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IT DIES TODAY REUNION TOUR stopping at Championships Bar in Trenton. There will be no Philadelphia show so everyone must come to Champs only about 30 minutes away!!
A Benefit for The Aiosa Family....
Y'all know Marrissa as that cute girl at the door at Posidemic Ntertainment shows. We know her as something so much more! Come join us in celebrating her birthday on Saturday - August 9th, 2014! Featuring: Kayotik Julius Seizure Goat Herder The Aberration To Die A Legend A Sight To Behold (Debut Appearance) This is a 21+ show and tickets are just $5! Bring a dish of baked goods and get in free! Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/463093157158988/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=calendar&source=1
The Summer Slaughter Tour at Rapids Theater - Niagara Falls, NY.
Sounds Like: August Burns Red, All Shall Perish, The-Haunted, After The Burial, Unearth Official
Bio: Julius Seizure formed in November 2011, hailing from central and northern New Jersey, and is currently based out of Clifton, NJ. Julius Seizure strives to achieve the perfect balance between melody and brutality, with a sound that is wildly unpredictable yet carefully crafted. Comprised of the ...See Full Bio
“Julius Seizure are a local metal band, hailing from Clifton, NJ. In August 2013, they released their EP, Trials, with vocalist Charlie Corletta. The band follows a DIY approach, being heavily involved in all aspects of their music, including the recording of this EP. The album begins with a judge banging his gavel and asking for order in “Chance,” before erupting into mayhem. The first thing I noticed on this track was the immediate use of double bass and heavy riffs before getting into the verse. Although this song has lots of speed and fast pieces, the use of two guitarists allows one of them to play melodic notes that stand out in the background, which is a very solid technique that Julius Seizure excel at. “Trials” begins with a calm opening on piano before the guitars kick in along with a thrashy drum beat. Corletta showcases his vocal range throughout this EP as he transitions from harsh to clean vocals. His range is seen throughout the record and works well with the res”