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Event Archive - SUMMER SLAUGHTER TOUR: Necrophagist, Dying Fetus, Into Eternity, Beneath The Massacre, Neuraxis, Veil of Maya

Mon. August 25th 2008 The Commodore Ballroom (No Minors)
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, Scrape Records
Presented by: Live Nation
on sale 6/13 @ 10am


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Dying Fetus (Death Metal)

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Self-reliance and musical integrity are two principles which Dying Fetus have always lived by. The band formed in 1991, during the height of the death metal explosion of the early '90s, and have matured into one of the premiere extreme death metal/grind-core acts ever to come out of the massive global metal underground. The band is recognized world... more info

Into Eternity (Metal)

Yearning for the end has been a lingering theme for poets’ time immemorial. Artists have a unique position in the public eye; their art reminds you that you are not alone in the bleakness of your feelings. To combine the effects of the word with melody and rhythm can impart a deeper sense of community and bring a keener understanding of the human... more info

Beneath The Massacre (Death Metal)

Make way for the new undisputed champions of Canadian death metal: Beneath the Massacre. One listen is all it will take to convince you of the veracity of such a bold statement. This band has it all, from insanely fast gravity blasts to devastating breakdowns. Produced by Yannick St-Amand (Ion Dissonance, Despised Icon) and mastered by Alan Douches... more info


Neuraxis (n-rak'sis): The axial, unpaired part of the central nervous system in contrast to the paired cerebral hemisphere. "When one gets attacked by such an extreme sound, at once brutal and melodic, the nervous system becomes affected by all means. The neuraxis is the last gate to cross before reaching the state of sensible insanity... Once the... more info


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