Noise metallic and dub are often not two music genres that move together. But then once again, Dub Trio isn’t your ordinary music group. Specializing in nearly exclusively instrumental materials, the group is definitely made up of guitarist D.P. Holmes, bassist Stuart Brooks, and drummer Joe Tomino. It will come as no real surprise that three members are really skilled players and far popular sessionmen. Actually, the lists of who they’ve used appears like a who’s who of the largest names within the hip-hop and pop worlds of the first 21st hundred years — the Fugees, Bo Bice, G-Unit, Tony Yayo, Mobb Deep, Common, Mos Def, and Macy Grey, amongst others. The Dub Trio tale begins with an organization called Actual Resistant, which Holmes and Brooks used while going to Berklee. Upon relocating to NEW YORK, Tomino was welcomed in to the collapse, and flipped his fresh bandmates onto dub music (specifically Ruler Tubby). Its people paid their dues as sessionmen, which offered the group as time passes to create and rehearse, plus they became a good rhythm section along the way. The group started playing displays locally with out a name, until somebody scrawled “Dub Trio” within the marquee outside among their gigs. The name trapped, and quickly, ROIR Records mind Lucas Cooper authorized the music group. 2004 saw the discharge from the group’s debut full-length, Discovering the Hazards Of, that was backed with sporadic touring — including times opening for Meats Defeat Manifesto and Soulive. While focusing on their sophomore work, 2006’s New Large, Dub Trio made a decision to present vocals to their audio — albeit about the same track — because they asked the one-and-only Mike Patton to visitor on “NOT BY YOURSELF.” The Patton-Dub Trio cooperation was initially produced exclusively through swapping data files, however the two factions fulfilled on a single day that in addition they performed the monitor before a surprised market on Dec 28, 2005, in a Patton/Rahzel gig in Brooklyn, NY. The functionality and meeting proceeded to go so well which the group programs on recording a complete record with Patton.