Metal returns to the Effingham Performance Center in a huge way! Grays Divide (central IL), Compelled to Destroy (St. Louis) and Plagues of Purging (central IL) will be bringing the headbanging brutality on Saturday, June 7th at the EPC. All ages are welcome and only $5 will get you into this killer live metal show! M...ark your calenders, tell your friends, get in the pit, bang your heads and lets make this one for the books. Horns up! Check out all of the bands below: www.facebook.com/graysdivide www.facebook.com/compelledtodestroy www.reverbnation.com/plaguesofpurging
Death to Chucktown
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One seriously heavy night of metal. Come destroy St. Louis with us as we open for Wretched, Allegaeon, Abiotic, and Rivers of Nihil. For tickets contact us.
Sounds Like: Through The Eyes Of The Dead, Wretched, The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless, Molotov Solution
Bio: Hailing from all over parts of Southern and Central Illinois comes Plagues of Purging. Influenced by shear chaos, they bring a sound all there own to the masses to enjoy. Bone crushing blast beats, face melting shred guitars, thunder down under bass, and of course, mind piercing vocals make Pla...See Full Bio
“This song starts off with a punch to the face by Arnold Schwarzenegger (before old age) in the form of a heavy gutteral style vocal. the vocalist definitely has a nice vocal range and knows how to use that to influence the sound of the music behind him. the use of pig squeels is small but effective, lyrically speaking they might not be very technical but does give out the message of what the song is entitled. drums are very well sounded and not as generic as the general deathcore genre. really cant get into too much drum talk as i dont know much bet it definitely does set the pace of the song and vocals. guitarists are quit good too, although i do find the riffs a little too repetitive but not boring, they are well broken up and have a great tone, the solo is well written and does add an extra element to the song. also the breakdowns are bouncy yet heavy, always a plus for me when listening to bands overall this song is good and i think they may have even gained a follower fr”