I had the pleasure to meet and talk with the founder of Death Division Jerry Montano who appears on Revelator #171. Jerry and I had a lengthy conversation about his diverse past into the music scene from his crazy move and start in the LA metal scene to playing with Nothingface, Danzing, touring with Pantera, and helping forming the band Hellyeah.
Jerry’s start and drive to be in the industry is bare none and he was able to share some amazing stories about meeting Dez from Coal Chamber, Snot, playing in Danny Carey from Tool’s old band and countless others in the mid 90’s.
Jerry also talks about great time from the past but also how sad it I that so many from that time are no longer around to enjoy the present.
Jerry speaks about touring and shares some amazing stories about Dim Bag Darrel as well.
Death Division has just released a brand new EP titled “Angels Of The Black Dawn, Part One” Jerry talks about the impact of this band and how personal this release is for him. He talks about the song “In Loving Memory” and the story about what and how it came together.
Jerry also has a non-profit origination called Bridging the Gap Recovery. They help musicians who are dealing with addiction and while on the road to recovery gain relief with their monthly bills. It’s a great cause to help people get the help they need while they get them self’s straight a while bridging the gap to recovery.
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