12 Songs, 55 Minutes


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Ilan Rubin my inspiration

Ilan Rubin is my musical inspiration alongside Tom Delonge. He tracks everything by himself, which not a lot of people can do. It takes patience and time. I do the same thing, I taught myself how to play guitar, bass, drums, starting piano, & singing. So seeing that someone cool like Ilan doing it made me want to keep making music by myself. Listening to him really taught me a lot about modern and classical music. He plays piano like a freakin boss on this album, the drums are insane, guitars are chilling, lyrics deep, vocals well done. Whatever Ilan does he puts 110 percent effort into it. My favorite off this was The Skeptic & Clairaudience, I loved the 64 vocal tracks on Clairaudience, I taught myself how to play the opening piano riff the other day. I highly suggest this album for anyone. I hope to meet and work with Ilan one day, he's truly an inspiration to me.

About The New Regime

New Regime is really just one person, multi-instrumentalist Ilan Rubin. Rubin began playing drums at the age of eight and by the age of nine he was already playing drums for a band, F.o.N., and was a veteran of several stops on the Vans Warped Tour. But Rubin was more than just a drummer, and before he was a teen he was already proficient on guitar and piano as well. He next joined the band Denver Harbor, who released a single album, Scenic, in 2004 before disbanding. Rubin then hooked up with the Welsh band Lostprophets. He also began tracking his own material as a side project, singing and playing all the instruments himself, and the end result, Coup, was released in 2008 under the name New Regime. Later that same year Rubin replaced Josh Freese as the drummer for Nine Inch Nails. ~ Steve Leggett



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