We have a special band coming out from Ohio so please try your best to make it out. This will be on the main stage $10 show and just really great local support. This will be an amazing night!! Send invites to your friends and fans share the event and most inportant support the scene show up!! Featuring : Killing gods https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2EdMFZiQBo 8pm The Unlawful https://www.reverbnation.com/theunlawful 9pm Special Guest SILVERSYDE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PizkmGYVkI 10pm The Darksiders https://www.reverbnation.com/thedarksiders 11pm Times subject to change.
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Sounds Like: queens of the stone age, nine inch nails, rage against the machine, deftones, Nirvana
Manager: Self managed
Bio: A must see live act, Killing gods take the stage with explosive energy and accomplishes something few emerging bands do. Killing Gods grabs the audience’s attention and strips away the labels we seem to want to pigeon hole bands into allowing the concert goer to fully envelope themselves into th...See Full Bio
“Killing Gods sounds like they’d be an intense band. The name implies a kind of grandiose aggression, a callousness built up over time to compensate for the difference between what is right and what is good and what is already done and unchangeable. So it comes as no surprise when the guitar first comes buzzing out of the speakers like an impossibly sharp knife with a mind of its own. It comes as no surprise when the rhythm section thunders to life with menacing purpose, like a grand machine smoothly shifting into gear. And yet, Killing Gods manages to surprise, to use these elements to set expectations, then defying them at every opportunity: a guitar-driven song is taken over halfway by an undulating bass groove, a chorus picks up an unexpected dance beat, the vocals pivot from a glossy baritone to a powerful scream to a soaring tenor in the space of a few seconds. The group’s latest release–Escape, a three-song blast of moody, atmospheric hard rock–is the sound of four musici”