Danny Schuler

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Danny Schuler
Drummer

Known For: Biohazard

Drumsticks: Vater

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Daniel "Danny" Schuler was born on (1969-08-29) August 29, 1969 (age 51) in Brooklyn, New York. Danny started drumming when he was 5 years old and names John Bonham, Bill Ward, Keith Moon, Neil Peart, Earl Hudson, and Buddy Rich as his greatest influences. His first music memory was "listening to the Black Sabbath album, I was four-years-old." He is the drummer for the band Biohazard (1988-2006, 2008-present), taking over for their previous drummer Anthony Meo (1987) and Bloodclot! (2008).

"A lot of people see Biohazard as a negative thing," Schuler says. "But the funny thing is we've always prided ourselves on being positive. They see the shows, the kids dancing, diving off balconies, the craziness, and they mistake it for a violent negative energy, when in fact it's a very intense positive energy. It's a release. Like when two kids are playing, wrestling around, laughing and giggling as they're kicking the shit out of each other. You play football, you get bruises, but you love it. Biohazard is like a full contact sport. You really have to be committed. There's a level of commitment necessary to being in this band, and the same has to be said of our audience. It amazes me the level of energy I get back from them. A lot of the songs we write may address really rotten, negative, shitty things in life, but we do it because it's a release for us. We have to scream and yell and jump around about it. It's the ultimate form of therapy. That leads to happiness. The happiest I ever am at any point ever in my life is when our show has ended in whatever city we're in and I'm completely drained of every ounce of angst or frustration or negativity."






Danny Schuler Drumstick Collection

Current Drumstick Count in Collection: 3.

0152 Danny Schuler - concert used, signature model drumstick, Biohazard.
0881-0882 Danny Schuler - concert used, signature model Vater drumsticks, Biohazard.