Matt Wachter


Matt Wachter was born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States on January 5th, 1976 and is the Bassist. At the age of 48, Matt Wachter biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 5, 1976
United States
Place of Birth
Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States
48 years old
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Bassist, Musician
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Matt Wachter Life

Matthew Walter "Matt" Wachter (born January 5, 1976) is an American musician best known for playing bass in the alternative rock bands Thirty Seconds to Mars and Angels & Airwaves.

Personal life

Wachter is a Boston Red Sox fan. He's also a huge fan of video games, like GameCube, PS2, Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation. Wachter is a huge fan of body art and claims to have more than 20 tattoos. Among the scripts included "Rock-n-Roll" on his stomach, two swallows on both pectorals, a winged bomb on his right arm, and a switch blade with Latin quotation on his right side. Artist Josh Hoffman of Olde City Tattoo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, created these particular tattoos. In addition, he has Dia De Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, tattooed on each foot, as well as many other kings in various countries. Wachter's right leg has a deer head tattooed on it as well. When he was on tour in Japan, he had this done. He has yellow jackets on his right inner arm to alert him that he is allergic. In addition, a locked heart stuffed with his wife's name Libby is on his chest.

Matt and Libby (née' Lawson) welcomed their first child, Sailor Mae Wachter, on May 14, 2009.


Matt Wachter Career


In 2001, Wachter joined Jared Leto, Shannon Leto, and Solon Bixler, rounding out the Thirty Seconds to Mars line-up. In 2003, Bixler was replaced by Tomo Milicevic.

Wachter plays his bass with a "pigeon-toed" posture (both feet pointed in toward each other) and stares down at his feet. He claims that doing this helps him to concentrate on what he's playing and keeps him from being distracted by fans.

Wachter complained of constant headaches after performing, but there was no pain when he was on stage. It was found after a visit to the hospital and a CT scan that the patient had a concussion after frequent head banging on stage. As mentioned in the fan yearbook, his mother was compelled to say, "wiggle his hips like Elvis." The head-banging has since been suspended.

Wachter's first two dates of the 2006 "Forever Night, Never Day" headlining tour had to be postponed due to Wachter's injury. Shannon Leto says, "He was left alone with a pair of scissors" after the accident. Wachter replied, "A pair of scissors and a light bulb." The remainder will be left to your imagination. "We're pushing the tour back an additional two weeks." On March 2, the band released a press release to fans.

Jared Leto revealed to the audience that Wachter would be playing his last show with the band while on tour in El Paso, Texas, on March 1, 2007. Wachter dedicated "R-Evolve" to him. Tim Kelleher appeared as the bassist on the Dallas, Texas, show after that.

Wachter joined Angels & Airwaves in Sinn's place following Ryan Sinn's resignation from the band on April 23, 2007. He was later confirmed as a band member and appeared on Angels & Airwaves' second album I-Empire. In February 2010, the band's third studio album, Love: Part Two, was released, as well as its 2011 sequel Love: Part Two. On June 24, 2014, Tom Delonge revealed a snapshot of Matt indicating that he had left the band to concentrate on his family life at home, adding, "Matt will still be with us later" and "somewhere else."

Wachter was seen playing bass on DeLonge's Instagram account on March 9, 2017, a DeLonge video said he was "looking for [Wachter]" in his post. Wachter had returned to Angels & Airwaves, which led to rumors that he had returned. Both Wachter and guitarist David Kennedy had rejoined Angels & Airwaves and will appear on the next album, according to DeLonge. Wachter was not included in both the band's new press pictures and a list of members on the band's Facebook page when the band first introduced new music in May 2019. Neither the band nor Wachter have released statements regarding the break, but producer Aaron Rubin said Wachter was not connected with any of the band's recent recordings.

Wachter appears on Get The Fuck Up Radio as an occasional guest host. Aaron Farley and Jeremy Weiss, two of his colleagues, are co-hosting the radio show in Los Angeles's Little Radio.

Wachter performed bass on all tracks for the forthcoming Street Drum Corps' upcoming release in 2010.