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Belmont (band)

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Dec 17, 2021

Belmont is an American easycore band from Chicago, Illinois.

Belmont

Belmont in live show.
Background information
Origin Chicago, Illinois
Genres
Years active 2014 (2014)–present
Labels
Associated acts
Website https://belmont-il.bandcamp.com/
Members
  • Taz Johnson
  • Brian Lada
  • Alex Wieringa
  • Jason Inguagiato
Past members
  • Matt Fusi
  • Joey Legittino
  • Amal Sheth
  • Mauro Castillo
  • Alex Ceja
  • Sam Patt
  • Thomas Hollingsworth

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After forming in high school in 2014, Belmont self-released their debut EP titled Vicissitude which was produced by Mat Kerekes of Citizen and his brother.[1] In 2016, after solidifying their lineup, Belmont announced their signing to Mutant League Records and released the EP Between You & Me.[2][3] In 2017, Belmont released a music video for a new single Step Aside.[4] The band released ‘Belmont’ a self titled full-length album on August 17, 2018.[5]

Current
  • Taz Johnson – lead vocals (2014-present)
  • Brian Lada – drums, guitars, bass (2014-present) ; programming (2019-present)
  • Alex Wieringa – bass, backing vocals (2015-present)
  • Jason Inguagiato – lead guitar (2018-present); rhythm guitar (2017-2018)

Former
  • Amal Sheth – lead guitar, backing vocals (2014)
  • Joey Legittino – bass (2014-2015); backing vocals (2014-2016); lead vocals (2014)
  • Sam Patt – rhythm guitar (2014-2015); lead guitar (2014, 2015–2020)
  • Matt Fusi – lead guitar (2015)
  • Mauro Armando Castillo – lead guitar (2014-2015)
  • Alex Ceja – bass (2015)

Albums
Year Title Label Chart positions[6]
Top 200 US Indie US Heat
2018 Belmont Mutant League 146 16 2

EPs

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