Arma Angelus

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Arma Angelus
Origin Chicago, Illinois
Genres Metalcore
Post-hardcore
Years active 1998–2002
Labels Eulogy Recordings
Let It Burn Records
Associated acts Fall Out Boy
Racetraitor
Rise Against
Holy Roman Empire
The Killing Tree
Past members Pete Wentz[1]
Tim McIlrath[1]
Jay Jancetic
Daniel Binaei
Adam Bishop
Timothy Miller
Christopher Gutierrez
Patrick Stump
Joe Trohman

Arma Angelus was a metalcore band from Chicago, USA. The band was formed in 1998 and broke up in 2002. Members of the band were Pete Wentz[1] (vocals, also bass guitarist in Fall Out Boy and Black Cards), Tim McIlrath[1] (bass guitar, now lead singer of Rise Against), Jay Jancetic (guitar, last played guitar for the Chicago band called "Holy Roman Empire"), Daniel Binaei (guitarist), Adam Bishop (guitarist, now an English teacher at Liberty High School in Bakersfield, California) and Timothy Miller (drums, Last played drums for Arizona based punk band Last Action Zeros & now owner of Immortal Art Tattoo & Body Piercing, located in Scottsdale, Arizona).

After McIlrath left to form Rise Against, he was replaced in 1999 by Christopher Gutierrez (known to Fall Out Boy fans as the "Hey, Chris" in "Grenade Jumper" from Take This to Your Grave). Gutierrez is now a touring author and spoken word artist.[2] He was replaced as bass guitarist for one tour by Joseph Trohman (also a guitarist in Fall Out Boy and in The Damned Things). He was replaced mid-tour when the band flew Chris Gutierrez out to New York for the final half of their tour, including a stop at CBGBs. In the last Arma Angelus concert, Patrick Stump played drums, Pete Wentz sang and Joe Trohman played guitar, along with Adam Bishop, and Christopher Gutierrez on bass guitar.[citation needed]

Influences[edit]

The band's primary influence was Damnation A.D.

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
Extended plays
  • The Personal Is Political (Demo) (2000)
  • The Grave End of the Shovel EP (2000), Let It Burn Records
Guest appearances
  • Things We Don't Like We Destroy: Let It Burn Sampler (2002), Let It Burn Records

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Rise Against Wish Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco Would Educate Crowds MTV News. Viacom. Retrieved October 13, 2011.
  2. ^ Gutierrez's publishing company = http://www.deadxstop.com/