Ex-SLAYER Drummer DAVE LOMBARDO Discusses Artwork Built From Rhythm (Video)

Ex-SLAYER Drummer DAVE LOMBARDO Discusses Artwork Built From Rhythm (Video)

Former SLAYER and current PHILM drummer Dave Lombardo has collaborated with art team SceneFour on an art collection built from the new medium of rhythm-on-canvas.

A short video clip of Lombardo talking about the collection, which will be unveiled on November 21, can be seen below.

Get exclusive information on the process involved and the opportunity to see the work before it's unveiled publicly by joining the interest list at DaveLombardoArt.com.

SceneFour is the Los Angeles-based creativity house that has spearheaded the "collaborative art" movement through groundbreaking canvas work with the likes of RZA of WU-TANG CLAN, Chuck D of PUBLIC ENEMY and Bootsy Collins.

How it's done: Hundreds of drum bursts are recorded, reduced to light impulses, digitized, evaluated by several photographers, graphic artists and all under the direction of the music artist.

An experienced team of creatives spends over 100 hours creating a unique product mammoth in size, stunning in composition.

SceneFour creative director Cory Danziger states: "This is something different than what people are used to seeing. It's a new medium. It's not acrylic or oil, it's light and color and sound captured. The rhythm is on display for you to see."

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