Odd Project

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Odd Project
Michael Jagmin.jpg
2006 - Christian, Scott, Jag, Eric
Background information
Origin Orange County, CA
Genres Hardcore punk (early), heavy metal, metalcore, post-hardcore (later)
Years active 2000–2007
Labels Indianola
Associated acts Of Mice & Men, Me Versus the Moon, Of An Era
Website ddproject.com
Members Mike Knowlton
Jon Kintz
Past members Michael "Jag" Jagmin
Matt Lamb
Scott Zschomler
Greg Pawloski
Eric Cline
Christian Escobar
Mike Gordon

Odd Project was a metal band (earlier stuff hardcore punk) from Orange County, California, which originally formed in 2000 and has recorded a few demos which resulted in a multi-album deal with Indianola Records. Odd Project then entered the recording studio at Zing Studio's (Killswitch Engage, From Autumn to Ashes, The Agony Scene) and recorded "The Second Hand Stopped" in just less than two weeks. With this release, they toured for over a month and a half and managed to win a spot on the main stage at Hellfest 2004.[1]


The band was voted the "#1 Metal Band" on the now defunct MP3.com.[1] The band has played with national acts such as Avenged Sevenfold, Atreyu, Killswitch Engage, and Norma Jean. The band has also appeared in magazines, such as Alternative Press, Metal Hammer, Revolver, and Amp.[1]

On December 17, 2006 it was announced via their official Myspace page they would be changing their name, because of extensive member changes.

Lead vocalist, Michael "Jag" Jagmin, officially left Odd Project in 2006 to become the front for A Skylit Drive.

Band members[edit]


  • April 2002 Demo
  • October 2002 Demo
  • July 2003 Demo


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