Josh Newton

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Josh Newton
Birth name Joshua Newton
Born (1973-06-08) June 8, 1973 (age 41)
Origin New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
Genres Indie rock, post-hardcore, metalcore, emo, hard rock
Occupations Bassist
Instruments Bass, Vocals, Guitar
Years active 1991-Present
Labels Red Decibel, Vagrant Records, Epitaph Records
Associated acts Every Time I Die
With Knives
Shiner
From Autumn To Ashes
The Damned Things
Volbeat

Josh Newton (born June 8, 1973 in New Bedford, Massachusetts) is an American musician, perhaps best known for his tenure in Every Time I Die, playing bass guitar.[1] He is also the singer and guitarist of The Great Fire of Sixteen Sixty Six. Newton was a member of the following rock bands: Shiner, From Autumn To Ashes, Biology, Glazed Baby, Season to Risk, Iron Rite Mangle, Creamy, Shots Fired, The Damned Things, and Reggie and the Full Effect. Newton also did a tour playing rhythm guitar for Unsane in 1994 with Today Is The Day.


In August 2004, Newton was recruited to play bass for From Autumn To Ashes after original bassist Mike Pilato left. He met the band when they opened for Reggie and the Full Effect on the Vagrant America tour. Upon leaving FATA in August 2007, he was immediately invited to play bass with Every Time I Die for a tour with Underoath. He was recently announced via Twitter as the bassist for The Damned Things with members of Fall Out Boy and Anthrax.

Newton recently filled in on several shows for Danish rockers Volbeat when their bassist had to return to Denmark suddenly.

On October 12, 2011, it was announced that Newton and Every Time I Die had amicably parted ways, following the end of their international tour with The Acacia Strain.

One of Newton's current musical endeavour is With Knives, including The Damned Things bandmate Joe Trohman. The band has released an EP and are touring in the US. He's also been teasing material for a new project, Sie Lieben Maschinen. [1]

He is currently the guitar tech for Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy.

Discography[edit]

Artist Album Label
Glazed Baby Big Smoonya 7" Sweet Fetus Recordings
Glazed Baby Dead Men Don't Felch 7" Sick Of Music
Glazed Baby Ace Frehley 7" Get Off My Wagon zine
Glazed Baby Handgun 7" / CD EP Atomic Action
Glazed Baby Squeeze The Tail, Suck The Head 7"/ CD EP Allied Recordings
Glazed Baby Karmic Debt Red Decibel
Glazed Baby Train Song 7" Tour split with Season To Risk
Glazed Baby Atomic Communists Red Decibel
Season To Risk Men Are Monkeys, Robots Win Thick Records
Season To Risk Bee Stings and Poison Eggs 7" Supermodel Records
Season To Risk 92-97 Thick Records
Shiner Making Love EP Anodyne Records
Shiner Starless Owned and Operated Records.
Shiner The Egg Desoto Records
From Autumn To Ashes Abandon Your Friends Vagrant Records
The Life And Times The Flat End Of The Earth 54º40' Or Fight!
From Autumn To Ashes Cry Wolf soundtrack Lake Shore Records
From Autumn To Ashes ATV Off-Road Fury 4 Sony
From Autumn To Ashes Tony Hawk's American Wasteland Vagrant Records
Biology Making Moves Vagrant Records
From Autumn To Ashes These Speakers Don't Always Tell The Truth EP Vagrant Records
From Autumn To Ashes Holding A Wolf By The Ears Vagrant Records
From Autumn To Ashes Saw 4 soundtrack Trustkill Records
Every Time I Die New Junk Aesthetic Epitaph Records
Every Time I Die Saw 6 soundtrack Trustkill Records
Every Time I Die Shit Happens: The Series DVD / New Junk Aesthetic Epitaph Records
Every Time I Die Ex-Lives Epitaph Records
With Knives Schadenfreude Son Of Man Records
Shiner The Egg Son Of Man Records

Equipment[edit]

  • Sandberg California VS 4 (left-handed)
  • Orange Thunderverb 200
  • Orange AD200
  • Aguilar 4x12 & 8x10 cabinets
  • Fulltone OCD
  • Aguilar Tonehammer
  • Fuzzrocious Rat Tail
  • Fuzzrocious Dark Driving
  • Fuzzrocious Oh See Demon
  • Fuzzrocious Grey Stache Plus
  • Fuzzrocious Shinfo (one-off)
  • Fuzzrocious Oh See Demon w/ mods and kid paint

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ankeny, Jason. "Every Time I Die - Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 17 September 2014. 

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Interviews[edit]