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Alex Torres (musician)

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Birth name  Alexander Ray Torres
Name  Alex Torres
Years active  2003–present
Instruments  Vocals, guitar, bass
Occupation(s)  Musician

Alex Torres (musician)
Born  September 15, 1987 (age 28) (1987-09-15)
Origin  Casa Grande, Arizona, US
Genres  Metalcore, post-hardcore, emo, screamo, alternative rock

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Alexander Ray "Alex" Torres (born September 15, 1987) is an American musician, best known for being the guitarist of metalcore and post-hardcore bands Eyes Set to Kill, Greeley Estates, Alesana, and The Dead Rabbitts.

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Eyes Set to Kill (2006)

Torres was one of the first three non-original members to join Eyes Set to Kill, as it was started as a three-piece. He recorded their first EP, When Silence Is Broken, The Night Is Torn

Greeley Estates (2007–2010)

Torres joined metalcore band Greeley Estates in April 2007, along with Joshua "Fergz" Ferguson. He recorded both Go West Young Man, Let the Evil Go East and No Rain, No Rainbow. On June 15, 2010, Greeley Estates officially announced that Torres had left the band, "abruptly" before their Japan tour, to "focus on other musical endeavors", and also announced that bassist David Ludlow would take over guitar and that Micah Kinard, the lead vocalist of Oh, Sleeper, would be filling in on bass. They have since added Kyle Kolesch to be permanent bassist.

Alesana (2010–2012)

Almost immediately after he left Greeley Estates, Torres joined rock band Alesana when their guitarist, Jake Campbell, left the band to be with his family. Torres went through all of Warped Tour 2010 with Alesana and is included on the band's fourth studio album, A Place Where the Sun Is Silent. In 2012 Alex Torres left Alesana for personal reasons. Since his departure, Jake Campbell rejoined Alesana.

Dead Rabbitts (2012–2015)

Most recently Torres joined The Dead Rabbitts, side project of Craig Mabbitt replacing Kevin "Thrasher" Gruft. On May 14, 2014, the band streamed a preview via Tragic Hero Records announcing the release of their first single "My Only Regret" and news regarding the album. The band announced on May 16 the title of their new album, Shapeshifter (2014), a track list, and a release date. During this time, he was also the touring bassist for Escape The Fate before Max Georgiev took over. After leaving The Dead Rabbits, he became a Police officer.

Discography

With Eyes Set to Kill
  • When Silence Is Broken, The Night Is Torn (Self-released, 2006)
  • With Greeley Estates
  • Go West Young Man, Let the Evil Go East (Science Records, 2008)
  • No Rain, No Rainbow (Tragic Hero Records, 2010)
  • With Alesana
  • A Place Where The Sun Is Silent (Epitaph Records, 2011)
  • With Dead Rabbitts
  • Shapeshifter (Tragic Hero Records, 2014)
  • Videography

    With Greeley Estates
  • "Blue Morning"
  • "If She Only Knew"
  • With Alesana
  • "Circle VII: Sins of the Lion"
  • "Lullaby of the Crucified"
  • With The Dead Rabbitts
  • "Edge of Reality"
  • "Deer In the Headlights"
  • References

    Alex Torres (musician) Wikipedia


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