David Silveria

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David Silveria
Drummer

Bands: Korn, INFINIKA

Drumsticks: Vater

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David Randall Silveria (born (1972-09-21) September 21, 1972 (age 48) in San Leandro, CA) is a drummer, best known as the drummer for the band Korn from 1993 until leaving the band in 2006. In January 2012, Silveria announced that he is the drummer of INFINIKA, ending his 6 year hiatus from the music industry.

1993 to 2006: Korn

When Jonathan Davis joined the band, they changed the name to Korn. Welch, Shaffer and Arvizu took up pseudonyms, while Silveria and Davis remained using their real names. Korn proceeded to ride the alternative metal train to the top of the music industry, selling over 40 million albums worldwide. Silveria sat out a part of the "Sick and Twisted 2000" and "Summer Sanitarium" tours due to injury, with Mike Bordin from Faith No More filling in on drums. Silveria then returned for the album recording of Untouchables, Silveria's own explanation for the issue was that he "hits too fucking hard".

On December 13, 2006, after the tour in support of See You on the Other Side, it was announced that Silveria would be going on hiatus, and Jonathan Davis later said Silveria would "probably not" appear on their next album. Silveria has since started running his restaurants. In 2009, after working with several different temporary drummers, Ray Luzier was announced as the official replacement.

David Silveria [Drumstick Collection]

Current Drumstick Count in Collection: 3.

0072 David Silveria - used Vater Signature model stick, Korn at Ozzfest, 7/2/03 at Cricket Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ.
0776 David Silveria - used Vater Signature model stick, Korn.
0718 David Silveria - used Vater Signature model stick, Korn.