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Kansas City's Premier Horror Convention! 3 days of Celebs, Movies, Panels, Vendors and Terror! Thats right folks! Crypticon is comming back to KC! This year Crypticon is being held at the Ramada Inn in Kansas City! Check out our photo album 2012 Guests for this years celebs. Also head to our brand new website for updates and event times. Please help spread the word about the con by telling your friends to like the page
Klehma, Dogs Of Delphi, Seasons Of Pain
Finntroll at the Granada Theatre in Lawrence, KS with locals Klehma and Vanlade opening
Sounds Like: ISIS, Opeth, Iron Maiden, Amon Amarth | Fans, Pink Floyd
Bio: Midwest Metal Musicians seeking the affection of American and European Metal Fans!! Klehma serves up a feast of attacking metal riffs from present day metal and pours in a nice mixture of sounds from the early metal, thrash and power metal eras. With vocals ranging from clean to death growl from ...See Full Bio
Klehma has a show on 08/15/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Crypticon KC in Kansas City, MO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/4yy0p1 #concert
“Old school melodic metallers Klehma last year released their self-titled debut EP, and whilst you might be forgiven for presuming that a band who cite such an eclectic spectrum of influences might just end up sounding like an directionless non-entity, I’m glad to report that this is certainly not the case with the US’ Klehma. Instrumental opener Dead Hand sets the mood pretty comprehensively with riffs peppered with old-school, Maiden-esque harmonies and melodic lines, perfectly complemented with occasional doses of vertebrae-obliterating crunch. Vocals are introduced with Into The Abyss, and could be fairly accurately described as the three-way sonic lovechild of Mikael Akerfeldt, Johann Hegg and Lars Petrov, and they sit beautifully over the slightly more ‘classic’ metal-flavoured guitar work – indeed, the riff leading into the last third of the songs can only be described as immense. See link for full review...........”