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Celebrating The Maywood's second anniversary all night! 9p doors, 9:30p show - ages 18+ FREE event / NO COVER ---- +$2 surcharge for 18-20 Wow, it's hard to believe that it has been TWO YEARS since we hosted our first show here at The Maywood! We're celebrating that milestone by throwing a FREE/NO COVER blowout with a great group of musicians that have been with us since day one, so come raise a glass with us as we celebrate all of the late nights and good times that have passed, and cheers to all of the ones left to come! BEDOWYN - was the first band on our stage on opening night two years ago! Heavy riffage from right here in Raleighwood. https://bedowyn.bandcamp.com/ CHAOSMIC - exotic progressive rock with a metal touch. Their drummer Marc also played here on our opening night. http://chaosmic.bandcamp.com/ MOTRENDUS - I'm pretty sure Steve n' co were here on opening night, and they also played our second show ever! A modern hard rock band that harkens back to the sounds of the 70s, 80s and 90s...from the psychedelic to the hard-edged, Motrendus delivers. http://www.reverbnation.com/motrendus
Sounds Like: Black Sabbath, The Sword, Mastodon, High On Fire, Thin Lizzy
Bio: Founded in the fall of 2011 by Mark Peters, Todd Parham, Alex Traboulsi, and Marc Campbell, Bedowyn (pronounced Bedouin) infuses elements of classic metal, thrash, doom and Sabbathesque riffs into a powerful and multi-facetted sound accompanied by lyrics about mankind's dark side and the human st...See Full Bio
: See you tonight Raleigh at @SlimsRaleigh with @SatansSatyrs. Going to be nuts! \m/ - https://t.co/XLp9skztUR
“Raleigh’s Bedowyn spent two years honing their sound before issuing 2013’s five-song debut Wolves & Trees. Their patience served them well. Full of familiar inflections, Wolves & Trees embraces the soar and scope of classic metal while reveling in the gruff thunder of doom and death, the pace of thrash and the hooks of hard rock. And where many are content to retread tire tropes, Bedowyn looks to fuse them together in new shapes. When the band shifts from a thrash gallop into pensive psych-rock on “Evil and Right,” the transition is seamless. This pan-metallic fluency helps Bedowyn avoid monotony, but it also makes their music more inviting. Where codified subgenre purism breeds insular orthodoxy, Bedowyn’s heretical embrace of all things heavy leaves room for fresh inspiration.”