Winston Thomas McCall (born 6 September 1982, Byron Bay, New South Wales) is an Australian singer-songwriter and the lead vocalist of the metalcore band Parkway Drive and the hardcore punk band Rain Dogs.
Parkway Drive have released five studio albums: Killing with a Smile (2005), Horizons (2007), Deep Blue (2010), Atlas (2012) and Ire (2015), whilst Rain Dogs, who he formed with ex-Comeback Kid bassist Kevin Call, released a demo in 2013.
During 2011, McCall provided guest vocals on The Warriors' album, See How You Are, for You Me at Six on the track, "Time is Money", from Sinners Never Sleep, and on Skyway's album Finders Keepers.
McCall is also featured on 'Departure (Death)' a song by In Hearts Wake off their 2012 album 'Divination'
In 2015, McCall was a guest vocalist on Thy Art is Murder's song Coffin Dragger
McCall's younger brother, Oscar McCall, is the lead singer of fellow metalcore group, 50 Lions. During February to March 2008 Parkway Drive undertook their Surf Rats Tour of Australia's east coast with 50 Lions supporting.
He was raised as a vegetarian and still is today. Growing up in Byron Bay, Australia, McCall's interests include surfing and bodyboarding. He has appeared on the cover of Riptide bodyboarding magazine. McCall has various tattoos around his body, including "BBHC" on his left arm, representing the Byron Bay Hardcore Cast he was a part of growing up with bands and Parkway Drive. He has tattoos by notable artists such as Dan Smith and Raichi Brains.
He lives a straight edge lifestyle.
Winston McCall formed Parkway Drive in late 2002 with Luke Kilpatrick, Jeff Ling, Ben Gordon, and the first bassist Brett Versteeg. McCall has written lyrics on all Parkway releases, and has been the vocalist since the beginning of the band.