Protest The Hero new drummer
2013-10-10 by 3ddie | 13 Comments
Canadian prog metal band Protest The Hero have announced that drummer Michael Ieradi will replace Moe Carlson not only through the upcoming album tour, but permanently.

Despite being also the drummer for The Kindred, according to PTH's facebook:

"What's that you say? Mike is already in another band? Yes, he is. He will be playing
in 2 bands on this upcoming tour. He will be opening with his band The Kindred and will
then wrap the night up playing with us. Despite pulling double duty on this tour, he IS the newest member of pth and will hopefully be with us until we hang up the old jazz picks. No
pressure Mike!"

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DatBeefPudding
October 10th 2013
1357 Comments


saw the kindred live a couple months back. he sounded proficient at the very least. was hard to hear him playing though, tbh

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Cipieron
October 10th 2013
3508 Comments


I think I remember liking the drumming for Today I Caught The Plague. They could do worse. Shame he couldn't have made/recorded the drums for the album, but whatevs

Dancedrewdance
October 10th 2013
1037 Comments


amazing band ^

Funeralopolis
October 10th 2013
11768 Comments


Today i caught the plagues is pretty terrible doe, although protest the hero had a shitty drummer to begin with so not that it is going to make a difference

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beefshoes
October 10th 2013
4314 Comments


I always thought Moe was the weakest member. Not saying he was bad because he was definitely a solid drummer, just nothing particularly special. I'm sure this guy will be the same way.

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bloc
October 10th 2013
35004 Comments


I will be seeing this new guy in action in a month

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SnakeDelilah
October 10th 2013
8723 Comments


Goddess Bound was easily the highlight of his career.

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Butkuiss
October 10th 2013
4249 Comments


Shoulda got Portnoy.

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crowing51
October 11th 2013
3462 Comments


Should have kept Adler.

DatBeefPudding
October 11th 2013
1357 Comments


i dont think keeping adler was a choice lol

SpiritCrusher2
October 11th 2013
3248 Comments


"protest the hero had a shitty drummer to begin with "

lol what? that drummer was great

AgentZero
October 12th 2013
322 Comments


Yeah, pretty sure Adler has other projects.

piratejokern
December 13th 2013
3 Comments


I'm impressed that so many people are complaining about Moe. Moe is a really solid drummer that plays polyrhytms and halvnotes all over the place and can change tempo in an instant along with the rest of the music. Moe is a good drummer for sure. Too bad he'll be replaced now, but glad it's not by Adler, his sound doesn't fit with PtH



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