|Name Paul Miner||Role Bassist|
|Albums If Looks Could Kill, I'd Watch You Die, Death for Life, Into the Valley of Death, Day of the Death, Death by Stereo/Ensign|
Music group Death by Stereo (1996 – 2005)
Similar People Efrem Schulz, Dan Palmer, Ian Fowles, Adam Blake, Todd Morse
It's Casual The Making Of The New Los Angeles II Paul Miner Killing it on bass guitar
Paul Miner (born December 4, 1976) is the bassist for Death by Stereo, who left the band early 2005 (right before the band's fourth album Death for Life), to produce, engineer, master, and mix music full-time. Previously he produced and engineered the first three Death by Stereo records, which is probably why the band's fourth album Death for Life, was a noticeable departure from their regular sound.
Paul was also in a band called Kill The Messenger, which was also signed to Indecision Records.
Paul is the brother of Jim Miner, the original guitarist, who left the band during the recording of Death by Stereo's third album Into the Valley of Death.
Paul and his brother Jim recently reunited with Death by Stereo in 2006 to record their upcoming fifth studio album, entitled Death Is My Only Friend, which is due for release in 2009.
Miner began producing other bands in the 2000s; among his credits are recordings by Touché Amoré, This Moment, Avenue of Escape, Suburban Crisis, New Found Glory, H2O, Atreyu, Thrice, Underminded and Acid Rain.