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Please join me and many of the fantastic artist from the Dayton Indie Music Madness contest for a concert on Saturday Nov 1st at the old Dayton Yellow Cab building. 700 E. 4th st. Dayton, Oh. Doors open at 1pm and Agony is set perform at 10pm. There will be 12 bands, food vendors and various activities. Tickets are $10 for all ages at the door!
Via Daniel Diesel; Daniel Diesel hosts Ohio Is On Fire live on WWSU 106.9 FM and www.wwsu1069.org. Featuring exclusive interview and new music of DIMM Con 2014 artists. Be the first to call 937-775-5555 to ask a question and 2 tickets to DIMM Con 2014. Visit Dayton Indie Music Madness for local music news and updates on concert and tournament.
Sounds Like: Alter Bridge, Dishwalla, Dream Theater, Breaking Benjamin, Poets of the Fall
Label: EMR Records and Managemet
Manager: Mack Perry
Bio: Agony’s beginning echoes honor to those who would challenge the sun. Though our overture reflects the eternal dream the sleeper has awakened. As we bore witness to this paradox the logic is ill refute.
Lyrics that could only be written in the stones, they will echo through eternity and well b...See Full Bio
“You would never now to listen to Agony in the Garden that it’s a one man band. In that aspect he reminds me of Trent Reznor, very cool. I gotta say I kinda like this jam. There is some thing about it that reminds me of the metal in the 80’s. Those guitar riffs are totally retro, but used in a way that makes it perfectly new and relevant. I love some of the hot dogging that he’s doing. He’s got the skills so show em off baby! Vocally this is one of the best metal voices I’ve heard in years. Deep, rich with a bit of grit and that just perfect range. The drum line isn’t the most complex one I’ve ever reviewed but don’t take that to mean it just lays there. This guy is obviously working his ass of playing the line. It’s not really an uptempo song but it’s not exactly slow either. You just have to listen to it. Would I Listen to More of Their Stuff: Yes. I like the voice a lot and those guitars are staying with me already.”