Tim Yeung (MORBID ANGEL, DIVINE HERESY, VITAL REMAINS, HATE ETERNAL) is selling his 2006 seven-piece double-bass Ddrum Dominion Ash kit with custom paint via eBay.Says Yeung: "It was one of the first double-bass kits made by Ddrum and has been seen in multiple video and photo shoots with me and has been on multiple tours and recordings from 2006 to 2008. I used this kit to record the first DIVINE HERESY album, 'Bleed The Fifth', which was released in summer in 2007 and did all of the major touring for that album with it as well. It was also featured in Drum! magazine with me in the spring 2008 issue. It was also used in the DIVINE HERESY 'Failed Creation' and 'Bleed The Fifth' videos as well as the YouTube DIVINE HERESY 'jam session' video." With the inspiration of a songwriting mother and artistic father, Tim began playing drums in 1990 at the age of eleven. Within a few short years he was recording demos and playing live shows within the local muisc scene in upstate New York. He attended Hochstein School Of Music in Rochester and got his first big break in 1997 when he joined the death metal band HATE ETERNAL. Now based in Los Angeles, Yeung has performed and worked with such national acts as ALL THAT REMAINS, HANK WILLIAMS III, NILE, VITAL REMAINS and DECREPIT BIRTH. His straddling of the extreme and mainstream is perhaps best reflected in his work with his band DIVINE HERESY, whose music features elements of extreme death metal as well as more mainstream genres. For more information, visit Tim's official web site at TimYeung.com.
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