There’s a new brew in the cauldron of Heavy Metal. Under a Spell is an elixir of all that is Heavy Metal; past, present, and future. With an angelically powerful front woman, thunderous drums, buttery sweet bass, and a full on guitar tonal assault.
Pam Rosser, “Under A Spell” Vocals
Pam Rosser was born in Kew Gardens NY, She moved to Texas when she was five years old.
Growing up in the seventies, Pam was influenced by many styles of music. This was mainly due
to her mother’s taste.
As a teen, Pam took voice lessons at a local community college and performed in a few local bands.
After several life events she returned to music after meeting her now husband, Tom Rosser. Tom is the bassist in Under A Spell. Under A Spell will be Tom and Pam’s legacy to their children and grandchildren. Pam wants them to know, that
If you have a dream, you should go for it. Pam uses Sennheiser microphones and Boss effects.
Tom Rosser, “Under A Spell” Bassist
I started having an interest in music at a young age and started playing guitar at the age fifteen. After two years of classes at school I decided to progress on my own. I am always striving to learn and achieve more in my playing and writing. Once I found my passion for metal music I never looked back. Current Gear Gear Schecter Bass, Darkglass amps and cabinets, Shure Wireless System, Peterson Tuner, MXR/Dunlop effects and Gator cases.
Eric Smith, “Under A Spell” Drummer
Born in Connecticut grew up enamored by guys like Mikkey Dee, Dave Lombardo, and Tommy Aldridge .
I was on my way to California in the 1980’s to try and “make it big” in L.A. I never got any further than Dallas Texas. When I arrived here the music scene was exploding. Here’s where I took root.
I am a gear hording music loving fiend. My favorite kits are always Pearl, but I own 19 complete kits. I also have a small home studio for tracking ideas, and pre-production.
Stergas Stockwell, “Under A Spell” Guitarist
I became interested in guitar as any young man does, women ( girls when your 12). One Christmas I was gifted a Les Paul knock off with a chord chart, 10″ combo amp the following year. As my teen years went on I taught myself from that chart, tab books, and by ear to my favorite music. Along the way I recieved great tutelage on achieving great tone. I continue to learn, because guitar is fundamentally basic, yet constantly technically evolving.
Solar, Dean, Gibson, Schecter electrics Guild, and Epiphone acoustics
Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100W heads 1960 JCM 900 Full stack/ 1936 2×12 Krampus cabinets 4×12 colossal sized.
Monster power conditioner, Shure gdx wireless system, Korg tuner, Radial engineering D.I.
Dunlop 535q wah, Dunlop bass wah, Dunlop rotovibe, Radial engineering switchbone V2 , Fortin Zuul
Miscellaneous: Radial engineering jd48x di, Dunlop Tortex Sharp picks, Ghs boomer electric strings, Dunlop bronze acoustic strings, Leather straps by Texx, Ice Storm Cases