Dead Men's Theory


Dead Men's Theory
Dead Men's Theory
Origin Miami, Florida, USA
Genres Punk music
Hardcore
Metalcore
Years active March - October 1998
Labels Ohev Records
Witching Hour Records
Members
Alexander Ceballos: Vocals
Thomas Rankine: Guitar, bass, vocals
Andrew Logan: Drums, bass
Past members
Peter Bartsocas: Bass

Dead Men's Theory was a band consisting of the lead guitarist (Andrew Logan, also drummer of Hondo) and bassist (Tom Rankine) of Bird of Ill Omen and the singer of the experimental noisecore band Hondo. DMT considered itself a BOIO side-project. However, their intent was to play music more raw and aggressive than BOIO, and to capture the chaotic-noise aspect of Hondo. The band's ethical purpose was "to warn people about the scariest thing, love". The band was short lived but managed to sell out all of the printed 7"s of their debut To Never Love Again. The band never had an official bass player, but initially Peter Bartsocas did play the bass at shows.

At the time of the band, Peter Bartsocas had already left As Friends Rust, and Thomas Rankine was to join a few years ahead.

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