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Rob Patterson

Rob Patterson
Born (1970-11-09) November 9, 1970
Natick, Massachusetts, USA
Genres Nu metal, alternative metal, industrial metal, acoustic
Occupation(s) Guitarist
Instruments Guitar
Labels EMI/Virgin Records
Associated acts Korn
Circus Diablo

Rob Patterson (born November 9, 1970 in Natick, Massachusetts) is an American guitarist and composer.


  • Background 1
  • Filmography 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Patterson's first major band was the metal, female-fronted Otep.[1] He wrote and played on the albums, Sevas Tra, House of Secrets and "Smash the Control Machine".

He became touring guitarist for Korn after the departure of Brian "Head" Welch from July 2005-March 2008

Patterson is a DJ that plays Rock, Hip-Hop, Dance, House and more and has been seen playing guitar at the same time as he spins.

As of April 2008, Patterson was engaged to Carmen Electra.[2]

He is also one of the characters in the book Sex Tips from Rock Stars by Paul Miles that was published by Omnibus Press in July 2010.[3]

Patterson made a cameo appearance as a police officer in the 2015 slasher short film Massacre, written by New Zealand Suicide Girl Pandie Suicide and directed by Erik Boccio.[4] He also co-scored the film with Jeordie White of Marilyn Manson for which the film won an honorable mention award for its score at its debut screening at Fantasmagorical Film Festival in Louisville, Kentucky in August 2015.[5]


  • 2015: Massacre


  1. ^ Metal Storm
  2. ^ "Carmen Electra Engaged to Rob Patterson". People magazine. April 24, 2008. 
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