Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn more


Handsome / 1 search results

Sort by relevance popularity name newest


HistoryFormed by former Helmet guitarist Peter Mengede in 1996, Handsome's lineup included former Quicksand guitarist Tom Capone and former Cro-Mags and Murphy's Law drummer Pete Hines as well as bassist Eddie Nappi and Salt Lake City native Jeremy Chatelain. They began recording material with producer Terry Date with the album, titled Handsome, released on February 4, 1997 through Epic/Sony. Peter Stepek, of Allmusic gave the album a positive review stating:In support of the album, the group toured with Silverchair, Local H and Less Than Jake in the US, while they supported Wu-Tang Clan and Voodoo Glow Skulls in Europe. Prior to the group's final tour, guitarist Capone left the group and was replaced by former Electric Love Hogs guitarist Donni Campion. Following the completion of their tour, Handsome disbanded in 1998.Post-breakupFollowing his departure from the group, Capone worked on numerous projects before forming his own, Adharma, in 2000, while singer Chatelain joined Blake Schwarzenbach's group Jets to Brazil before going on to join Helmet. Bassist Eddie Nappi went on to join the Mark Lanegan Band while he also worked with Queens of the Stone Age and former A Perfect Circle guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen in Enemy and is also a member of Van Leeuwen's latest group Sweethead.

Read more about Handsome

Radio stations results for handsome