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Tim, Shreditor in Chief
ShreditorTim
Detroit, MI, USA
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Primarily rhythm guitar and vocals, Tim currently provides the majority of songwriting services in the band and is currently acting manager. Primarily influenced by Breaking Benjamin, Avenged Sevenfold, and Trivium, Tim brings a virtuosic, yet lyrical style of guitar to the band's performances.
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Tim, Shreditor in Chief
@ShreditorTim
Detroit, MI, USA
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Primarily rhythm guitar and vocals, Tim currently provides the majority of songwriting services in the band and is currently acting manager. Primarily influenced by Breaking Benjamin, Avenged Sevenfold, and Trivium, Tim brings a virtuosic, yet lyrical style of guitar to the band's performances.
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Takin Back the Name
Here's a sneak peek for a new track we'll be releasing on our OFFICIAL DEBUT EP. Follow us on Spotify to get updates on our upcoming releases! #ShredVibesOnly more
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I Rise
GET STOKED because #iRise​ is a fiery banger with a nasty attitude by #ShreditorInChief​, Timothy Martuch (ASCAP). There's something of a story behind what this song is about, if you're interested, maybe the #Shreditor​ can put together a video about it. Now for some history:: This song began on November 28th of 2016, as a riff that Tim presented to a bandmate in The Runarounds. It was originally intended to be written as something of any anthem and was aptly named by the bandmate "F*** Yeah." Because the content presented by the former bandmate didn't particularly resonate with the riff's composer, Tim decided he'd keep the riff from the unfinished song when The Runarounds stopped working together on new music. Fast forward nearly 3 years, to November 16th, 2019. This is when Tim began work on the song as it exists today. This process was more passive than most of Tim's work. Periodically adding to the instrumental. By the time the lyrics were started, on February of 2020, the instrumental has been finished for about a month. more
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