Steve Zing

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Steve Zing
Birth name Steven Paul Grecco
Born (1964-06-29) June 29, 1964 (age 50)
Instruments Drums, bass guitar
Associated acts Danzig, Implosion, Mourning Noise, The Undead, Samhain, Chyna, Son of Sam, Marra's Drug

Steve Zing (born Steven Paul Grecco June 29, 1964) is an American drummer. He has drummed for Implosion, Mourning Noise, and The Undead before joining Samhain.

He graduated from Lodi High School in 1982 with Eerie Von and Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. Steve left Samhain in July 1985 shortly after the Unholy Passion EP was released. He was replaced by London May and returned briefly to The Undead in 1986. He later formed Chyna and played briefly for Rubella Umbrella in 1996.[1]

In 1999, Steve returned to Samhain for the reunion tour, playing the first half of the show on drums, and the second on bass. He later recorded with Son of Sam, which included AFI vocalist Davey Havok, then-Danzig guitarist Todd Youth and former Samhain and Tiger Army drummer London May. The album featured guest appearances by Glenn Danzig and then-Danzig drummer Joey Castillo.

Steve now fronts his own horrorpunk/heavy metal hybrid band, Marra's Drug. The band's first album Down Below was released on Long Live Crime Records, an indie label in Los Angeles. The band originally used the name Doomtree, but the name was changed due to legal reasons.

He also tours with Danzig playing bass, and the band occasionally plays Samhain songs live.

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  • Doomtree (now Marra's Drug)

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