Godsmack, etc. drummer Shannon Larkin‘s involvement in Glassjaw‘s legacy has largely flown under the radar over the years, but to this day it remains some of his proudest playing. Though not entirely publicized at the time, Larkin was recruited by Ross Robinson and Glassjaw to handle the studio drumming on their 2002 sophomore album, “Worship And Tribute“.
Having already established a repertoire with Robinson while playing in Amen and on the Robinsonproduced Vanilla Ice record “Hard To Swallow“, Larkin was brought in for his proficiency in the studio in regards to Robinson‘s production style, despite Glassjaw still having an active drummer (Larry Gorman) at the time.
When asked what he recalls about those sessions during a recent appearance on the ‘BREWtally Speaking Podcast‘, Larkin replied: