band: Fear The Masses
STICK SIZE: 2B
Good to meet you! I’m Jon, better known as Savage Drumming. I’ve been in many bands that have sold out countless venues, and most recently, I’ve been playing with Fear The Masses since mid 2018. I’ve had a blast adjusting to new styles of music and evolving as each year passes. FTM is a band of many backgrounds: some hip-hop, prog, metalcore, and djent. We all come together, combining our backgrounds into one cohesive sound to share our message. We educate the masses on ‘the wool they love to pull over your eyes’.
Over the years, my bands have sold out The Webster, Fete Music Hall, The Palladium, Toads Place, Cherry Street Station and so many more. I’ve been lucky and extremely fortunate to work with so many talented musicians over the years; opening up for bands like Attila, Ice Nine Kills, Danzig, Butcher Babies, Otep, Falling In Reverse, Shadows Fall, Protest The Hero, Light The Torch, I The Breather, Deception Of A Ghost, and Puddle of Mudd (just to name a few).
I was also sponsored by Raze Energy and Trinity Cymbals, prior to working with Collision Drumsticks. I take pride in being a member of a family, not just a number to a company that doesn’t even know my name. I chose to reach out to Collision Drumsticks because they embody the same ideals that I have and that I look for in a working relationship. Family, respect, value, and effort.
WHY DO YOU PLAY COLLISION?
My favorite thing about the Collision brand is their desire to maintain a personal connection with their endorsees. Personal handwritten notes and regular phone calls from the owner ensure that I never feel like just a customer, but a member of the family.
I would recommend Collision Drumsticks to anyone who wants a personal experience with a company that actually cares about you, a company that provides a quality product and stands behind it, but most importantly never treats you like just a number. You are never just an order number, you are a member of the Collision Drumstick family whether you’ve bought one pair, or 40 pairs