John Haughm

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John Haughm
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Background information
Born (1975-09-14) September 14, 1975 (age 43)
Butte, Montana
GenresProgressive metal, black metal, doom metal, death metal, post-rock, folk metal, ambient
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter, graphic designer
InstrumentsGuitar, bass, drums, keyboards, synthesizer, vocals
Years active1990–present
LabelsThe End, Vendlus, Profound Lore, Eisenwald Tonschmiede, Anthem, Dammerung Arts
Associated actsAgalloch, Sculptured, Nothing, Nest
Websitewww.dammerungarts.com

John Haughm (born September 14, 1975) is a heavy metal musician and artist from the United States who currently plays for Pillorian.[1] He is most known for being the vocalist, guitarist and founder of the band Agalloch. He also designed the layout for the album Embodiment: Collapsing Under the Weight of God by death metal band Sculptured, as well as for all of the releases, shirts, and promotional material for Agalloch.

Born in 1975, John Haughm grew up in Montana, and played in several metal bands as a teenager, some of which were with future Agalloch bassist Jason Walton. Eventually, Haughm and Walton moved to Portland where they met Don Anderson, guitarist of Sculptured, and found that they had "tremendously similar taste in music and cinema". Haughm formed Agalloch in January 1996, and had a brief stint in Sculptured, performing as the drummer on Apollo Ends.[2]

Discography[edit]

With Agalloch[edit]

With Sculptured[edit]

With Nothing[edit]

  • Nondescript: Ouroborus Vermiform (guest vocals, CD 1999)

With Nest[edit]

With Nostalgia[edit]

With Art of the Black Blood[edit]

With Pillorian[edit]

Solo[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schafer, Joseph. "Introducing Pillorian (Ex-Agalloch, Uada)". Invisible Oranges. Disqus. Retrieved September 16, 2016.
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgO2wXnozUk
  3. ^ Wilhelm, Andrew. Agalloch's John Haughm Releases Solo 7" Archived 2011-12-19 at the Wayback Machine crustcake.com. 30 September 2011. Retrieved on 22 January 2012.

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