Throwdown

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Throwdown

Dave Peters performing at Las Cruces, New Mexico as part of the Warped Tour in 2007
Background information
Origin Orange County, California
Genres Metalcore[1]
Groove metal[2]
Hardcore punk[3] (early)
Years active 1997 - Present
Labels Indecision, Prime Directive Records, Trustkill, Koch, Nuclear Blast
Associated acts Bleeding Through, Culture, Eighteen Visions, The Mistake
Website www.throwdowngo.com
Members
Dave Peters
Mark Choiniere
Mark Mitchell
Past members
Keith Barney
Tommy Love
Dom Macaluso
Brandan Schieppati
Javier Van Huss
Marc Jackson
Ken Floyd
Matt Mentley
Ben Dussault

Throwdown is an American groove metal band from Orange County, California.

Members[change | change source]

Current
  • Dave Peters – guitars (2000–2002), lead vocals (2002–present)
  • Mark Choiniere – guitars (2005–present)
  • Mark Mitchell – bass (2007–present)
Touring
  • Lance Garvin – drums (2009–2011)
  • Dave Nassie (Bleeding Through) – guitars (2011)
  • Tim "Yogi" Watts (Demon Hunter) – drums (2011)
Former
  • Javier Van Huss – bass (1997–1998)
  • Brandan Schieppati – guitars (1998–2000)
  • Marc Jackson – drums, percussion (1997–2002), guitar (2004)
  • Keith Barney – lead vocals (1997–2002), guitars (2002–2004)
  • Tommy Love – guitars (1997–2004)
  • Dom Macaluso – guitars (1997–1998), bass (1998–2005)
  • Matt Mentley – guitars (2004–2005), bass (2005–2007)
  • Ben Dussault – drums, percussion (2004–2008)
Session
  • Ken Floyd – drums, percussion (2002) (Also toured with the band)
  • Jarrod Alexander – drums, percussion (2003, 2008–present)

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums[change | change source]

Extended plays[change | change source]

  • Throwdown (1997)
  • Drive Me Dead (2000)
  • Throwdown / Good Clean Fun (2000)
  • Face the Mirror (2002)
  • Americana / Planets Collide (2007)
  • Covered in Venom and Tears (2007)

Videos[change | change source]

  • Together. Forever. United. (2004)

Music videos[change | change source]

  • "Forever" (2004), directed by Chris Sims
  • "Burn" (2005), directed by Chris Sims[4]
  • "Holy Roller" (2007), directed by Andy Reale[5]
  • "The Scythe" (2010), directed by Cale Glendening[6]
  • "This Continuum" (2010), directed by Cale Glendening[7]
  • "Tombs" (2010), directed by Cale Glendening
  • "The Blinding Light" (2010), directed by Cale Glendening

References[change | change source]

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