A six-minute video clip featuring live and behind-the-scenes footage from acclaimed extreme metal drummer Dirk Verbeuren's (SOILWORK, SCARVE, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT) Tama/Meinl February 2012 drum clinic tour of France can be seen below.
During this, his third European tour as a solo drummer, Verbeuren presented Tama's Silverstar and SLP drums as well as Meinl's Classic Custom Extreme Metal cymbals. He also used Evans drumheads, dB drumshoes and Toontrack software.
Live excerpts: "Let This River Flow" and "Stabbing The Drama" by SOILWORK, "Asphyxiate" by SCARVE, "Surrender" by Jeff Loomis and "Juular" by DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT. Soundtrack: "Night Comes Clean" by SOILWORK.
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