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Cassandra Syndrome Cassandra Syndrome's album release party and FINAL SHOW. Come to our Wake! Other acts TBA.
Can't wait for Landless Theatre's prog-metal version of Sweeney Todd? We have just the solution- pre-party with the bands on a special night at Acre 121 in Columbia Heights.. Hear music from Cassandra Syndrome live and in concert! AND from 8pm-close all New Belgium beers are only $5! This is a FREE event, so bring your friends and support Landless Theatre.
The Last TDP Show (State Theater - Falls Church, VA)
come together to celebrate giving a voice to many who do not have one... to spread autism awareness and acceptance through Music......A special celebration of love The show is starting at 4pm and running until close... Acoustic players will be on stage by main stage and play in between sets.. Raffles and more An amazing line up Seven x seventy 4pm Hate The Toy 5PM Cassandra Syndrome 6pm Faith in Jane 7pm PAIN 8pm THE BLUES VULTURES 9pm to 10:45 Baby Jayne 11pm Native Grave 12pm Acoustics
Sounds Like: Nightwish, Epica, Kamelot, Evanescence, Lacuna Coil
Label: Figmental Records
Manager: Irene Jericho
Bio: Cassandra Syndrome is a Maryland-based Symphonic/Gothic Metal band brimming with explosive riffs, operatic punch and infectious energy. This female-fronted powerhouse combines elements that are simultaneously dark and beautiful. Forcefully heavy riffs and a healthy dose of groove combine with soa...See Full Bio
"... one-of-a-kind experimental opera metal. My co-writer Doctor T has been raving about this band for some time now and I can see why...[V]ery different from anything I’ve heard before, and I most certainly wanted to hear more, so I bought the band’s newest album, Satire X, immediately after the set. Vocalist Irene Jericho has quite a range and does some interesting things with her voice..."
Ask Cassandra Syndrome anything...
Q: Have you ever thought about doing a show in Canada? Perhaps northern Alberta?
A: Hi Silas! We'd absolutely love to, of course, but at this point we're just a regional band. The furthest afield we've played is four or five states away. The other factor, specific to Canada, is their fee for non-Canadian performers. Right now, it's $150 per musician, per performance, but there's legislation in the works to increase that to more than $400 per musician. For a smaller-scale band like us, that's outside the realm of what we can afford. So even if we start playing outside the borders of the US, the policy in Canada would have to change before we could tour there :( Cheers, Irene
Asked by Silas Leo Halliwell. Answered on Sun Sep 01 2013All Questions