Cone Plays bass and can bust a move with the best of them... to top it off he has a hypnotic ass... just watch him when they do their dance.
influences: NWA, Sting and the police
shoe size: 9 1/2
Name: Cone McCaslin
Birthplace: North York
Criminal record for: Polluting the world with ass gas
Most likely to: Be 26 and look still 14
Favourite expression: Drop Trou and show us some boosh!
Day job: Everyday is Saturday
Favourite animal: Like Steve I also like Monkeys
Favourite strip bar: In and Out (The one my Dad will soon own)
Favourite band: The Police and Tenacious D
Least favourite band: Creed
Car: K.I.T. (The car in Night Rider)
Pet: David Hasselhoff
What do you do if every Bass Player you’ve ever had is Greasy, Unmotivated or just a plain shit bag? You create your own! If you combine one part badass bass licks, two scoops vanilla ice cream, and sprinkle with good looks you’ll end up with Cone. Cone put an end to Sum41’s long search for a Masterbassor in Feb. of 1999. Sick and tired of cleaning up stale popcorn and hard gummy bears at the Movie theatre where he worked, Cone decided that the road leading to rock was his destination, so he quit the movie business for a career in music. Born in 1980 in Toronto, Cone grew up surrounded by a huge selection of Satellite pornography. His Father, “Porno” Paul, taught him the importance of a fine Porno flick and for years Cone’s face was glued to the screen. By 14 years of age Cone had put down his dick long enough to pick up his first Bass, an El Degas, and since has honed his skills to become the next Geddy Lee. The roster of bands Cone had formally been a part of is short, consisting of only one, however this one band had several awful names. Names like Wizard, Lizard Tongue, Presse and the Rippers, Second Opinion, Body Dream and finally “The Nights of Even Grable; A Treble Charger cover band” eventually led to the bands demise. Cone then joined Sum41 and still thinks that he is the real reason Sum41 got signed because as he keeps reminding the band “We did get signed right after I joined the band.”