Glass Casket

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Glass Casket
Also known asGadrel (2001-2004)
OriginWinston-Salem, North Carolina, United States
GenresDeathcore,[1] metalcore,[1][2][1]
Years active2001–present
LabelsAbacus
Associated actsBetween the Buried and Me, Columns, Wretched, The Faceless
WebsiteGlass Casket on Myspace
MembersAdam Cody
Dustie Waring
Blake Richardson
Sid Menon
Wes Hauch
Past membersIan Tuten
Jake Troth

Glass Casket is a deathcore band from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. They were originally called Gadrel when releasing their first demo To Cherish a Falsity; the band formed after several members' previous band Narayan broke up. Dustie Waring and Blake Richardson are also members of Between the Buried and Me, and Adam Cody is a member of metal band Wretched and the grindcore band Columns. Jake Troth, who joined Glass Casket prior to the recording of A Desperate Man's Diary, also played in Columns, but left the band in 2007.

Guitarist Dustie Waring has stated on Between the Buried and Me's message board that Glass Casket is writing a new record, and were set to be releasing it sometime in 2013, stating it will be more "brutal" than A Desperate Man's Diary. In January 2014, Glass Casket announced Wes Hauch (formerly of The Faceless) as their new guitarist.[3]

Members[edit]

Current line-up[4]
Former members[4]
  • Ian Blake Tuten - guitars (2001-2006)
  • Jake Troth - guitars (2006-2013) (ex-Columns, ex-Desist, Seneca)
Timeline

Discography[edit]

Demo
  • To Cherish a Falsity (2002)
Studio albums
  • We Are Gathered Here Today (February 10, 2004; Reissued March 21, 2006)
  • Desperate Man's Diary (June 27, 2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Staff(s). "Glass Casket". Last.fm. Retrieved November 27, 2015.
  2. ^ Mason, Stewart. "Glass Casket". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 31 March 2011.
  3. ^ Kennelty, Greg (February 17, 2015). "Guitarist Wes Hauch leaves THE FACELESS To Join Reactivated GLASS CASKET". Metal Injection. Retrieved November 27, 2015.
  4. ^ a b "Glass Casket". Encyclopedia Metallum. Retrieved November 27, 2015.