SEEKINGBand to Join, Keyboard, Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist.
I'm looking to form or join a metal band Maiden, Priest, Megadeth, Metallica...stuff like that. If your looking for a band to get into...I need to hear from you.
Also intrested in Original Music however I would consider being in a project that does covers or a mixture of both. I'm able to write my own parts, provide some back-up vocals. I would like to get into a project that wants to play gigs, write, and record music. I'm extremely dedicated, reliable and motivated. I want to be part of a collective group where everyone is openly able to provide input and is respected for expressing opinions. Teamwork and commitment is a MUST.
My style's are Alternative, Southern Rock,
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock, and Metal. I'm not interested in ELMO, SCREMO or PUNK. I'm also drug free I prefer to work with others who are...the same.
I can be contacted via YEAH WHO bruce_barclay2002_____ Also I'm on / Bruce Barclay.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- May 30 2008
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 4-5 nights a week
- Most available:
Tool, Rush, Metal Church, Judas Priest, Megadeth, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Santana, Kansas, Dream Theatre, Soundgarden, Nirvana, this list could go on.
- Other Percussion:
I have 5 drum kits, 2 are Roland state of the art electronic kits. The other 3 acoustic kits...made by Pearl...see attached photos. I also have a full PA, mics and stands, monitors, and the ability to run it all while I play drums. I also have access to a rehearsal space.
Please check out the attached video of me messing around on an electronic kit. Also there are a few MP-3's here.
METAL CHURCH No Friend of Mine Accustic Kit
METAL CHURCH No Friend of Mine Accustic Kit Year: 2005 Genre: Metal
I recorded this using the Pearl Vintage Sunburst Kit using a CD player, Mixing board and 4 Audix OM-2 mics. My drums are patched in at a slightly higher volume level than the CD I played along with.
Back To Hangar 18
Back To Hangar 18 Year: 2005 Album: Megadeth plus me on the big kit Genre: Metal
Same kit and configuration as the Metal Church song.
Jerry Was a Race Car Driver
Jerry Was a Race Car Driver Year: 2005 Album: Primus Genre: Alternative
This was done on my old electronic kit. The recording gear was a Sony Discman, plugged into the Roland TD-10 drum brain. The headphone output routed to a CD recorder. The bass response was a bit too hot so you might want to lower the volume or low frequency EQ settings on your computer when playing this track.
- The Roland V-drums TD-10 Expanded