Jesus “Jesse” Ernesto Pintado Andrade was a lead guitar player born in Mexico who at an early age moved to the US. He started in the grindcore band Terrorizer where he recorded the album World Downfall, the first album to feature Pete Sandoval who would later leave the band to join Morbid Angel. It was Jesse Pintado who coined the term “grindcore” for the first time, to describe a musical mixture of “noise and chaos” which he was developing at that time. He lived in Huntington Park, California, but moved to Birmingham, England after he joined Napalm Death, where he replaced guitarist Bill Steer immediately prior to the recording of their album Harmony Corruption. In 2004 he officially left Napalm Death; instead of replacing him, the band has since continued as a four-piece. Pintado later revived Terrorizer, recruiting Tony Norman of Monstrosity and Anthony Rezhawk of Resistant Culture; he and Pete Sandoval were the only original members.
|Birth name:||Jesus Ernesto Pintado Andrade|
|Born:||Jul 12, 1969|
|Genres:||Grindcore, death metal|
|Associated acts:||Terrorizer, Nausea L.A, Napalm Death, Lock Up, Brujeria|
About Jesse Pintado
Lead guitarist who is known for coining the term “grindcore,” and for being a member of the band Napalm Death.
His first band was Terrorizer, with whom he recorded the album World Downfall.
He appeared on more than forty albums, including live records and EPs, for bands such as Brujeria and Lock Up.
He was born in Sonora, but moved to the United States at an early age.
Pintado and Bill Steer both played with Napalm Death.
Information related to Jesse Pintado
- Napalm Death members
- Mexican emigrants to the United Kingdom
- Musicians from Sonora
- Death metal musicians
- Mexican emigrants to the United States
- American heavy metal guitarists
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