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Event Archive - Grave, Blood Red Throne , PATHOLOGY, Gigan

Thu. September 15th 2011 The Biltmore Cabaret (No Minors)
8:30 subject to change doors at 7pm
$23 / $28
Tickets at: Scrape Records
Presented by: The Invisible Orange, Infidel Entertainment


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Grave (Death Metal)

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Grave started in 1986 under the name Corpse and changed it to Grave in 1988. They recorded various demos during 1986–1991 and including some singles and EPs as well. Their debut full-length album Into the Grave was released in 1991, which has become a death metal classic over the years.[citation needed] The release led to a European and American ... more info

Blood Red Throne (Black/Death Metal)

Død started his musical career in the legendary Norwegian blackmetal band Satyricon. 19 years old he was picked out to be their live guitarist from 1996 to 1999. Playing black metal in Satyricon, there were never a question, death metal was Død’s major passion and in 1998 he started working on material for his own death metal band. His friend T... more info

PATHOLOGY (Death Metal)

In 2006 the band released Surgically Hacked (Amputated Vein Records) which was followed by a full-length debut Incisions Of Perverse Debauchery (Grindhead Records) and then Age Of Onset (Comatose Records, 2009), the album which led to a contract with Victory Records where the acclaimed Legacy Of The Ancients was released on July 6, 2010. The ban... more info

Gigan (Death/Grind/Psychedelic Extreme Metal)

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The brainchild of left handed lead guitarist and founding member Eric Hersemann, GIGAN has been challenging the mortal laws of extreme music and creativity since early 2006. Forged around the simple notion that the imagination should be art's only limit, GIGAN's style of creative delivery has simultaneously invoked reactions of amazement, disbelie... more info
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