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Event Archive - God Said Kill, Unbeheld Double CD Release Show + Guests: God Said Kill, Unbeheld, Sorrowseed, Spectral Voices, Technical Damage

Fri. July 21st 2017 Pub 340 (No Minors)
830 doors at 8
$10 at the door only.
Presented by: Journeyman Proeuctions

Event Categories

Music: Punk / Metal / Hardcore
Journeyman Productions Presents:

God Said Kill
Double CD Release Show!
With Guests:
Sorrowseed (Rhode Island)
Spectral Voices (New York)
Technical Damage

Friday July 21st, 8PM
Pub 340
$10, 19+

God Said Kill is a 6 piece melodic Tech-Death ensemble from Vancouver B.C.
The music is a relic to traditional Death Metal groove as well a fresh individuality in tight, complex rhythms and dual lead vocals.

Unbeheld are a Death Metal band from the west coast of Canada. They came into existence slowly throughout the course of 2014 which ended with them releasing their debut self titled EP. A relentless onslaught of cacophonus riffs, gutteral vocals, and fast drumming.

The band has always aimed to create a sound that is unique but still at it's core Death Metal. They also prefer to utilize lyrical themes that stray away from the conventional themes of the genre such as gore and violence. Instead they prefer to write about things such as depression, existential despair, and the human condition. Things that are more so abstract and not necessarily tangible in the physical sense; hence the name, Unbeheld.

For those who are curious though; the origins of Unbeheld do go farther back than 2014; however this period of time was under a different moniker.

In 2009 Izzy Langlais formed a band called Damn The Eyes with his friend Jason Barret. Influenced by bands such as Deicide and Decapitated, this duo alongside Joey Mclean, Jason White, and Kyle Zennojo, forged the sound that would lay the groundwork for what was to eventually become Unbeheld. After both Jasons and Joey decided to leave the band to pursue other interests; Kyle and Izzy chose to continue on and recruited Noah Reinheiemer and Joseph Harvey to create the current lineup for Unbeheld.

SORROWSEED may have taken mortal form in 2009, but the genesis of their message dates back to 2006, with some material going back to 2002, when Morte McAdaver and Thomas Cyranowski first crafted the mystic spells that would come to comprise "The Extinction Prophecies", the group's first full length, double disc album, released in 2011 to critical acclaim. Two years later, after extensive lineup changes, the band released "Nemesis Engine" to similar praise, boasting a guest appearance by King Diamond's legendary guitar master Andy LaRocque.

You can stream and purchase all three of Sorrowseed's albums, "Dread Sylvan Summonings", "Descent of the Scarab Prophet", and "Nemesis Engine", online at

Spectral Voices is a 5 piece band from NYC delivering unique and original progressive/melodic death metal in the vein of Opeth, Insomnium, Dååth, and more.

Technical Damage was formed by brothers Peter and Michael Bagchi in 2010 along with Aman Brar. The following years saw the additions of bassist Zac Brooks and guitarist Ben Terry, along with the creation of original music in the form of an EP which was released in 2012. The band receded into inactivity after undergoing several lineup changes, including the departure of Brar, Brooks and Terry.

Technical Damage reemerged in 2014, acquiring bassist Chris McIlroy while searching for a new guitarist and vocalist. The band recruited Harrison Shaw (Samerez, Boomstick Lane) as their new guitarist in 2015 and later added Kurtis Jeffrey to the lineup as the new vocalist in 2016. Together, the reformed lineup entered the studio and released their second EP, “Damaged Nation”, in November 2016.


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