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The Brothers Highhorse / Bio

Formed in early 2009, The Brothers Highhorse started as a Progressive Deathcore band from Dallas, Texas. Drawing on their influences from such metal luminaries as The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless and Born Of Osiris, TBH have combined elements from death metal, black metal, grind and hardcore to manifest a technical and ferocious interpretation of musical mayhem.

In just a few short years, The Brothers Highhorse have shared the stage with national metal acts such as : Decapitated | Bleeding Through | The Faceless | All Shall Perish | The Red Chord | Veil Of Maya | Oceano | Vital Remains | Animals As Leaders | Born of Osiris | Upon A Burning Body.

After a few line up changes and a year long hiatus, the boys from TBH have returned, leaving behind their previous style of deathcore and taking on the genre of BLACKENED DEATH METAL. Also, due to his unwavering devotion to the band, and status as the founding member, Dan is now the full time vocalist. With a new, more solid than ever line up, new sound, and fire in their bellies, TBH will return this year (2014) with a new single which will be part of an EP to be released later in the year. \m/

With producer D. Braxton Henry (Devourment, The Famine, Dryline) once again at the recording helm, TBH is set to record the single from their new EP this January. Once the new material makes it's way out, the band's last EP, "Invasion", from Swimming With Sharks Records will be available as a FREE DOWNLOAD. FOREVER.

For booking inquiries, please contact Dan Sharp via e-mail at thebrothershighhorse@yahoo.com

General Info

Band Members
Dan - Vocals, Mark - Guitar, Sean - Bass, Yaseen - Drums
Artist Name
The Brothers Highhorse
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/thebrothershighhorse
Active Since
01/09
Genres
Metal / Death Metal / Black Metal

Contact Info

Location
Dallas, TX

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