Jordan Hastings performing with Alexisonfire
|Also known as||Ratbeard|
March 15, 1982 |
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
|Genres||Post-hardcore, punk, metalcore, alternative rock|
|Associated acts||Alexisonfire, Jersey, The Black Lungs, Cunter, Hoodrat, Chapter One, Johnny One Punch|
Jordan "Ratbeard" Hastings (born March 15, 1982) is a Canadian musician born in Hamilton, Ontario but raised in Burlington, Ontario. He is best known as the former drummer of Alexisonfire, having replaced their former drummer and founding member Jesse Ingelevics. Hastings was originally intended to be a temporary replacement, but then became a full member, with his first album with the band being Crisis in 2006.
In 2011, Hastings co-created, with Joel Carriere, the Dine Alone Records side project D. A. Foods. In mid-2012 he co-founded a cigar and tobacco store in Burlington, Ontario, Village Cigar Company.
Hastings is now drummer for the trio Say Yes who consists of guitarist/vocalist Adam Michael and bassist/vocalist Michael Zane and will release their debut self-titled EP August 19th 2014 with Dine Alone Records.
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