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Starkweather

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1989
Genre:
Metalcore
Lyrical themes:
Personal Struggles, Abstract Thoughts, Mental Illness
Current label:
Deathwish Inc.
Years active:
1989-present
Starkweather pioneered an early form of metalcore which incorporates elements of death metal, progressive metal and alternative rock. While rooted in the hardcore genre, over the years they evolved to a darker, more experimental and dissonant metal sound with unconventional song structures. They are also the first band of the genre to use both clean and harsh vocals.

Their name is taken from ...
Current
Bill Molchanow Lead guitars (session)
Rennie Resmini Vocals (1989-present)
Jim Winters Guitars (2002-2005, 2014-present)
See also: ex-Believer, ex-Earth Crisis, ex-Turmoil
Vincent Rosa Bass (2005-present)
Sean Jacobs Bass (2014-present)
Drew Juergens-Soto Drums (2014-present)
Past
Leonard Emerick Drums (session)
Todd Forkin Guitars (1989-2014)
See also: ex-New Glory
Michelle Eddison Bass (1990-1999)
Harry Rosa Drums (1990-2014)
Liam Wilson Bass (2002-2005)
See also: John Frum, Myrkur (live), The Dillinger Escape Plan, ex-Burnside, ex-For Life, ex-Frodus
Bill Molchanow Lead guitars (session)
Rennie Resmini Vocals (1989-present)
Jim Winters Guitars (2002-2005, 2014-present)
See also: ex-Believer, ex-Earth Crisis, ex-Turmoil
Vincent Rosa Bass (2005-present)
Sean Jacobs Bass (2014-present)
Drew Juergens-Soto Drums (2014-present)
Leonard Emerick Drums (session)
Todd Forkin Guitars (1989-2014)
See also: ex-New Glory
Michelle Eddison Bass (1990-1999)
Harry Rosa Drums (1990-2014)
Liam Wilson Bass (2002-2005)
See also: John Frum, Myrkur (live), The Dillinger Escape Plan, ex-Burnside, ex-For Life, ex-Frodus
Added by: Icky Modified by: GearWing
Added on: 2004-12-09 18:00:18 Last modified on: 2017-05-14 04:58:09