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Suffocation, Cattle Decapitation, Dead Cross, Toxic Holocaust, Intronaut, Archspire, Scale the Summit

Sat. April 9th 2016 5:00 PM Rickshaw Theatre (No Minors) 5:00 PM
$40
Tickets at: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1076433
Presented by: modifiedghost, Rickshaw Theatre
Local metal promoter launches 1st annual metal festival.

Suffocation (Death Metal)

Few bands can be credited with creating a legacy, however, legendary New York based extreme metal outfit SUFFOCATION have done just that. For 20 years now SUFFOCATION have been creating music that has become the very standard by which we judge all things extreme. Their fusion of technicality, groove and sheer unrelenting brutality has been imita... more info

Cattle Decapitation (Death Metal/Grindcore)

Over the span of a decade, Cattle Decapitation has forged its not-so-humble beginnings in gore-grind into one of extreme metal's most relentless forces, encompassing a sound as schizophrenic as their record collections but with a determined lyrical stance resolutely damning the ills of humanity. After a couple early line-up shifts, “Human Je... more info

Toxic Holocaust

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TOXIC HOLOCAUST mutated into existence in 1999, when Joel Grind merged his love for classic punk and metal into his ideal band. Like his influences - Bathory, Venom, English Dogs, Possessed, Broken Bones - TOXIC HOLOCAUST featured blazing riffs, gravel-throated vocals, and a deadly fixation on the evil in man and a post-apocalyptic world. Grind wra... more info

Intronaut (prog/math/creep/space/metal)

Sacha Dunable (Anubis Rising), Leon del Muerte (Exhumed, ex-Impaled), Joe Lester, Danny Walker (Uphill Battle, ex-Exhumed) in an altogether new and different project. more info

Archspire (Brutal technical death metal)

An aspiration for the unknown and the esoteric: the prime factor in the progression and evolution of organic life. In an oft tumultuous affair such as this, rarely does one reach a level of true total transformation. However, how does one account for the off chance that the organic achieves the precision of the mechanized? Only through the art of m... more info

Scale the Summit (Instrumental Prog)

Generally speaking, progressive rock bands aren’t known for their efficiency — but SCALE THE SUMMIT, who are preparing to release their fourth album in six years, have never exactly played by the rules. First, consider their chosen genre of music, which is perpetually unfashionable by mainstream standards. Then consider that, in the true s... more info
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