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  • Coming For You – Single – 2015

  • Days Go By – Album – 2012


Television Appearances:

  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

  • Jimmy Kimmel Live


“In 2007 I was chosen to be the new drummer for groundbreaking punk icons The Offspring. Ever since, I have been enthusiastically touring around the globe, while also recording on the 2012 album “Days Go By” and our newest 2015 release “Coming For You.” We’ve enjoyed appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel Live. I’ve spent the bulk of my career with The Offspring. Dexter, Noodles and Greg K are fantastic friends and awesome bandmates. I look forward to what the future holds."





US Tour


“I had an amazing time drumming for the legendary group Devo in 2011, filling in for Josh Freese. One of the highlights of my entire career. These guys bring such incredible energy to their shows. It was an honor to work with them.”





European Tour


Television Appearance:

  • The MTV European Music Awards


“In 2007, I was called to fill-in on drums with My Chemical Romance, subbing for Bob Bryer, who was injured at the time. We played arenas all over Europe and appeared on the MTV European Music Awards. They’re old friends of mine and it was a pleasure to get to play with them.”






  • Bug Sessions, Vol. 1, E.P. , 2006

  • Sound The Alarm, album, 2006

  • In Reverie, album, 2003


Television Appearance:

  • Jimmy Kimmel Live


"During recording and touring with Face To Face, I also joined Saves The Day, pioneers of the New Jersey Emo/Post Hardcore sound. I recorded two full length albums and an EP with them, while touring the world and appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live.”








  • Shoot The Moon, album, 2004

  • How To Ruin Everything, album, 2002

  • Reactionary, album, 2000

  • Split E.P. with The Dropkick Murphys, 2001

  • Standards and Practices, album, 2001

  • So Why Aren’t You Happy, E.P., 1999

  • Ignorance Is Bliss, album, 1999


Television Appearances:

  • The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn

  • Last Call with Carson Daily


“Face To Face was my first big break. Over the course of six years, we recorded four albums and two EP’s. We played all over the world and I experienced my first appearances on television: The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn and Last Call with Carson Daily. I learned so much about writing, recording and working things out as a band from Trever and Scott. I attribute much of who I am as a musician to my tenure in the band.”





US Tour


“In 2001 I filled in on drums for my friends in Alkaline Trio. We did a summer tour of US amphitheaters supporting Blink 182. It was short but sweet. I loved the time that I got to spend with Matt and Dan.”






  • The One You Love To Hate, single, 2000


“In 1999 I was honored to work with Rob Halford, lead vocalist of Judas Priest. I helped him flesh out songs for his solo album “Halford” and recorded drums on a duet with Rob and Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden. As a lifelong fan of both Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, it was a dream come true to record with them.”






  • Jackson United, EP, 2002

  • Western Ballads, album, 2003


“Jackson United was a very cool side project of Chris Shiflett from the Foo Fighters. It featured Chris on Guitar and vocals, his brother Scott from Face To Face on bass, and myself on drums. We tracked 23 songs in three days, and it is still one of my favorite sessions I’ve ever done.”






  • Engine, album, 2000

  • Superholic, album, 2002


“Engine was a Metal Supergroup featuring Ray Alder (Fates Warning) on vocals, Bernie Versailles (Agent Steel) on guitar, Joey Vera (Armored Saint) on bass, and myself on drums. We recorded two full length albums and played in Europe with Slipknot, Korn and Rob Halford. Most folks don’t know my roots are dripping in metal. Punk is something I stumbled into along the way.”