Vocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Violin, Trumpet, Saxophone, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Trombone.


Hey there, I'm looking for people to put a band together.

I have experience playing in alt rock / punk / metal bands.

Been playing guitar for 7 years. Been playing in bands for 6.

Right now I consider myself more of a rhythm player, but I don't really believe in all that rhythm/lead crap, that is why I'm always working on developing my skills in order to become a better player all around.

I've had my share of experience on everything from putting the band together, looking for shows, making records, shooting videos and opening for a few well known international bands. Just not in the Toronto area.

Don't exactly know what I'm looking for. Basically a few people to put a band together. Initially for fun, but eventually my goal is take it to the next level, so I'd like to play with people who are as committed as I am.

In terms of a music genre, right now I'd be open to a lot of stuff, but basically I think rock would suit me better. I wouldn't mind at all playing other kinds of music. If I like it, I'll play it. If the music's good, tags don't really matter.

If you read through and think it would be a good idea to have a chat, don't hesitate to contact me, who knows what might happen.

Screen name:
Member since:
Jul 04 2007
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
50 to 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week
Most available:


Wouldn't know how to answer this question properly.

right now on my mp3 player there's the beatles, rush, mute math, nile and meshuggah.

let's see if I can make things a little bit clearer.

Foo fighters is one of my all time favorite bands. the offspring also is one of my favorite bands, or it used to be for a while.

lately I've been very much into unearth. Machine Head (Their new album is great but I think calling it "the master of puppets of this generation" is a bit much)

I also like

heavy stuff like slayer, old metallica, megadeth, pantera, opeth, in flames, arch enemy, mastodon, lamb of god.

few bands that aren't so heavy like mute math, a little bit of the ataris, cky, deftones

punk / post harcore stuff like strung out, thrice, atreyu (first record), bad religion, nofx, rancid, the ramones, green day, blink 182.

a little bit of reggae/ska in the veins of sublime, long beach dub allstars, rx bandits, matisyahu, voodoo glow skulls

there's always the classics like ac/dc, the stones,

and many, many more


I own a few items that might be considered pro recording/touring equipment, like guitars, amps, effects.

One of my guitars is a drop-A 7 strings (the one on the picture below) so I enjoy really low tunings , but at the same time I really enjoy standard D, which is just one step lower.

With my setup, I could go on tour or to the studio without problems.