Aaron Rossi

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Aaron Rossi
Birth nameAaron John Rossi
Also known asShredder
Born (1980-12-06) December 6, 1980 (age 38)
South Kingstown, Rhode Island
Genres Rock, Metal, Punk
Occupation(s) Drummer, Arranger
Instruments Drums, Saxophone
Years active2000present
LabelsIndependent
Website http://www.facebook.com/aaronrossidrums

Aaron Rossi is an American drummer, most notable for his performance with industrial metal band Ministry, and the heavy metal band Prong. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) of the United States recognized Aaron for the first time at the 52nd Grammy Awards (2010) ceremony, which was held at the Los Angeles' Staples Center.

Drummer percussionist who creates and accompanies music using drums

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Discography

John 5

Album

Ankla

Album

Prong

Album

<i>Power of the Damager</i> 2007 studio album by Prong

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<i>Power of the Damn Mixxxer</i> 2009 remix album by Prong

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Ministry

Live Album

Studio Album

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