Project Mayhem Collective Presents the 'Til Death Do We Party Festival 2016 (Tony Marx Birthday Extravaganza) The Building Coplay, PA All Ages / Free Show / 1PM For Address Ask A Punk Bands: THRODL (Metal / Hardcore from Reading) https://www.facebook.com/THRODL/?fref=ts Satyagraha (Metalcore / Hardcore / Punk from South Philly) https://www.facebook.com/satyagraha215/?fref=ts Snakes of Christ (Female Fronted Danzig Experience from LV) https://www.facebook.com/soclv/?fref=ts Father of Sin (Black Doom from Allentown) https://www.facebook.com/FatherofSin/?fref=ts Buried At Dawn (Thrash Metal from Bethlehem, PA) https://www.facebook.com/buriedatdawn Kept Blind (Hardcore Punk Mess from Berks / LV) https://www.facebook.com/Kept-Blind-1510101265950006/?fref=ts Dick Splint (Thrashcore / Crossover from Scranton) https://www.facebook.com/dickandsplint/ Beer and Pretzels (Upbeat Chaos from York) https://www.facebook.com/BeerandPretzels/?fref=ts Clerikal Error (Beercore gracious hosts of the Building) https://www.facebook.com/Clerikal-Error-313321945534695/ Admit Nothing (Punk Rock from Allentown) https://www.facebook.com/admitnothingpunkrock/ Underwear Serpents (Punk Rock Macungie) https://www.facebook.com/TheUnderwearSerpents/?fref=ts The Davephlegmball (Punk Rock from Hometown) https://www.facebook.com/thedavephlegmball/?fref=ts
10th year of Kohl Fest!! Come on out to rock with many bands and have a night yo will not forget.
Cancer Benefit Show http://www.wfmz.com/news/news-regional-lehighvalley/father-of-newborn-son-struggling-with-aggressive-cancer-battle/27481358
Manager: Mark Kohl Promotions and Booking
Bio: THRODL is a 6 piece metal band hailing from Reading, Pennsylvania. Originally formed in 2001, the group has been playing up and down the east coast for the last decade. Their style of metal has varied over their career, and has had influences from everything from hardcore and rock to deathcore an...See Full Bio
“THRODL is still growing and developing as a young band, but there are many moments on No Honour In Exile where you can’t deny the upside potential, and... you will be treated to an act that – unlike most of the trend following bands in music today – are successfully carving out their own identity in an experimental musical approach that at times sounds like SLAYER and EYEHATEGOD birthed a child... and named it THRODL… You would be doing yourself a major disservice by not listening to what these guys are doing. No Honour In Exile is one of the more visceral records you will hear in 2010.”