Drum kit

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Flight cases or road cases are standard for professional touring drummers. ddrum. Drum Workshop. Gretsch Drums. Ludwig-Musser. Slingerland Drum Company. Tama Drums. Seb Custom Drums. Brady Drum Company. Mapex Drums. Meinl Percussion. Pearl Drums. Premier Percussion. Rogers Drums. Sonor. Yamaha Drums. Drummer. List of drummers. Drum beat. Jazz drumming.

List of drummers

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List of female drummers. List of jazz drummers. List of percussionists. Drummerworld.

Chris Kontos (musician)

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Former Machine Head Drummer Chris Kontos Officially Joins Spiralarms.

Heavy metal music

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The essence of heavy metal drumming is creating a loud, constant beat for the band using the "trifecta of speed, power, and precision". Heavy metal drumming "requires an exceptional amount of endurance", and drummers have to develop "considerable speed, coordination, and dexterity ... to play the intricate patterns" used in heavy metal. A characteristic metal drumming technique is the cymbal choke, which consists of striking a cymbal and then immediately silencing it by grabbing it with the other hand (or, in some cases, the same striking hand), producing a burst of sound. The metal drum setup is generally much larger than those employed in other forms of rock music.

Machine Head (band)

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Walter Ryan – drums, percussion (1995). Logan Mader – guitar, backing vocals (2019–present; official member 1991–1998). Chris Kontos – drums, percussion (2019–present; official member 1993–1995). Ahrue Luster – guitar (1998–2002). Phil Demmel – guitar, backing vocals (2003–2018). Adam Duce – bass, backing vocals (1991–2013). Tony Costanza – drums, percussion (1991–1993). Dave McClaindrums, percussion (1995–2018). Burn My Eyes (1994). The More Things Change... (1997). The Burning Red (1999). Supercharger (2001). Through the Ashes of Empires (2003). The Blackening (2007). Unto the Locust (2011). Bloodstone & Diamonds (2014). Catharsis (2018).

Rock music

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The sound of an electric guitar in rock music is typically supported by an electric bass guitar, which pioneered in jazz music in the same era, and percussion produced from a drum kit that combines drums and cymbals. This trio of instruments has often been complemented by the inclusion of other instruments, particularly keyboards such as the piano, the Hammond organ, and the synthesizer. The basic rock instrumentation was derived from the basic blues band instrumentation (prominent lead guitar, second chordal instrument, bass, and drums). A group of musicians performing rock music is termed as a rock band or a rock group.

Drum

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In jazz, some drummers use brushes for a smoother, quieter sound. In many traditional cultures, drums have a symbolic function and are used in religious ceremonies. Drums are often used in music therapy, especially hand drums, because of their tactile nature and easy use by a wide variety of people. In popular music and jazz, "drums" usually refers to a drum kit or a set of drums (with some cymbals, or in the case of harder rock music genres, many cymbals), and "drummer" to the person who plays them. Drums acquired even divine status in places such as Burundi, where the karyenda was a symbol of the power of the king.

S.A.Slayer

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Dave McClain - drums (1982-1984). Prepare to Die EP - 1983 (Rainforest). Go For The Throat LP - 1988 (Under den Linden). S.A. Slayer MySpace. Steve Cooper obituary @ SA Rocks blog.

Ross Robinson

The son of inspirational speaker Byron Katie, Robinson began as a thrash metal guitarist for the bands Detente and Murdercar (featuring future Machine Head drummer Dave McClain) and picked up his knowledge of producing from the studios where his band recorded demos and also worked at Blackie Lawless's studio, Fort Apache, in Burbank, CA. Robinson received his first production job for the 1991 Fear Factory album Concrete. Robinson would use the album as a showcase of sorts in helping him land producing slots with other acts, particularly the up-and-coming band Korn.

Juggernaut (band)

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Bobby Jarzombek - drums. Harlan Glenn - Vocals. Eddie Katilius - guitars. Scott Womack - bass. Bobby Jarzombek - drums. Harlan Glenn - vocals. Bob Catlin - guitars. Scott Womack - bass. Dave McClain - drums. Baptism Under Fire (1986). Trouble Within (1987). [ Allmusic Biography]. Juggernaut @ Metal Archives. Juggernaut @ YouTube. Steve Cooper obituary @ SA Rocks blog. Steve Cooper MySpace tribute page. Harlan Glenn online. Scott Womack MySpace. Bobby Jarzombek MySpace. Dave McClain MySpace.

Percussion instrument

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Pipes and Drums Corps. Practice pad. Vocal percussion. Rudimental percussion. Percussion Ensemble. James Blades, Percussion Instruments and Their History, (1970). Shen, Sinyan, Acoustics of Ancient Chinese Bells, Scientific American, 256, 94 (1987). Drummer Brasil — Website for drummers and percussionists. Video clips of percussion instruments demonstrated. Drum Museum, Information about antique hand drums from Africa, New Guinea and the Himalayas.

Independent (Sacred Reich album)

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Independent was also Sacred Reich's first full-length with Dave McClain on drums. The title track can be heard in the college football film The Program. Phil Rind – vocals, bass. Wiley Arnett – guitar. Jason Rainey – guitar. Dave McClaindrums. Recorded and mixed at Eldorado Studios, North Hollywood, California, USA. Produced by Dave Jerden and Sacred Reich. Engineered by Bryan Carlstrom. Assistant engineered by Annette Cisneros. Mixed by Dave Jerden. Mastered by Eddy Schreyer at Future Disc Systems. Cover illustration by Paul Stottler. Portrait illustration (inlay) by John Dawson. Sacred Reich Official Website. BNR Metal Sacred Reich discography page.

Heal (Sacred Reich album)

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Dave McClaindrums. Produced by Bill Metoyer and Sacred Reich. Sacred Reich official website. BNR Metal discography page. Encyclopaedia Metallum album page.

Sacred Reich

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It is the band's first full-length studio album since 1996's Heal, and their first since drummer Dave McClain and guitarist Joey Radziwill replaced founding members Greg Hall and Jason Rainey respectively. * Sacred Reich Myspace page Phil Rind – vocals, bass (1985–2000, 2006–present). Wiley Arnett – lead guitar (1986–2000, 2006–present). Dave McClaindrums (1991–1995, 2018–present). Joey Radziwill – rhythm guitar (2019–present). Jason Rainey – rhythm guitar (1985–2000, 2006–2019). Greg Hall – drums (1985–1991, 1996–2000, 2006–2018). Dan Kelly – vocals (1985–1986). Jeff Martinek – guitar (1985–1986, died in 2018). Ray Nay – drums (1985). Mike Andre – bass (1985).

Nu metal

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Machine Head's drummer Dave McClain said, "Pissing people off isn't a bad thing, you know? For people to be narrow-minded is bad ... [i]t doesn't bother us at all, we know we're going to piss people off with this record, but some people hopefully will actually sit down and listen to the whole record". Robb Flynn, Machine Head's vocalist, said ""There's a minute and a half of rapping on that album. The other 53 minutes of the record are like a giant scar being ripped open while I projectile-vomit through it. If all that people got out of [The Burning Red] was rap-metal, then they didn't fucking listen to it"."

Wiesbaden

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Wiesbaden is a city in central western Germany and the capital of the federal state of Hesse., it had 289,544 inhabitants, plus approximately 19,000 United States citizens (mostly associated with the United States Army). The Wiesbaden urban area is home to approx. 560,000 people.

Musical ensemble

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A group that plays popular music or military music is usually called a band; a drum and bugle corps is a type of the latter. These bands perform a wide range of music, ranging from arrangements of jazz orchestral, or popular music to military-style marches. Drum corps perform on brass and percussion instruments only. Drum and Bugle Corps incorporate costumes, hats, and pageantry in their performances. Other band types include: * Brass bands: groups consisting of around 30 brass and percussion players. Jug bands.

Pop music

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In the 1960s, the majority of mainstream pop music fell in two categories: guitar, drum and bass groups or singers backed by a traditional orchestra. Since early in the decade, it was common for pop producers, songwriters, and engineers to freely experiment with musical form, orchestration, unnatural reverb, and other sound effects. Some of the best known examples are Phil Spector's Wall of Sound and Joe Meek's use of homemade electronic sound effects for acts like the Tornados.

Jazz

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In the post-Civil War period (after 1865), African Americans were able to obtain surplus military bass drums, snare drums and fifes, and an original African-American drum and fife music emerged, featuring tresillo and related syncopated rhythmic figures. This was a drumming tradition that was distinct from its Caribbean counterparts, expressing a uniquely African-American sensibility.

Rhythm and blues

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In the commercial rhythm and blues music typical of the 1950s through the 1970s, the bands usually consisted of piano, one or two guitars, bass, drums, one or more saxophones, and sometimes background vocalists. R&B lyrical themes often encapsulate the African-American experience of pain and the quest for freedom and joy, as well as triumphs and failures in terms of relationships, economics, and aspirations. The term "rhythm and blues" has undergone a number of shifts in meaning. In the early 1950s, it was frequently applied to blues records.

California

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California is a state in the Pacific Region of the United States. With 39.6 million residents across a total area of about 163696 sqmi, California is the most populous U.S. state and the third-largest by area. The state capital is Sacramento. The Greater Los Angeles Area and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation's second- and fifth-most populous urban regions, with 18.7 million and 9.7 million residents respectively. Los Angeles is California's most populous city, and the country's second-most populous, after New York City. California also has the nation's most populous county, Los Angeles County, and its largest county by area, San Bernardino County.

Timbre

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In music, timbre, also known as tone color or tone quality (from psychoacoustics), is the perceived sound quality of a musical note, sound or tone. Timbre distinguishes different types of sound production, such as choir voices and musical instruments, such as string instruments, wind instruments, and percussion instruments. It also enables listeners to distinguish different instruments in the same category (e.g., an oboe and a clarinet, both woodwind instruments).

Slayer

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Original drummer Lombardo would use two bass drums (instead of a double pedal, which is used on a single bass drum). Lombardo's speed and aggression earned him the title of the "godfather of double bass" by Drummerworld. Lombardo stated his reasons for using two bass drums: "When you hit the bass drum, the head is still resonating. When you hit it in the same place right after that, you kinda get a 'slapback' from the bass drum head hitting the other pedal. You're not letting them breathe." When playing the two bass drums, Lombardo would use the "heel-up" technique.

Riot V

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Drummers. Peter Bitelli – drums (1975–1980). Sandy Slavin – drums (1980–1984, 1986). Mark Edwards – drums (1986–1987). Bobby Jarzombek – drums (1987–1995, 1997–1999, 2008–2012, 2013–2014). John Macaluso – drums (1995–1997). Pat Magrath – drums(1999–2000). Bobby Rondinelli – drums (2000–2002). Additional live musicians. Randy Coven – bass (2005–2007). Gerard T. Trevino – guitar. Ronnie 'Eggman' Eggers – guitar. Notes. Rhett Forrester was shot and killed in Atlanta, Georgia on January 22, 1994 at the age of 37 after he refused to give up his vehicle in an attempted carjacking. His murder went unsolved for some time.