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Eyetooth, officially formed with the current lineup in May of 2013 and is based out of Clarksville, TN. Bringing all the sounds of Metal and Hard Rock into one sound.
In the later months of 2013, they have already played with bands such as Righteous Vendetta, DoryDrive, Hed PE, Super Bob, Bridge to Grace, and Straight Line Stitch. They opened up 2014 with a big show alongside Pop Evil, which has begun to open up many upcoming opportunities.
Eyetooth's music is as diverse as the band members themselves. Guitarist, Nathan Popa hails from Brooklyn, NY and brings a heavy rhythmic flow to the music as well as the "New York attitude" persona to live shows. Vocalist, Ryan Lessard is from Manchester, NH. Keeping heavy energy on a constant basis during a live show, using multiple vocal styles and interaction with the crowd.
Fort Bragg, NC born drummer, Houston Russell is a 15 year old prodigy who has been playing drums since the age of 6 and has embraced the metal genre to the fullest extent. His talent and skill on the drums is unmatched. Carmel, CA bassist, Eric Dailey has incredible grooves that add to the heaviness of the music. His Hip-Hop and Metal influence has brought an extremely unique sound to the mix as well.
Eyetooth-intoxicating candy for your ears, gives you a rush.
Surgeon generals warning states that Eyetooth is highly addictive. Side effects may include but are not limited to headbanging, moshing, sweating, muscle aches, tinnitus, and hangovers Youtube, Facebook, and eyetoothband.com.
Houston Russell uses Green Glass DW drums, Scymtek cymbals and Axis pedals and hardware.
Ryan Lessard, uses Shure Microphones
Nathan Popa, uses Shure wireless mic, Schecter C7-FR with EMG 707TW Humbuckers and Dean MXL Knight with Mick Thomson Signature Humbuckers guitars, Marshall JCM 900 cabs, Mesa Triple Rectifier Head, Digitech Whammy Pedal, Cry Baby Wah Pedal, Line 6 MK II Shortboard, Line 6 HD Processor, BBE Sonic Maximizer, and Ernie Ball strings
Eric Daily, uses Shure wireless mics, Ibanez 5 string bass with Gk 400 RB and SWR Working Pro 400 amps with GK 4x10, GK 1x15 and Mesa Boogie 2x15 cabs