ARCHIVES, NEWS - posted on June 25, 2016 by

‘Dark Vintages’ debuts

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Forged in the molten primordial fires at the birth of Heavy Metal, Dark Vintages plays your favorite Classic headbanging songs of the 70’s and 80’s. AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and Black Sabbath reign supreme in the world of Dark Vintages!

…And they’re also just 5 dudes that crank the songs they love and grew up with, as a fun little side project to their respective serious original Canadian Metal bands.
 

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Dark Vintages is (L-R):

Sean Williamson (VARGA) – Guitars
Gerry Schreinert (ENTROPY) – Vocals
Mike Harshaw (PRISMIND/ex-ANNIHILATOR) – Drums
Kelly Kereliuk (PRISMIND) – Guitars
John Mamone (PRISMIND) – Bass/Backing Vocals

Member Links:

DARK VINTAGES
www.facebook.com/DARKVINTAGES

VARGA
www.facebook.com/VargaHQ

PRISMIND
www.facebook.com/prismindband

ENTROPY
www.facebook.com/groups/84004774653/
 

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ARCHIVES, NEWS - posted on April 3, 2016 by

Varga on ‘This Metal Webshow’ Podcast

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04/03/16 Some classic Varga on this episode of ThisMetalWebshow

 


 

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03/11/16 Thanks to ThisMetalWebshow.com for opening the show with ‘Three Section Staff”. \m/

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ARCHIVES, NEWS - posted on March 19, 2016 by

Joe Varga on The Barbershop Podcast – Bass Player Edition

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Joe Varga on The Barbershop Podcast hosted by our good friend Kevin Barber.
All Bass Player Edition – featuring Gerry Gregg and Tiny Basstank of Caym… a band that everybody should check out \m/.
No one supports our local music scene like Kevin.
Cheers brother!

 
 

Low down and dirty is the only way to go if you ask any bass player. With great tone comes great responsibility and the bass players who have the job thrust upon them never last and impress the way honest-to-goodness bass players come to their instrument.
Big, deep and heavy, the rumble and groove of the bass makes any kind of music better when it’s got a nice, round bottom. It’s no big surprise that those who handle the bottom end are responsible for far more than counting beats, they are the ones who make the girls dance. The bass is a sexy instrument not because of the way it looks, but because of the way it makes you feel.
Bass masters Tiny Basstank, Joe Varga and Gerry Gregg tune up and plug in and drop the groove.

I don’t think I had a better time than I did tonight. Chances are neither have you.
-Kevin Barber

Check out Varga on Episode #100 HERE

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