Tony Choy

Tony Choy (born June 11, 1971) is a Cuban-American electric bassist.[1] He was a session musician for some well-known technical death metal bands such as Atheist, Cynic and the Dutch band Pestilence. He is known for his use of the Slap & Pop playing technique, along with two-handed tapping.

Tony Choy
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Tony Choy (right) on stage with Atheist
Background information
Birth nameAntonio Choy
Born (1971-06-11) June 11, 1971 (age 48)
Havana, Cuba
Genres
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsBass guitar, vocals, drums
Associated actsAtheist, Cynic, Pestilence, Area 305, C-187
Website[https://www.tonychoymusic.com]

He was also the founding member of the Grammy nominated Latin pop group named Area 305.

DiscographyEdit

  • Cynic – "Demo 1990" (1990)
  • Cynic – "Roadrunner demo" (1991)
  • Atheist – Unquestionable Presence (1991)
  • Pestilence – Testimony of the Ancients (1991)
  • Atheist – Elements (1993)
  • Juan Gabriel – "Por Los Siglos" (2001)
  • Area 305 – "Area 305" (2002)
  • Area 305 – "Hay Que Cambiar" (2004)
  • C-187 – "Collision" (2007)
  • Pestilence – Resurrection Macabre (2009)
  • Atheist – "Unquestionable Presence: Live At Wacken" (2009)
  • Area 305 – "Versión 2.0" (2010)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Former Atheist/Cynic Bassist Launches Synkronizity". Blabbermouth.net. February 11, 2011. Retrieved July 8, 2011.[permanent dead link]