Matt Deis

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Matt Deis
Deis with CKY in 2009
Deis with CKY in 2009
Background information
Years active2003 (2003)–present
Member ofAll That Remains, Thompson Square
Formerly ofCKY

Matt Deis is an American bass guitarist. Originally from West Springfield, Massachusetts, he is best known as the bassist of the rock band CKY with whom he performed with between 2005 and 2010, returning in 2015 and departing again in 2019, and the current bassist of metalcore band All That Remains, with whom he performed between 2003 and 2005, but made his return in 2022. From 2019 to 2020, Deis performed with American Idol finalist Tristan McIntosh. As of summer 2021, Deis is the touring bassist for the country music artist, Thompson Square.

Early life[edit]

Deis lived in New Hampshire until the age of four until his family moved to West Springfield, Massachusetts. He started taking guitar lessons from Oli Herbert of All That Remains, and eventually started playing bass guitar for the band. During his time in All That Remains, Deis co-wrote and played bass on their album This Darkened Heart. Tours with bands such as Gwar, Slipknot, As I Lay Dying, and Killswitch Engage followed.


Deis with CKY in 2009

In 2005, Deis auditioned for and subsequently joined CKY. He has since toured across the United States, Australia and Europe with the band.

In 2010, Deis departed CKY stating he was unable to commit to the band while experiencing health issues.

In 2015, Deis reunited with CKY for a concert in Cleveland, Ohio which benefited the family of Ryan Dunn. CKY then entered the studio with Deis to record the album The Phoenix. Deis appeared in the music videos for the songs "Head For a Breakdown", "Replaceable", and "Wiping Off the Dead". In the summer of 2019, Deis released a statement outlining his departure for the band and offering his support and thanks to the band, their crew, and their fans.[1]



  1. ^ Johnson, Kevin (June 5, 2019). "Matt Deis Leaves CKY". No Treble. Retrieved October 8, 2021.

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