Joey Karam

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Joseph Karam is an American musician known for singing and playing keyboard/synth in The Locust[1] and also formerly was the drummer of the band Le Shok, as well as vocalist for hardcore straight edge band Resist. As of 2010, he is still a full-time member of The Locust and also plays keyboards live with One Day As A Lion.[2]

Karam and fellow The Locust member and drummer Gabe Serbian together formed the duo Skinwalker in 2010.

He performed guest vocals and keyboards on the track "Total Gore?" and keyboards on the track "Of Human Pride and Flatulence" from Cattle Decapitation's 2006 album Karma. Bloody. Karma.[3]

Karam plays an assortment of analog synthesizers, including various Moog models and a patch-panel modular synth.

Karam has joined One Day as a Lion on keyboard. He was not on the band's only album (self-titled EP) but he joined for their live shows. He is touring with them and they were hoping to release an album during 2011, though it has yet to be announced.

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  1. ^ http://www.villagevoice.com/2002-04-23/music/music/
  2. ^ http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/rage-singer-zack-de-la-rocha-debuts-new-band-20100719
  3. ^ http://www.rocknworld.com/thrashpit/reviews/06/CattleDecapitation.shtml
  4. ^ http://www.popmatters.com/music/reviews/l/locust-plague.shtml