Daniel Wilding

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Daniel Wilding
Birth name Daniel Wilding
Born (1989-01-22) 22 January 1989 (age 28)
Kettering, England
Genres Death metal, technical death metal, grindcore
Occupation(s) Drummer
Instruments Drums
Years active 2005–present
Associated acts Trigger the Bloodshed, Heaven Shall Burn, Carcass, The Soulless, Aborted

Daniel "Dan" Wilding (born 22 January 1989 in Kettering, England) is an English drummer from Chichester, England.


Wilding started playing drums at the age of 10[1] and at the age of 16 joined his first band called Killing Mode. After Killing Mode disbanded he formed a black metal band called Misery. In 2007 Wilding joined Belgian death metal act Aborted. With them he had recorded Strychnine.213, released in 2008. In 2009 he left Aborted and joined UK technical death metal band Trigger the Bloodshed. He also plays drums for melodic death metal group The Soulless and blackened death metal band The Order of Apollyon. In 2011 he has begun serving as touring drummer for German metalcore band Heaven Shall Burn. In 2012 it was announced that Wilding will also be the drummer for grindcore/death metal veterans Carcass and recorded their latest album titled Surgical Steel.


Wilding uses Tama drums, Meinl cymbals and Vic Firth sticks.


With Aborted[edit]

With The Order of Apollyon[edit]

With Trigger the Bloodshed[edit]

  • Degenerate (2010, Rising Records)
  • Kingdom Come EP (2011, Independently Released)

With Heaven Shall Burn[edit]

  • Veto (2013, Century Media Records, guest appearance)

With Carcass[edit]