Stage Times: 19:30 - METASOMA 20:30 - MONUMENT 21:30 - SANCTUARY Reunions can either be something one dreads or something filled with plenty of anticipation. For reactivated legendary Seattle metal band, Sanctuary, and their legions of fans, it’s been the later. Sanctuary was formed in Seattle in 1985, they released two studio albums on Epic Records, Refuge Denied in 1987 and Into the Mirror Black in 1989. Worldwide touring with the likes of Megadeth, Warlock, Fates Warning and Death Angel, just to name a few, followed each album. Singer, Warrel Dane’s, sky high vocals combined with guitarist, Lenny Rutledge’s more mature take on classic thrash riffs separated Sanctuary from the throes of metal bands struggling to get noticed as at the time. Simply put, Sanctuary offered something fresh sounding in the muddled world of ‘80s thrash.
It's happening! Metasoma will release debut album 'Mirror of Life' on 12/09/2014!!! Make sure you have an evening off that day to join us at Camden Barfly! We will celebrate with a gig and we will share the stage with two great bands Neverstar and Imicus! Don't forget to check them out! We know YOU will be there and we know we'll give YOU best Metasoma ever did!!!
Sounds Like: Five Finger Death Punch, Pantera, System of a Down, Disturbed, Metallica
Manager: Libor Pribramsky - Big Crank Agency Ltd., London, UK
Bio: Metasoma has a unique blend of culture and style which fuses rock n roll with heavy metal. The group came together in London in late 2009 by two seasoned riff masters Voytek and Michal who were out on the look for someone to take over the frontman position, after quite a search they came across w...See Full Bio
Vlad Alexandru Iancu
“Metasoma 'Metal Erosion' Gener:Metal Featuring a massive sounding production(courtesy of band guitarist Michael Sedzielewski) This five-track disc is inpressively bruising encounter.Four of the five songs are outstanding ('Older' suffers from not knowing what it wants to be and is the weakest cut on offer) but the awesome little track(featuring a fantastic vocal performance from singer Amro) the Velvet Revolver-esque 'Rast A Peace','Lost My Way and the fabulous 'I Am Me' more than make up for it. Definitely a band to whatch out for. Mik Gaffney Power Play Magazine.”