To Lynch....or not to LYNCHPiN...

LYNCHPiN came together in 2009 out of a desire to create heavier music and return the attitude and energy of the 90s local rock atmosphere to the present community.

With its members’ backgrounds rooted in various metal genres including death metal, thrash and metalcore, while being inspired by bands such as Death, Pantera, Sevendust and Meshuggah, LYNCHPiN grew into its own blend of deathcore, progressive and groove metal.

LYNCHPiN's "QuirkyBots" includes  Gerard Ferreira - Guitar, Jignesh Khatri - Bass, Sievan Siewsarran - Vocals, Aaron Maharaj - Drums.


2014 is a year of exciting developments for the band: In February, LYNCHPiN was featured in Metal Underground’s article on ‘Black/Caribbean’ Metal bands. Following this, the band was recognized by Global Metal Apocalypse, with their single "For You" being included in No Remorse Records/Global Metal Apocalypse’s compilation of 128 metal bands from around the world. The band is also set to release their second EP God Complex as well as their first music video, for the aforementioned For You. The band also continues to promote their music across the globe.

LYNCHPiN remains driven to develop the local rock community, evolve their sound and spread the music as far as possible.

As we said. We like Quirky. Not sure what color crayon they would take though.

A Creative Professional with over twenty years experience. Which he gained during his time spent at a few of Trinidad’s top advertising agencies. Then functioning as the Regional Creative head of the Caribbean’s largest retailer. Contributing to the development of the group’s regional marketing strategy. Forming the regional Design Strategy. Conceptualisation and execution of all creative, marketing and advertising communication for the group’s brands. With oversight of regional and local creative teams and creative processes. He continues to sharpen his creative edge. A passionate, twenty-four hour creative junky. Admirer of sexy typefaces, lover of words and aspiring life long learner. He is also the founder of A BigBox Of Crayons. An online and offline community for creative thinkers + makers in Trinidad & Tobago.