Incite - Better Left Unsaid, Spades and Blades, Play For Blood, Footer InciteWebsiteMySpaceFacebookTwitterLinksIncite are locked and loaded for a modern thrash revolution. The Arizona quartet fuses tight, technical shredding and monstrous grooves together on their formidable second full-length release produced by Logan Mader [DevilDriver, Fear Factory, Five Finger Death Punch, Gojira]. Due out fall 2012 on minus HEAD Records, it's brutal, bludgeoning, and bloodthirsty metal. Singer Richie Cavalera is no stranger to quality heavy music. Immersing himself in the genre as a kid, his destiny was always the stage.In 2004, along with Zak [drums], Dis [guitar], and Luis [bass], Richie formed Incite with that in mind. Soon after, the band destroyed venues across Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States with everyone from Dillinger Escape Plan to Soulfly, garnering rave reviews from tastemakers such as Kerrang! in the process. The group's 2009 debut, The Slaughter, left an indelible mark on the genre. Revolver called it "thrash that's hard to refuse/resist", and the single "Army of Darkness" hit #31 on the Sirius Metal Charts. Now, they're bringing everything to a new level with their second full-length. Incite's modern musical assault and battery has been honed and sharpened. It's their time now. You've been warned.
INCITE's Up In Hell US Tour with special guests Official Better Left Unsaid and Spades and Blades. Doors at 8PM. 21+ only.
Sounds Like: As I Lay Dying Official, Memphis May Fire, Asking Alexandria, War Of Ages, Norma Jean
Bio: Although formed in 2006 as Spades And Blades, the founding members, Jason, Justin, and Josiah have been playing together since 2001 after they formed Hardcore Punk act The Havoc. The current lineup for SAB was completed in 2010, as was their debut album “Blood of the Innocent”. The album’s releas...See Full Bio
““Progression and experimentation, finding your niche; are earmarks of creativity. SAB have used those characteristics to create some heart pounding, rhythmically driven music that moves you. A big part of Spades and Blades is how they utilized the vocals of Jason Todd. Todd is truly a front man who engages with the audience, compelling participation and interaction. However, musically, they have used his vocals; which include actual enunciation of lyrics even in the screaming and growling that is a demarcation of today’s brand of metal, as another instrument. Rather than the band being a prop to showcase the singer, they have aptly used the syncopation of Todd’s vocals and it is woven into the music, synchronous with the rhythm and beat of the bass, the drums, the guitars giving the music a brutal sound that send a message of all working as one to deliver the doom and gloom that is delivered lyrically.”