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Event Archive - 2006 Radio Rebellion Tour featuring: Norma Jean, Misery Signals, Between The Buried And Me, Fear Before The March Of Flames, The Fullydown

Fri. November 10th 2006 Croatian Cultural Center (All Ages)
6pm doors at 5:30pm
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, Zulu Records, Scratch Records, Scrape Records
Presented by: Live Nation

A Christian metal-core quintet whose members have “BBQ” tattooed on their lips, Norma Jean is preparing a fresh assault on the ears and minds of metal fans with the release of its third album, Redeemer. The follow-up to the Atlanta, GA group’s successful 2005 O’ God, the Aftermath (#62 on the Billboard album chart), the disc was overseen by legendary producer Ross Robinson. Norma Jean’s music has been compared to that of Botch, Coalesce, and Converge, and its debut, Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child, was hailed by fans of the genre as one of the most devastating hardcore albums of the last decade. The band has just finished touring with Ozzfest and is about to embark on the Radio Rebellion Tour.

Madison, Wisconsin’s Misery Signals have just released their latest, Mirrors. Even more momentous than their acclaimed debut, 2004’s Of Malice and the Magnum Heart (produced by Vancouver metal guru Devin Townsend of Strapping Young Lad), the new disc promises to cement the young band’s reputation as one of the fiercest acts on the heavy music scene.

Alaska is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Between the Buried and Me’s 2003 Victory breakthrough, The Silent Circus. The new album finds the North Carolina quintet, which has toured with Converge, Bleeding Through and Ozzfest, showcasing its elaborate, hypnotic guitar work, relentless rhythmic underlining, thought-provoking lyrics and creative ingenuity.


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Norma Jean

Ask most serious bands about the recording process, and if they don’t compare it to giving birth, they’ll likely tell you that making an album is akin to psychotherapy. But let’s be real here: How many of those bands actually take the album-as-therapy idea literally? For Atlanta quintet Norma Jean, who for all intents and purposes should be s... more info

Misery Signals (Metalcore)

Similar to 7 Angels 7 Plagues in style, Misery Signals play fast and heavy hardcore, tinged with brilliantly melodic interludes and transitions that converge into poignant masterpieces appealing to both the ear and the heart. Their debut 6-Song EP is a 25-minute personal and heartfelt journey through the heart and character of each of these determi... more info

Between The Buried And Me

Close your eyes, hold your breath, and venture into Alaska and beyond with Between The Buried And Me Call them what you want, but as problematic to categorize as they are, Between The Buried And Me can best be described as an emotion-evoking rollercoaster, a cyclone of sonic splendor, a group of exceptionally innovative Artists. Call it death metal... more info
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