Dave Fulton

About Dave Fulton

Dave Fulton is currently a member of Toronto, Canada's breakout rock band The Nightmares in which he plays lead guitar and provides back up vocals. Past projects have included a stint on rhythm guitar in Delinquints, guitar and back up vocals in The Famous Monsters, and playing guitar in Wasting Time. There are more than one artist with this name. Dave's most recent Hypnos-related work is The Range, a collaboration with Giles Reaves released on the Hypnos/Binary sublabel in April 2007. The release will be supported by a loosely-scheduled mini-tour of sorts, including performances at The Gathering in Philadelphia, and an Echoes Living Room Concert, as well as local shows in Portland and elsewhere. Details of these shows will be listed on the Hypnos News page. Dave Fulton contributed the track "Floating in Two Thirds" to the Hypnos compilation Weightless, Effortless. Fulton's first solo CD release Hard Particles is now available on Eurock Records, but he is best known as part of the group Dweller at the Threshold, which has released two albums: No Boundary Condition (1996) and Generation/Transmission/Illumination(1998) and their third album Ouroborus was released on Hypnos/Binary in 2001. Recently, Fulton collaborated with Hypnos founder & Viridian Sun member, Mike Griffin. Their first CD titled The Most Distant Point Known was released on Hypnos in 2000, and its follow-up Imprint came out in 2002.