American vocalist who began performing using the metallic band Dope in 1997. He also co-produced every one of the band’s released albums. He and his sibling founded Dope in 1997 in NEW YORK. He performed drums within a band known as Makeshift Romeo. His sibling Simon offered as Dope’s lead keyboardist. He and Mikael Akerfeldt both got careers as steel musicians.
|1||Currently playing drums with Florida residing band known as "Makeshift Romeo" [December 2005]|
|2||Touring with Mushroomhead to promote the Music For Freedom tour [July 2005]|
|3||Preparing to release album "American" Apathy" in Februrary 2005. It will be their fourth full-length album, and second on Arista Records. [September 2004]|
|4||Preparing to release Dope's new album, "Group Theropy" in October. [August 2003]|
|5||Dope has recently finished recording their fourth full length album, while out on the road touring, and are expecting to release it by the end of 2004.Source: http://www.edseldope.com [June 2004]|
|6||Fourth album entitled "American Apathy" was released. At least 5 versions were released. Single disc, limited edition with two discs, limited edition with DVD, clean version and tour version [July 2005]|
|7||Preparing to go on a long two-month headlining tour with Motograter and best friends Twisted Method. The tour is called the "American Apathy Tour," named after the upcoming Dope album. [September 2004]|
|8||Edsel Dope recently announced that the band is taking a break and will come together for a fifth album in the summer to be completed for early 2007. Right now, Edsel and Virus of Dope are playing for Makeshift-Romeo and Brix and Racci Sahy are touring with Wednesday 13. [April 2006]|
|9||Dope has released three full length albums:Felons & Revolutionaries (no bonus track) September 21, 1999 (with bonus track) July 18, 2000Life - November 6, 2001Group Therapy - October 21, 2003In October of 2002, they released a sort of "greatest hits" album that could only be purchased at live shows, sort of as a thank you to the fans. The CD sold for $10, included 22 (including a live track and plentyof old demo songs from their past, as well as a demo of the song Bitch), and was called Felons For Life.|
|10||Younger brother of 'Simon Dope'.|
|11||Frontman for Industrial Metal band, "Dope."|
|Run All Night||2015||writer: "No Way Out"|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock||2007||Video Game writer: "Nothing For Me Here"|
|The Challenge||2002||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu||2012||TV Series producer - 2 episodes|
|Headbangers Ball||2003||TV Series||Himself|
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|1||His long dreadlocks|
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