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Arsis, Allegaeon, Exmortus, Kymatica

Tue. September 16th 2014 7:00 Red Room Ultra Bar (No Minors) 7:00
$18
Presented by: The Invisible Orange
The Invisible Orange presents:

ARSIS (https://www.facebook.com/arsis)

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Allegaeon (https://www.facebook.com/allegaeon)

Exmortus (https://www.facebook.com/exmortusofficial)

Kymatica (https://www.facebook.com/kymaticametal)

September 16, 2014
Red Room Ultra Bar (Vancouver) (398 Richards St.)
Doors 7pm
$18 pre-sale / $20 door
19+ No Minors

Sponsored by:
SCRAPE records http://www.LiveVan.com
ABORT Magazine
Absolute Underground Magazine
NOT YOUR SCENE
MetalTitans- Guardians of Metal

Arsis (Technical Melodic Death Metal)

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Arsis is an American death metal band from Virginia Beach, Virginia, formed in 2000. Although remaining as heavy as traditional death metal bands, they also possess complex riffs and solos that are similar to those found in both melodic and technical death metal. The band is currently signed to Nuclear Blast. Arsis was started by James Malone an... more info

Allegaeon (Modern Melodic Death Metal)

other sites: myspace
Allegaeon (pronounced: uh-lee-juhn) was formed in 2008 by guitar player Ryan Glisan. Soon thereafter joined the classically trained guitarist Greg Burgess, vocalist Ezra Haynes and bassist Corey Archuleta to round out and form what people have come to know now as the Colorado Kings of Melodic Metal. In 2008, Allegaeon released their 4 song, self-ti... more info

Exmortus (METAL)

other sites: myspace
EXMORTUS are an entity amongst themselves and their music, both complex and thoroughly hook-laden, refuses to lend itself to easy categorization. From the technical death-thrash riffage and surgically precise drumming to their neo-classical, twin virtuoso lead guitar attack, fans of death metal, thrash, prog metal, traditional heavy metal and all t... more info

Kymatica (Metal)

The word Kymatica is a compound consisting of the lexemes kyma and matica. Kyma is a Greek word which translates as "wave form" or “energy”. Matica means “matrix” or “source” in today's Slovak language. The idea is to allude to the idea of a base source of all things. It then becomes a way of expressing the incredible vastness of the un... more info
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