Rhim

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Rhim
The Birthday Massacre 2011.jpeg
The Birthday Massacre. Left to right: Rhim, Rainbow, Chibi, Owen, Nate Manor, Michael Falcore
Background information
Birth name James Davis
Also known as Rhim
Born (1973-09-24) September 24, 1973 (age 41)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Genres Electronic rock, industrial rock
Occupations Musician, songwriter, sound designer
Instruments Drums, percussion
Years active 1998–present
Labels Metropolis Records, Repo Records
Associated acts The Birthday Massacre, Fallon And The Grace Dynasty, Walking With Strangers, The Gnarly Ones
Website www.Myspace.com/Rhim

Rhim (James Davis, born September 24, 1973) is a Toronto based musician and sound designer/engineer best known as the drummer for the band The Birthday Massacre[1] since he joined in 2003. As a sound designer for the St. Catharine's based video game developer Silicon Knights, he worked on games including the Xbox 360 title Too Human.[citation needed]

In 2010, Rhim joined the band Fallon Bowman and the Grace Dynasty.[2] The band played a series of live shows and announced their forthcoming debut album. Soon after the recording of the album, the decision was made for Fallon Bowman to drop the Grace Dynasty from the band's name and to continue it as solo project. The album, Human Conditional, was released on January 25, 2011.[3]

Previously, he played and recorded with Toronto rock band Aphasia (now known as A Primitive Evolution) and Canadian singer/songwriter Mike Lynch. Also, he was a member of both the Niagara and Hamilton Youth Orchestras.[citation needed]

Rhim endorses ddrum acoustic drums and Dream cymbals.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iwasaki, Scott (June 6, 2008). "Web a big plus for Massacre", Deseret News, p. W10.
  2. ^ "The Birthday Massacre's Myspace blog - 2 New Bands!". 
  3. ^ "Fallon Bowman Human Conditional". 
  4. ^ "Dreamcymbals - James "Rhim" Davis". DreamCymbals. Retrieved 11 August 2011. 

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