THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Drummer Schedules Sydney Workshop

May 7, 2010

Billy Rymer, drummer of the massively popular brutal U.S. mathcore band THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, will take part in a one-off drum workshop at Sydney, Australia's The Brain Recording Studios on Saturday, May 22.

Rymer, who has pounded the skins with a huge variety of heavy acts, will be imparting his extensive drumming knowledge to a lucky group of 15 Aussie attendees.

A drummer from the age of 8, Rymer's commitment to his craft has seen him featured in music magazines worldwide, including an ongoing series in Sick Drummer Magazine; with his unique style influenced by his proficiency not only in rock drumming, but also reggae, jazz, and funk; and of course, metal.

The Brain Recording Studios is proud to host this exclusive event as part as its ongoing commitment to the local metal scene. Already a known and respected recording studio due to its work with Jerk and Daniel Johns (SILVERCHAIR),among others; head engineer and producer Clayton Segelov is in demand in the metal scene, recently working with Christian Ode Wolbers (FEAR FACTORY) LAMB OF GOD, DRAGONFORCE, FIVE STAR PRISON CELL, IN FLAMES and more.

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