Hardcore punk, Musical Artist
Who is Dan Mazin?
Dan Mazin was a straight-edge musician mostly known within the South Florida hardcore scene for spending time in Until the End as well as Keepsake. His current love of all things whiskey disallows his involvement with the Straight Edge label. He is considered an influential bassist in the genre on metalcore. He used to operate Eulogy Recordings with John Wylie. Other claims to fame include being New Found Glory's roadie, and saying the classic line, "Hey, ladies. What's up?" on their self-titled 2000 album.