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The Elite

    The Elite is a side project of Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold.

    Taken from The Elite's Myspace.

    One cold winter day, back in 2006, I was chillin' at the Chimaira practice space, when a good friend, singer TJ Frost, stopped by to say hey. He had a young drummer with him... a guy named Austin D'Amond from the band Bleed The Sky. After a brief introduction and some catching up, I asked Austin to hop up on the kit to show me what he was made of. I grabbed a guitar, cranked up my amp, and we went to work. The magic and spark between us was immediately apparent, and at th ...read more

    The Elite is a side project of Chimaira guitarist Rob Arnold.

    Taken from The Elite's Myspace.

    One cold winter day, back in 2006, I was chillin' at the Chimaira practice space, when a good friend, singer TJ Frost, stopped by to say hey. He had a young drummer with him... a guy named Austin D'Amond from the band Bleed The Sky. After a brief introduction and some catching up, I asked Austin to hop up on the kit to show me what he was made of. I grabbed a guitar, cranked up my amp, and we went to work. The magic and spark between us was immediately apparent, and at that very moment, I knew that we had to create music together. TJ and I had shared the same feelings for quite some time before that day....He being a fan of my guitar work in Chimaira, and me being a fan of his vocal and lyrical style in his former Buffalo based bands, Baphomet, Five Years Gone, and Stemm. We knew that we'd do a project together one day, but never thought it could happen this soon. All it took was a carefree, happy-go-lucky, tasmanian devil from Southern California named Austin D'Amond, to step into the room, and ignite the fire. Austin later told me that he knew this « hide


    World War III
    2009

    3.2
    3 Votes

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