Will Hunt on DRUM! Magazine Cover

Check out Vater Artist Will Hunt on the cover of the current issue of DRUM! Magazine (Nov. 2011 issue)!

Will opens up about his work with Tommy Lee, Evanescence, Static-X, Motley Crue and so many more artists that have filled his career, plus his musical background and more.



Posted by Chad on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 11:19 AM

Vater Artist Video: Fred Eltringham (K.D. Lang)

We caught up with Vater Artist Fred Eltringham at the Boston, MA stop of K.D. Lang's US Tour in September.

Fred has worked with The Wallflowers, Dixie Chicks, Ben Kweller, Pistol Annies, Tracy Bonham, Juliana hatfield, Tears for Fears and many more. Fred took a few minutes to discuss his musical background, influences, carrer advice and the various Vater products he uses.

Posted by Chad on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 11:04 AM

Vater Welcomes Debbi Peterson of The Bangles

The Bangles are a hugely popular and successful all-female rock group from Los Angeles, California. The band first formed in 1981. The original line-up was: Susanna Hoffs(vocals/guitar), Victoria Peterson (vocals/guitar), Vicki's sister Debbi Peterson (drums/vocals) and Annette Zilinskas (bass/vocals).




The group hailed from the 80's L.A. Paisley Underground music scene and released their self-titled debut EP in 1982. Zilinskas subsequently left the band and was replaced by singer/bassist Michael Steele of The Runaways. The group's first full-length album "All Over the Place" was released in 1984.

The 1986 follow-up album "Different Light" beget two smash songs: the plaintive lament "Manic Monday" peaked at #2 on the US Billboard pop charts and the dynamic "Walk Like an Egyptian" soared all the way to #1 not only in America, but also in Britain, Australia, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands as well. The band scored a #2 US Billboard chart hit in 1987 with a cover of the Simon & Garfunkel song "Hazy Shade of Winter".

In 1989, The Bangles had another massive smash with the lovely ballad "Eternal Flame", which peaked at the #1 spot in the United States, England, Norway, Sweden, Australia and the Netherlands. Alas, tensions amongst the band members steadily mounted and the group broke up in 1989.

In 1999, The Bangles got back together to record the song "Get the Girl" for the soundtrack of the hit comedy Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999). The group then released "Doll Revolution" in 2003. August 2007 saw the release of their first official live DVD, Return to Bangleonia - Live in Concert.


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In the spring of 2009, the band returned to the studio to begin work on a new album.The Bangles have since released thenew album, "Sweetheart of the Sun" on Sept. 27, 2011 and are currently on a promo tour in support of it including recent performances on Good Morning America and Dancing With The Stars.


Debbi Peterson uses the Vater 5A in Nylon tip


Posted by Chad on Friday, October 21, 2011 10:11 AM

Vater Artists top Billboard Charts

A Huge Congratulations to Vater Artists Will Hunt (Evanescence) and Jeremy Spencer (Five Finger Death Punch) for topping the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts this week!

Evanescence hit #1 with their self-titled album, selling over 127,000 copies.
Five Finger Death Punch hit #3 with "American Capitalist",  selling 90,509 copies.



Will Hunt uses the Vater Virgil Donati's Assault.

Jeremy Spencer uses the Vater 5B Wood and Skull Slick Nut Cymbal Fasteners.

Posted by Chad on Thursday, October 20, 2011 12:05 PM

Video Feature-Joe Sirois (Mighty Mighty Bosstones)

Mighty Mighty Bosstones drummer Joe Sirois has been a Vater Artist since 1993. We caught up with Joe at the Middle East in Cambridge, MA where he was playing with his side project, Roll The Tanks, just a few days before the two Bosstones shows at Boston's Fenway Park opening for Dropkick Murphy's. In this video, Joe talks about what got him into drumming, Bosstones' history, why the Vater 3A Wood Tip has been his stick of choice and more.



Posted by Chad on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 10:17 AM

Video Feature-Jay Lane of Primus

The Vater crew caught up with Jay Lane at soundcheck on Primus' first US Tour Date in Boston, MA. Jay took a few minutes at soundcheck to chat about his background, re-joining Primus, why he uses the Vater 52nd Street Jazz, Vintage Bomber Beater and Bamboo Splashsticks.


Check out Primus' new album, "Green Naugahyde" here:

Posted by Chad on Thursday, October 06, 2011 3:34 PM
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