Andrew Pevny is a guitarist, bassist, songwriter, audio engineer, and instructor with one mission: to craft beauty from chaos. With a guitar as his means of creating his vision, Andrew Pevny has written and performed as the main songwriter on two full-length heavy metal albums: Exorbitance - In This Nightmare (2012) and Framework - A World Distorted (2014). He is also the bassist for Listenable Records melodic death metal band Armageddon. As a metal musician, his goal is to concentrate emotions of anger, sorrow, despair, and fear into powerful, yet beautiful music.
Andrew Pevny is a graduate from the world renowned Berklee College of Music magna cum laude. His studies leading up to and during his time at Berklee have attributed to his highly detailed and methodical approach to music. He is one of a small group of people who has successfully completed Chris Buono’s Diatonic 7 Tone program, a rigorous harmonic and melodic study of the diatonic modal system. Andrew Pevny has also studied with Antar Goodwin, Scotty Johnson, David “Fuze” Fiuczynski, Don Lappin, David Tronzo, Scott Tarulli, and Joe Stump. While at Berklee, he made every effort to explore as many genres as he could including rock, blues, jazz, funk, and metal.
Since the release of A World Distorted in 2014, Framework has worked tirelessly to push the album to as many listeners as possible. Their first tour in support of the album was with Christopher Amott (formerly of Arch Enemy) and his band Armageddon.
Andrew Pevny’s work can also be found in Hal Leonard’s The Guitarist’s Guide To Music Reading in which he composed 600+ exercises alongside Chris Buono. In addition the the book, Pevny has worked with Buono on many of his TrueFire courses programming drum tracks to be used in conjunction with the lessons. He has also done transcription work for Dweezil Zappa for his Dweezilla Guitar Boot Camp as well as Deborah Henson-Conant in preparation for a tour with Steve Vai in 2012.