Chris LeMasters

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Background information
Birth nameChristopher Richard LeMasters
Born (1986-11-28) November 28, 1986 (age 35)
  • Hard rock
  • Metalcore
  • Heavy metal music
  • Musician
  • Guitarists
  • Guitar
  • Bass
  • Drums
  • Vocals
Years active2005–present
Associated acts
  • Dead and Divine
  • Hundred Suns
  • Teeth
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Christopher Richard LeMasters is a Canadian guitar player who has been played in metalcore bands Dead and Divine,[1] Hundred Suns, and Teeth.[2]


LeMasters started playing drums and guitar at the age of 12 and continued both instruments through high school, primarily playing drums in his first bands. In 2005 LeMasters joined Canadian post-hardcore band Dead and Divine. Dead and Divine was the first band in which LeMasters primarily focused on playing guitar, but played every instrument in their Rise Records release The Fanciful.

LeMasters is the principle songwriter and guitarist for band Hundred Suns with Norma Jean (band) frontman Cory Brandan and drummer Ryan "Legs" Legger, formerly of Dead and Divine and Every Time I Die,[3] as well as for the band Teeth that also includes Legger on drums and vocalist Blake Louis Prince of Straight Reads the Line.[4]

LeMasters wrote songs for Norma Jean (band) All Hail (Norma Jean album) and did backup and guest vocals for Comeback Kid (band) Symptoms + Cures.[5]

LeMasters manages Solid State Records band Lightworker (band).

Personal life

LeMasters was born in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, has a younger sister named Katie, and is engaged to Jessica Fields.


Band Years active
Dead and Divine 2005–2012
Hundred Suns 2015–present
Teeth 2020–present


With Dead and Divine

  • Her Name Was Tragedy (EP) (2004)
  • What Really Happened at Lover's Lane (EP) (November 29, 2005)
  • The Fanciful (March 18, 2008)
  • The Machines We Are (August 4, 2009)
  • Antimacy (August 2, 2011)

With Hundred Suns

  • The Prestaliis (August 11, 2017)

Other Credits

  • Comeback Kid (band)- Symptoms + Cures - Vocals
  • Norma Jean (band)
  • Rarity (band)

Chris LeMasters in the media



  1. "KronosMortusNews Article".
  2. "Teeth Article".
  3. "IconVSIcon Article".
  4. "Revolver Magazine Article".
  5. "Chris LeMasters Discogs".

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