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Cynical Sounds present Creative Chaos II, Featuring "Decapitated" (Poland) "Nervecell (Dubai") & Opening band "Assault" (Singapore) Venue: Zouk
MOSH PARTY and Home Club Present – Mosh Party 7 Metal Tribute Night Top local bands are paying tribute to the God of Rock and Roll in this INSANE, HEAVY & LOUD tribute night. The event will be hosted by comedic genius Fakka Fuzz and its a gig you shouldn't Fuckin miss! Finalized Bands/Tribute to 1) Stillborn/Slayer & Lamb Of God 2) The Vipers/Misfits and Ramones 3) Amterrible/ Sublime and AFI 4) Assault/ Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper 5) Youthwreck/Megadeth 6) E Thereal/Arch Enemy and Metallica 7) Ark of Death/Slipknot & Behemoth 8) Heaven brought me Hell/ Trivium & Bullet for my valentine 9) Vermillion/ Rage against the Machine and AC/DC ENTRY RESTRICTED TO 200 GUESTS. Tickets: $12 (inc 1 housepour drink) Doors open: 3pm till late Advance tickets are recommended and are available from Vin (9105 5825) & Karan (90030985) Welcome to the Mosh Party.
Assault headline show in Thailand for the very first time!
Sounds Like: Arch Enemy, At the Gates, Dark Tranquility, In Flames, Bloodbath
Manager: Clarence Chong
Bio: Assault was formed in June 2006 by vocalist Clarence Chong, and was joined later by guitarist Hanesh and bassist Syaz, And Drummer Noh who joined the band in 2010, With the new additional members "Yuda"who joined the band in July 2011, Assault is currently a Five-Piece Melodic Death Metal Act. He...See Full Bio
Recording mode for full-length album!
“There's a bit of a soft spot somewhere in my unhallowed coal of a heart that warmly welcomes melodic death metal for a brief yet controlled period of time. Bands like Scar Symmetry et al. can occasionally make stuff that's fun and appealing in its own little right, and I had the pleasure of serendipitously discovering a small squad budding in the mysterious landmass of Singapore called Assault. Their debut EP, "Exceptions of the Rebellions," is at the very least a consistent, punching release that accurately represents a good chunk of what melodic death metal is supposed to be, although there happens to be a few rough patches coiling in the machine. Overall though, the four-song effort strikes quickly and stays in its relaxed position, an accurate snapshot of the confident and dashing gentlemen running this nifty Assault group.”