Its the annual Oktoberfest! Beer tasting and corn-hole tournament sponsored by budlight! Its also gonna be our Rockfest!!! 3 bands! NO Cover! Promise the World, Scent of Remains and Bent to Break! This is a show you don't want to miss! Starts at 9pm! Beer Tasting and Corn-hole starting at 2pm!
Come see some of Knoxville's finest metal bands tear up the stage this Friday!! More bands will be added as confirmed
For The Music Productions Presents: The First Annual: BurtFest - Day #3 w/ Scent of Remains, Kill Matilda, Led By The Blind, Urban Reverie, Pockets, & more! FTMP's 3-Day Long 3 Year Anniversary Festival! February 24th, 2015 Doors open at 6:00pm $10.00 pre-sale, $15.00 day of show (Ticket gets the purchaser in for ALL THREE DAYS!) For tickets call: (716) 831-3271 Or order online at: http://mapleentertainment.com/show.cfm?id=185824 at: The Maple Entertainment Complex Maple Ridge Plaza 4224 Maple Rd. @ Sweet Home Buffalo, NY 14226
Sounds Like: Pantera, Black Sabbath, Lamb of God
Label: Pavement Entertainment
Bio: Exploding forth from a blood and sweat soaked wrecking ball of pounding and rolling grooves, memorable hooks, wailing lead guitar, and a trinity of screaming, death growls and clean vocals, Scent of Remains defy any –core suffix or sub-sub genre descriptors. The focus is pure, simple and to the p...See Full Bio
“Under a Blackened Sky is the latest release from Knoxville,TN based Metal Band Scent of Remains. This is a follow-up to their EP that was released last year that featured 3 songs which are also included on this album(Snake in the grass, Parasite, BTK). The band features 5 very unique members who all hail from different areas of the Country. It begins with an upbeat climactic intro, straight into “The forfeit. The moment that you hear Michael Yates signature scream, you know you are in for one hell of a ride. I found myself feeling an instant adrenaline rush. Throughout the album I found different musical influences. Musical stylings that vary from tracks like “Unholy” which reminded me of the trademark Metallica sound back in the And Justice for all Days, to “Wakefield” which is an acoustic track that really shows off the vocal skill and quality that Michael Yates possesses. Unholy I would describe as Metallica meets Cradle of Filth. With one of the most epic breakdowns...R”