seeing Danza himself. The group signed with Corrosive Recording in 2005 after self-releasing their debut album. Their second release, Danza II: Electric Boogaloo, was issued in 2007 on Black Market Activities. The album's name is a parody of the Danzig album, Danzig II: Lucifuge, as well as the 1980s film Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Soooo, my name is Clément BELIO, I'm 22, french, and multi-instrumentalist.
Actually I'm firstly drummer, I play the drums since I'm 7 y.o, and when I was 15, began to play guitar.
Obviously, my rythmic experience led me into Metal. Actually I like/listen/play Progressive/Alternative/Jazz/Djent...
A lot of Jazz since I get my first 8 string guitar.
So I like all this weird stuff with complex structure/shapes/chords, polyrythms and "high gains crancky/djenty tones".
Johnny Wright is a guitarist hailing from Chicago, Illinois in the US. At the age of 17 he set up his first home studio and taught himself to record and produce his own music, as well as other people's. In this editorial, he shares his insights about setting up your own home studio, based on his own experience.