A Treacherous Foe


Band to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Bass Guitar, Drums, Vocalist - Alto.


A Treacherous Foe is recruiting and may want YOU!

I am looking for people interested in a slow moving collaborative. Eventually it would be great to have a band and play out, but since we all have lives and jobs it's not so easy. In the short term I'd just be happy finishing an album and recording it. I am looking for people that are somewhat seasoned between age 30 & 40 (although I will not turn down younger people that are interested just because of age) with at least 10 years experience playing/singing with 1 or 2 years spent doing so regularly with others or in a band. I don't need pros ... I am not interested in paying someone to be in the band.

A Treacherous Foe is a concept project with the lofty goal of telling 1 story over the course of 4 albums. I have a lot of material and a story board for this but can't complete it on my own nor do I want to. Solo musicians that compose everything often end up sounding boring. The concept and most of the song ideas and starts are things that I came up with but I am not a narcissist. I am more interested in a group of people that work creatively together rather than insisting my riffs are the way to go ... but I do think most of it is really cool & should serve as a good base. The concept and theme are not really negotiable, but I will accept creative input that works toward the theme. I am very okay with being told that one of my ideas sucks but also expect others to be okay with it too.

Contact me at: crittertron g mail

All the music in this profile was written and recorded by me in my home studio. I tracked all guitars, bass, keyboards and drums, but the drums are not live (Superior Drummer 2.0) The video is a cover of a Uriah Heep song.

The artwork was done by Brutal Disorder Logos in Mexico City based on my concepts for the first album.

The ability to use home recording software is kind of a must. I use Reaper and Cakewalk Sonar 7 and it is super easy to share Reaper projects in Google Drive.

VISIT: .reverbnation[dot]com/atreacherousfoe?

Screen name:
A Treacherous Foe
Member since:
May 15 2010
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
1 time per week


Metal: Dream Theater, Iron Maiden, Ayreon, Symphony X, Kamelot, Opeth, Megadeth, Fear Factory, Testament etc.

Rock: Uriah Heep, Deep Purple, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, King Crimson, Black Sabbath etc.

Instrument experience:

Lead Guitar:
Bass Guitar:


Rehearsal space and the ability to record for writing, practice & distribution. Blackstar HT Studio 20 head (tube sound is a must). Ibanez, Ernie Ball, and Hondo. Reaper, Sonar 7, Guitar Rig 4.0, Line 6, Behringer, Sure, CAD, DeMarzio, I even have a custom sub-kick mic for the bass drum because it makes it sound like God.