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05 Feb

Alex Rudinger Joins The Faceless

 

Metal drumming mastermind and recent addition to the Pearl Artist Roster, Alex Rudinger, has made the official announcement that he will be taking over the drumming responsibilities for the American based death metalers, The Faceless!  Alex, who is known for his work with The Haarp Machine, as well as for the truly astounding drumming videos found on his YouTube Channel, has become the buzz of the metal drumming community through his uncanny ability to do just about everything behind the drum kit, from terrorizing speed and blistering blast-beats to technical and mind-boggling drum fills.
  
The Faceless are currently gearing up for their upcoming North American tour alongside Cradle of Filth.  The 5 week-long trek is scheduled to kick off on February 22nd at Irving Plaza in New York, and will wind its way around the US and Canada before coming to a close at The Guelph Concert Theatre in Guelph, Ontario on March 26th.  In regards to the band’s latest addition of Alex Rudinger, an official announcement was made stating, “…we are very excited to announce that Alex Rudinger is our new full time drummer. We just played our first 3 shows with him in Mexico and what he brings to the band both musically and personally, is simply astounding. We are looking forward to a great future with Alex.”


On this upcoming North America tour Alex will be playing behind his gorgeous Masters Series drums, with a 14x6.5 Reference Brass snare drum.  Alex’s full specs are as follow:

Masters Series: Walnut Lacquer (101)
22x16- bass drum (x2)
10x8- rack tom
12x8- rack tom
14x12- floor tom
16x14- floor tom
14x6.5- Reference Series snare drum (brass)
14x6.5- Reference Series snare drum (steel)


For more information on The Faceless, and for ticket information for their upcoming North American tour, please be sure to visit their official Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/TheFaceless.  Congrats on the new gig Alex!



The Faceless: 2013 North America Tour

02.22. Irving Plaza - New York, N.Y.
02.23. Palladium - Worcester, Mass.
02.24. Theater Of Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA
02.25. Kingdom - Richmond, Virginia
02.26. 930 Club - Washington, DC
02.27. The Fillmore - Charlotte, N.C.
02.28. House Of Blues - Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
03.01. The Masquerade - Atlanta, Ga.
03.03. House Of Blues - Houston, Texas
03.04. House Of Blues - Dallas, Texas
03.06. House Of Blues - W. Hollywood, Calif.
03.07. The Marquee - Tempe, Ariz.
03.08. House Of Blues - Anaheim, Calif.
03.09. House Of Blues - San Diego, Calif.
03.10. The Fillmore - San Francisco, Calif.
03.12. Studio Seven - Seattle, Wash.
03.13. Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, British Columbia
03.14. Knitting Factory - Spokane, Wash.
03.16. Summit Music Hall - Denver, Colo.
03.17. Granada - Lawrence, Kansas
03.19. The Rave - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
03.20. Bogart’s - Cincinnati, Ohio
03.21. House Of Blues - Chicago, Ill.
03.22. House Of Blues - Cleveland, Ohio
03.23. St Andrews Hall - Detroit, Mich.
03.25. Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, Ontario
03.26. Guelph Concert Theatre - Guelph, Ontario

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