Dave Lombardo of Slayer and Dave Amato from REO Speedwagon were the latest interview guest of Ron Onesti’s ‘Artists On Lockdown’ and talked about how they are spending their days during the coronavirus outbreak.
Dave Lombardo is a Cuban-American drummer who is known as of the most talented drummers of the era and the co-founding member of Slayer. He is working with many bands named Fantomas, Suicidal Tendencies, Dead Cross, Misfits, and Mr. Bungle and left the Slayer for good in 2013 after the Soundwave festival.
In his latest interview with Ron Onesti, Dave shared what he’s doing during the coronavirus outbreak and how did it help him to focus on his music for a while. While sharing the process of recording and drumming in his home, he also announced that he did a song for ICE-T and the song will be released soon.
Here is what he said:
“I moved to Ventura approximately two years ago. And I wanted to get into a house where I can set up a studio, set up some drums, and, fortunately, pandemic hit and made me just focus on everything — all drums and recording here at home.
And I’ve been able to knock out some projects. I did a song for Ice-T. That was the first song I did here, which was a remake of ‘Colors’. And let’s see what else… I worked on this really bizarre project, Satanic Planet.
So there’s been a lot of productivity, which I’m really fortunate and happy that things have been — still, even with this pandemic, I’ve been able to stay busy and productive.”
You can check out the whole interview below.
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