BloodKlot's EP launch
Red Descending album launch!
Prescient, The Ascent, and Bend The Sky will be delivering damage on a molecular level in The Den, at the Civic Hotel, Inglewood, on the 15th January 2011. The Headlining act is yet to be announced, so keep your mouse finger clicking, as it will be confirmed very soon. $12 entry, 8pm start
Label: Sovereign Records
Bio: The evolution of metal is as intricate as the evolution of life. Its genetic code is imprinted into thousands of different species, each traceable back down a common bloodline. And as this broader evolution has taken place, each new species has been an advancement of the last.
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Some more pre production this afternoon. Getting psyched!
“When an album like Inception Of Salvation lands on your desk you find it hard not to be excited about the future of Perth’s music scene. The Ascent’s debut album carries with it striking maturity and strength for such a young band whose only other release is an EP. They also stray from the current trend of ‘core’ bands by serving up pure balls-to-the-wall metal. Inception Of Salvation showcases the band’s metal influences from the thrash era and early ‘90s bands like Pantera and Anthrax making their sound feel familiar yet totally unique. The Call has a Dimebag Darrell vibe with loping groove-inspired guitar-crunching and adds some brutal drumming which begs to be played louder. Living up to their metal influences Chris and James deliver memorable riffs and seamlessly throw in melodic solos. In reality The Ascent share more in common with Trivium who also gave the thrash genre a modern edge, except Chris’s vocals are far easier on the ear than Trivium’s Matt Heafy”
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