|[Tania2194AD] Sunday, August 26, 2012 10:43:44 AM|| |
| Scott is the best in all. He is a drummer from God. He's like a Legend.Great and Super. Alive and Real Heavy Metal!!!|
|[Juda SveŠenik] Sunday, April 10, 2011 7:14:53 AM|| |
|[Zomby] Saturday, August 07, 2010 10:01:43 AM|| |
|take on the world thats drummming|
|[acolyte55] Thursday, July 15, 2010 10:10:48 PM|| |
|tough call i love the drum work on sinner absolutley fantastic drumming during the quiet parts ! so les binks there but...........|
|[Cooler] Thursday, July 15, 2010 1:50:53 PM|| |
Well, I have no musical education, so I'll just sayc Scott Travis, because he's the one I'd like to listen more.
Ok, did I just make a fool of myself? Anyone thinkin so... look at the mirror!
If I did, who cares. JP forever! ST is a drum god...
|[Painkiller01] Saturday, August 29, 2009 6:41:26 PM|| |
|I don't know to much about the drums, being a guitarist, but I think that Scott is the best, esspecialy live.|
|[Udo Sapper] Sunday, October 26, 2008 8:38:24 AM|| |
|Scott Travis is true and ultimate power! When he plays the earth quakes...!!!!!!!!!|
|[Drums01] Monday, July 07, 2008 2:57:29 AM|| |
|since i am a drummer, you have to play and adjust to what the music needs. I think Scott Travis does it best. Scott tears it up on fast and slow songs. That is why he is my ultimate influence. I dug Les Binks drumming. I would say Scott as the best and second best Les. |
|[metalgods666] Tuesday, July 01, 2008 12:58:49 AM|| |
|i'd have to say Les Binks. he was just a LEGEND! he was also very very musical so he contributed a lot beyond his drumming. not to say Scott or Dave do/did not contribute. oh, and i also really like old priest. so i'd give their old drummers a mention.|
|[ron h] Sunday, June 29, 2008 9:06:02 AM|| |
|Simon Philips got the boy's off and running. I really enjoyed Les Binks on the skins. Dave Holland was very tight and what Priest needed with their "new" sound. Scott Travis is what the band needed to move into the 90's (and beyond). I think Priest have been fortunate over the years to have the right drummers at the right times. Maybe Holland was at the helm a littler longer than neccessary (but I can't envision Travis laying down tracks for Turbo). A lot of fan's will probably disagree with me, but I think that Binks would have performed really well on the Nostradumas release. Nothing against Travis' handy work, but creatively, I think Binks would have been perfect. Thank You. |
Edited at: Sunday, June 29, 2008 9:07:11 AM
|[daniel bissonnette] Thursday, June 19, 2008 8:39:24 AM|| |
|Well ,its hard one ,first tho its funny that no one as mentioned simon philips ,hell of a drummer but tthen he never realy was a menber of priest , i am a drummer as well and i played stuff from all preists drummer ,and les binks will always be my prefered one as he followed what simmon philips started with double bass and big drum sets ,but mostly for how original he was ,my second choice would be dave holland ,what he did may seems easy at first but he was very subtle and tight ,scott as some weird timing in some old preist tunes when you hear him live and he is not imho as original as les binks was ,he still a hell of a drummer tho |