Who is Winds Of Plague?
Winds Of Plague was founded in 2002, and they are from Upland, California. After many lineup changes, Winds Of Plague released their first full length album, Decimate The Weak, in 2008 on Century Media Records. The lineup at this time was Johnny Plague on vocals, Nick Eash and Nick Piunno on guitar, Andrew Glover on bass, Matt Feinman on keyboards, and Jeff Tenney on drums. Matt Feinman left the band in 2008, and he was replaced with Kristen Randall on keyboards. Jeff Tenney also left Winds Of Plague in 2008, and Art Cruz joined on drums. Winds Of Plague released their second full length album in 2009 titled, The Great Stone War. Kristen Randall left Winds Of Plague in 2009, and Alana Potocnik joined to play keyboards. Winds Of Plague released their third full length album, Against The World, in 2011. Art Cruz left Winds Of Plague in 2012, and Brandon Galindo joined to play drums for the band. In 2013, Winds Of Plague released their fourth full length album, Resistance. After some members parted ways and others took a hiatus, Winds Of Plague released their fifth full length album, Blood Of My Enemy, in 2017 on eOne/Good Fight records with Johnny Plague on vocals, Michael Montoya and Justin Bock on guitar, Adrienne Cowan on keyboards, and Art Cruz on drums.