Nick Augusto

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Nick Augusto
Born (1986-08-04) 4 August 1986 (age 28)
Ft. Lauderdale. FL
Genres Metalcore, heavy metal, thrash metal, grindcore
Occupations Drummer
Instruments Drums
Years active 2010-present
Labels Roadrunner
Associated acts Trivium, Maruta, Metal Militia, Ends of the Earth

Nick Augusto (born 4 August 1986) is an American drummer, best known as the former drummer of heavy metal band Trivium, in which he played from 2009 to 2014.

Career[edit]

He replaced Travis Smith on 4 February 2010.[1] Since joining Trivium, Augusto has recorded: "Shattering the Skies Above"—which featured on the God of War: Blood & Metal EP— a cover of Sepultura's "Slave New World", In Waves.[2] and the bands latest album, Vengeance Falls. Before joining Trivium, Augusto was the drummer for the Floridian grindcore band Maruta,[3] as well as Metal Militia, in which he played with Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto. According to Gregoletto, Nick had been friends with the band for some time: "The first time I ever rehearsed was at Nick's house."[citation needed]

According to Metal Hammer Magazine and Paolo Gregoletto of Trivium, he goes by the stage alias "Daddy Magnum".

On May 7, 2014, it was announced that Trivium had parted ways with Nick during their tour with Volbeat, with a statement from Gregoletto citing offstage differences between Matt, Corey and Paolo, and Nick.

Nick uses Pearl and DW bass drum pedals. He also uses Pro-Mark drumsticks (Millennium II American Hickory 5B with nylon tip).

Discography[edit]

  • Implosive Disgorgence – Chapters EP
  • Entropy - "Protean"
  • Infernaeon – A Symphony of Suffering
  • Entropy - "This Tide As Manifest Destiny" EP
  • Maruta – In Narcosis
  • Ends Of The Earth – Rebirth EP

With Trivium:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TRIVIUM ANNOUNCE NEW DRUMMER - Roadrunner Records UK". Roadrunnerrecords.co.uk. 2010-02-04. Retrieved 2011-11-18. 
  2. ^ "Trivium ‘Slave New World’ Sepultura Cover – World Exclusive". Metal Hammer. 
  3. ^ "Nick Augusto". MetalSucks. Retrieved 2011-11-18.