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Martín Méndez

Martín Méndez

Real/full name:
Martín Méndez
Age:
36 (born Apr 6th, 1978)
Place of origin:
Uruguay (Montevideo)
Gender:
Male

Biography

Is the bass guitar player of progressive death metal band Opeth and second most constant member of the band, behind lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt.
Méndez has been a member of several other bands, including Fifth to Infinity, Proxima and Vinterkrig. Méndez joined Opeth right before the recording of their third album My Arms, Your Hearse began. However, time conflicts ...

Trivia

Méndez joined the band before the recording of "My Arms, Your Hearse", but he didn't have time to learn the bass parts. Åkerfeldt filled that role.

Opeth

Bass (1997-present)

1999 Still Life Bass
2001 Blackwater Park Bass
2002 Deliverance Bass
2003 Still Day Beneath the Sun (Single) Bass
2003 Damnation Bass
2003 Lamentations - Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire (Video) Bass
2005 Ghost Reveries Bass
2007 The Roundhouse Tapes (Live album) Bass
2008 Porcelain Heart (Single) Bass
2008 Watershed Bass
2008 The Roundhouse Tapes (Video) Bass
2008 Burden (Single) Bass
2010 In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall (Live album) Bass
2010 In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall (Video) Bass
2011 The Throat of Winter (Single) Bass
2011 The Devil's Orchard (Single) Bass
2011 The Devil's Orchard - Live at Rock Hard Festival 2009 (Live album) Bass
2011 Heritage Bass
2011 Slither (Single) Bass
2014 Pale Communion Bass
(show all)

Eternal

As Occult:
Bass, Vocals (1995-1996)

1996 ...and the Sky Was Entombed by Flames (Demo) Vocals (lead), Guitars (on tracks 3, 4 & 6), Bass, Guitars (acoustic) (on track 5)

Fifth to Infinity

Unknown (1997-?)

Requiem Aeternam

Bass, Vocals

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