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Music / Singing - Performance
|Date & Time:||
Saturday, December 9, 2017
8:00 PM-1:00 AM
|Suggested Audiences:||College, Adult, Elders|
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The Cove Music Hall
89 Green Street
Worcester, MA 01604-4134
|Cost:||$10 at the door|
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Single Bullet Theory
Led by former Pissing Razors (Eagle Rock / Spitfire records) guitarist Matt DiFabio, Single Bullet Theory is a sonic force to be reckoned with. Drawing inspiration from the refined vehemence of black metal to the classy flair of power metal, the Philadelphia-based (then quintet) Single Bullet Theory formed in 2000. They displayed a strong do-it-yourself attitude and work ethic from the start, touring across the entire United States four times and issuing self-released EPs in 2001 and 2002, the second of which was produced by Eddy Garcia of Pissing Razors and went on to chart at Number 4 on Metal Radio for three weeks. Their unrelenting drive helped land them the opening slot for the entire month-long Hypocrisy, Soilwork, Killswitch Engage U.S. tour in the spring of 2002. Single Bullet Theory was finally able to ink a deal with Crash Music Inc. (formerly Pavement Records) in 2003. It was at this time that the band went from a 5-piece to a 4-piece, with guitarist Matt DiFabio taking over as lead vocalist while also remaining one of the band's guitarists and main songwriter. The band entered the studio to record their debut album, Route 666 (mixed by James Murphy of Testament, Death and Obituary fame), which was released in April of that year . Route 666 has been described as "an unforgiving example of sensory assault." The band filmed their debut music video for the song "Murder Machines" (filmed and produced by Brett Worley), which aired on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball and Fuse TV's Uranium later that year. SBT toured extensively in support of Route 666 including a month long run with the metal band King Diamond and Entombed in the fall of 2003.
A Fathom Farewell
A Fathom Farewells brand of post-hardcore brings a different angle to a well-tread genre, fusing modern metalcore with influences ranging from traditional Armenian music, to stoner metal, to pop-punk.Their high-energy performance seeks to bring positivity to every musical community they play in.
"Straight outta Boston, A Fathom Farewell took the stage to a growing crowd. If you like an incredible vocal range, this band is for you. If you like screaming, this band is for you. If you dont like rock music, why are you reading this? Just kidding. But in all seriousness, you need to check these guys out."
-Eric Hooker (Boston Rock Radio)
" ...amazing stage presence and a headstrong attitude with their audience . . . they hold nothing back."
-Nate Bixby (Rebellion Pit)
Without Warning is a hard rock/metal band hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. With a heavy hitting take on old school metal, Without Warning brings you the combination of powerful vocals, melodic guitar riffs, and face melting solos. The group was formed in 2013, and consists of lead vocalist and bassist Ian Raposa, rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Darryl Santana, lead guitarist Wes Parker, and drummer Nate Lavins.
They have released their first full EP under the album name "Burning Skies" (Produced by Aart Knyff of Compound Studios, and mastered by Bob St. John who has done previous work with Extreme, Duran Duran, and many others). The band has released a music video for their song Lost, which is available to stream now.
In just over a year, they have gained local recognition and have performed for multiple national acts. Most recently, Without Warning competed in, and won, a battle of the bands for a shot to play at Warped Tour 2015 during its stop at the Mansfield Xfinity Center. They were also invited to play the main stage at the Worcester Palladium for the 2015 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival to open up for Testament and Exodus. They were invited to play at Arch Enemys U.S. Tour during their stop in Massachusetts, which featured Kreator, Huntress, and Starkill. They opened up for the Hookers & BLOW Rock & Comedy tour featuring Dizzy Reed (Guns N Roses), Alex Grossi (Quiet Riot), Johhny Kelly (Type O Negative, Danzig), and Mike Duba (Hotel Diablo), which was hosted by Don Jamieson from VH1s That Metal Show.
$10 at the door
Doors at 8pm
Entered by: The Cove Music Hall
Created: November 16, 2017 at 10:24 PM
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