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Steve Asheim

Birth name  Steve Asheim
Role  Drummer
Name  Steve Asheim
Years active  1987–present

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Born  January 17, 1970 (age 45) (1970-01-17)
Genres  Death metal, black metal
Instruments  Drums, percussion, guitar, piano, bass
Associated acts  Deicide Order of Ennead
Music groups  Deicide (Since 1987), Order of Ennead (Since 2007), Council of the Fallen
Movies  Roadrunner United: The Concert
Similar People  Glen Benton, Jack Owen, Brian Hoffman, Ralph Santolla, Kevin Quirion

Occupation(s)  Drummer, songwriter

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Steve Asheim (born January 17, 1970) is an American drummer and primary songwriter for the death metal band Deicide. Asheim endorses Pearl, Paiste, Vater, Axis and is known to collect guns, which can be seen in Deicide's DVD When London Burns. Asheim also plays guitar on the album Till Death Do Us Part. On November 20, 2007, Asheim joined the St. Petersburg, Florida-based death/black metal band Order of Ennead as their drummer.

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Biography

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Asheim's first instrument was the trumpet, but after a few months, he started playing self-taught drums at age 11 and began to play in small bands at 13. He did his first demo in a studio of one of his school teachers in Freehold, New Jersey. In that period, he developed his interest in extreme drumming. He left his former bandmates because they wanted to play Mötley Crüe, while he was interested in playing Metallica and Slayer. In 1985, he moved to Florida and joined "Carnage," where he met Eric and Brian Hoffman. "Carnage" covered Slayer, Exodus, Celtic Frost and Dark Angel songs. After Carnage disbanded in 1986, Asheim and the Hoffman brothers started writing the early "Amon" songs. In 1987, they met Glen Benton and started demoing. Later, they changed the band name to Deicide.

Musical influences and tastes

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Asheim was inspired by bands such as Metallica, Slayer, Dark Angel, Destruction, and Sodom. and his main drumming influences include Peter Criss, Clive Burr, Buddy Rich, Lars Ulrich and Dave Lombardo. Asheim also plays lead and rhythm guitar, bass guitar and piano. He listens to classical piano to derive a better idea of what is possible in constructing songs and music.

Bank incident

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On 25 January 2007, when making a trip to a bank in Innsbruck, Austria to make a deposit from Deicide merchandise sales, Asheim was arrested on suspicion of connection with a recent bank robbery. Staff were perplexed by his appearance and attire, as well as the fact he was handling money marked in red dye. Detained by police in the local station, he explained the banknotes were legitimate proceeds from touring, and that he had a leaky pen in his pocket which was responsible for the money's discoloration. He was released without further charge.

References

Steve Asheim Wikipedia


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