Ex-Mastery drummer Kevan Roy has re-launched his instructional metal drumming website, www.MetalDrummingMastery.com
, with a brand new 0-250 Kick Drum Training Program that teaches drummers the key to achieving brutally fast speed and how to play double kick at more than 250 bpm. The program is currently being offered with a limited enrollment and a
90-day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee.
“After launching the website last summer, we have been absolutely humbled by the global reach it’s had! Metal Drumming Mastery has been used by drummers in more than 65 countries to date and growing just from word of mouth,” said Kevan Roy. “The most exciting thing about this global reach, is that it revealed some opportunities that allowed us to improve the user experience and deliver the an even better instructional drumming site. With the launch of our new 0-250 Kick Training Program the lessons are the best instructional drum experience online for drummers. Metal Drumming Mastery was built to deliver the best interactive experience for drummers and we’ve optimized the site for all browsers, tablets and smartphones.”
www.MetalDrummingMastery.com aims to be the best online resource tool for aspiring drummers around the world. The website features video instruction by Kevan Roy himself, as well as drum covers, online discussion of drumming techniques and a social community for metalheads to discuss their favorite metal music. The site’s new 0-250 Kick Training System has been developed to be the most comprehensive program of its kind. With more than 8.5 hours of instruction, plus bonus content, the goal for this training system was to show drummers how anyone can develop the power, control and speed with their kick drum
technique, all the way up to 250bpm and beyond. But more importantly, with highly specialized techniques, how they can do it in months instead of years.
Kevan Roy served as the drummer for thrash group Mastery on their debut album “Lethal Legacy”, which was released through Universal/Navarre in North America and Sanctuary in Europe. The album drew critical acclaim from Metal Maniacs who proclaimed, “While ‘Lethal Legacy’ pays homage to the classic thrash of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s with nods to Testament, Forbidden, Vio-lence and Metallica, it doesn’t sound as if the band are pinning for the glory days.” Decibel Magazine also sang praise for Mastery’s brand of “instru-metal”, as they gave the band a whopping 9/10 and called them, “Mastery of Puppets”.