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Doc Coyle

Current Band:Vagus Nerve, Rebel Noise Group
Associations:Lamb of God, Trivium, God Forbid, Unearth, Vagus Nerve, Rebel Noise Group, Meytal Cohen
Services:Guitar Lessons, Live/Touring Bassist, Live/Touring Guitarist, Music Business Consulting, Session Bass, Session Guitars
Bio:Doc Coyle began his foray into the music industry with New Jersey metal band, God Forbid. Humble beginnings that started in the late 90's local DIY hardcore scene progressed into a 15 year professional career with God Forbid releasing 6 full length albums with Century Media and Victory records. The band earned a reputation as road warriors touring the world relentlessly with the biggest names in and festivals in heavy music including Slipknot, Machine Head, Gwar, Ozzfest, Mayhem Festival, and many more. Doc's professional career experience expanded performing as a fill-in touring member on lead guitar for heavyweights Lamb of God on a tour opening for Metallica in 2009, as well as stints on bass guitar, filling in with Trivium and Unearth. Although he announced his departure from God Forbid in 2013, Doc has been continuing his involvement as an artist in the music world with a multitude of band projects. He started an atmospheric, hard rock band, Vagus Nerve, which has an EP slated for release in late 2014. Rebel Noise Group is an All Star cover band show founded by Doc in New York City and is currently being launched in Los Angeles. In recent years, Doc has also stretched out and tried his hand as an Op-Ed writer for sites like Metalsucks.net and his own weblog DocCoyle.net, covering a range of topics from the music scene, sports, politics, race, relationship, and philosophy. He is now a Freelance Columnist for VH1.com and CreativeLive.com. In one's self evolution, exploring different creative outlets is imperative to personal growth. The journey is always more important than the destination. This is the journey.
Overall Rating: 5.00(5.0/5.0)

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listentoeyes

5
11-Mar-2017
PERFECT guitar solo. Hit the brief amazingly & came up with very intelligently thought out layered guitar lines (not rushed!) Cool to have a guest solo on my record from someone who I have listened to many times on CD & also seen in concert many years ago. Good job! Cheers! - EYES