When a Mutemath tour rolls into your town you have to be there. There’s a good chance that the Mutemath concert you attend will be the best concert you’ve ever attended (at least the best concert you’ve ever attended at a small to medium sized venue).
Band members frequently go into the audience. They’ll often entice the audience to perform a solo on a device called “The Atari.” And front man Paul Meany (more on him later) will bounce around and use every inch of the stage. To experience one of these awe-inspiring live events, you’ll need Mutemath tickets. You can get them right here at Clickitticket!
Who is in Mutemath?
Mutemath is led by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Paul Meany. Darren King plays drums, Roy Mitchell-Cardenas plays bass, and Todd Gummerman plays guitar.
Meany and King founded the band, then known as “Math,” in 2002. Greg Hill joined in 2003 (more on him later).
In 2004, they changed their name to “Mutemath” and in December added Mitchell-Cárdenas.
What Genre Is Mutemath?Mutemath’s music is categorized as alternative rock. Over the years, Mutemath’s sound has borrowed from numerous genres, most notably electronica, psychedelic rock, post-rock, soul, and jam band (if you will allow us to consider that a genre of music).
What Happened To Mutemath’s Guitarist?
After appearing on the band’s first two albums, Greg Hill left Mutemath in 2010 before the recording of the band’s third studio offering, Odd Soul.
Hill quit in the fall of 2010 but the band remained mute on his departure until the spring of 2011. The reason for his exodus, at least the one given by the band, is fairly banal.
According to the press release, Hill needed “a change of scenery” and that it was long “overdue.”
The statement did say the divorce was amicable. Hill was replaced by the aforementioned Todd Gummerman.
Is Mutemath A Christian Band?
Mutemath is NOT a Christian band. At least the members deny being a Christian band and they famously sued their record label after being marketed as one.
Of course, it all depends on what you believe constitutes a Christian band. Mutemath won a Dove Award (an award given for excellence in the Christian music industry), frontman Paul Meany was in a Christian band before forming Mutematch, and many of the band’s songs have Christian themes.