|Bryant Clifford Meyer
Meyer singing live during a performance of "Gentle Time", from 2000's Celestial
||Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
||Post-metal, experimental, post-rock, progressive metal, sludge metal
||Sampling, keyboard, guitar, vocals
||1994 – present
||Hydra Head Records, Ipecac Recordings, Conspiracy Records, Robotic Empire
||Isis, Red Sparowes, The Gersch, Windmills by the Ocean, Taiga, Tombs, Palms
Bryant Clifford Meyer (sometimes credited as Clifford Meyer, BC Meyer, Cliff Meyer or Bryant C Meyer) is a keyboardist, guitarist and vocalist,[n 1] best known for his tenure with Los Angeles, California-based post-metal band Isis. He was with the band since its debut full-length, Celestial, in 2000. Previously, he was a formative member of Boston-based rock band The Gersch. He is also a member of post-rock side projects Red Sparowes, Windmills by the Ocean and a solo project named Taiga.
In April 2012 it was announced that Meyer had joined Chino Moreno of Deftones, along with former bandmates Aaron Harris and Jeff Caxide, in a side project by the name of Palms. Their first album was originally slated for release in 2012, but eventually was put out by Ipecac Recordings in 2013.
With Red Sparowes
With The Gersch
With Windmills by the Ocean
Notes and references
- ^ He sings on "Hym", from Oceanic, and "Gentle Time", from Celestial.
- ^ Meyer provided synths for several of the tracks.