Pascual Romero

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Pascual Romero
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Background information
Born (1980-01-06) January 6, 1980 (age 35)
Origin Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Genres heavy metal, death metal, grindcore, metalcore, progressive metal, swing
Occupation(s) bassist, songwriter, film producer, actor
Years active 1993 – present
Labels Victory Records
Comatose Records
Grindhead Records
Relapse Records
Century Media Records
Nuclear Blast Records
Alcatraz Records
Associated acts Pathology
In This Moment
Nothing Less
Public Recipe
Divine Heresy
Fear Factory
Notable instruments
Ibanez Basses
Carvin Amplifiers
Jackson Guitars
Ampeg Amplifiers
Peavey amplifiers

Pascual Romero (born Pascual Hilario Romero; January 6, 1980) is a film producer and musician from Los Angeles, California. Pascual is the former vocalist of the death metal band Pathology[1] He is also the former bassist of the bands Level-Zero, Public Recipe (with Tal B. of i5), Warped Tour band Nothing Less Warped Tour 2005 and is most well known for being the former bassist of In This Moment.
He is mentioned multiple times in the liner notes of the In This Moment albums Beautiful Tragedy and The Dream as well as the Daysend album The Warning.[2][3] He was the bassist of Tinhorn, as well as recording a solo project.

In film and TV production, he is a producer and writer for Rad Girls[4] on which he also appears as himself. What About Brian, Pushing Daisies, Heroes, and the film 3:10 To Yuma are among his most notable credits [5]. He was also credited as a producer for the Style Network.

Pascual is the son of civil rights activist and college professor, Hilario Romero[6] and Anthropologist Camille Belden. He now resides in his hometown of Santa Fe, NM and is married with one son, born in February of 2013.

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