we are going to be playing a show may 15th at cherry st station in wallingford, connecticut with our friends in gods & queens(www.godsandqueens.wordpress.com they have that free music) and ferocious fucking teeth (www.ferociousfuckingteeth.bandcamp.com/). it will cost seven dollars and start at six. don’t forget to at least look twenty one…
Thursday, May 26 · 6:00pm - 11:00pmLocationDaniel Street21 Daniel StreetMilford, CT Created ByManic Productions More Info**This show is ALL AGES. We want to be able to do more All Ages shows at Daniel Street so PLEASE come out and show your support. Help spread the word!**
Converge is a 4-piece band, formed in February of 1990 in Salem, Massachusetts. Playing a blend of extreme metal and hardcore punk, this pioneer outfit helped define a lot of the rudiments of the fast-burgeoning metalcore and mathcore genres.
They first started by playing covers of hardcore, punk and heavy metal songs, being self-confessed “hardcore kids with leftover Slayer riffs”. The band soon graduated to playing live performances in 1991 after recording some demos on a 4-track recorder.
In their latter years, Converge have enjoyed relatively high levels of popularity despite the esoteric feel of their music and the substantial lack of media attention they receive. The extreme nature of their music, particularly the atonal vocals and often complicated finger-work of the guitar riffs make it difficult for some to appreciate this brand of metal. Later records have gradually become more extensively produced largely due to the maturation of their sound.
Converge’s influences range from hardcore punk bands, such as Black Flag, Negative Approach, The Accüsed, and Born Against; metal bands like Black Sabbath, Godflesh, Slayer, and Entombed; and proto-mathcore bands Starkweather and Rorschach. Jacob Bannon has also discussed an appreciation for and inspiration from grindcore on Earache Records, post-hardcore on Dischord Records; thrash metal, such as Suicidal Tendencies, Vio-Lence, and Death Angel, and post-punk groups, such as Depeche Mode and The Cure.
Mp3s: http://www.myspace.com/con verge
Trap Them is a band from Salem, New Hampshire, formed in 2001. They began as a side project for vocalist Ryan Mckenney (Backstabbers Inc.) and guitarist Brian Izzi (December Wolves). Since forming they have released three albums, Sleepwell Deconstructer, Seizures in Barren Praise and Darker Handcraft, as well as three EPs, Cunt Heir to the Throne, Séance Prime and Split with Extreme Noise Terror. Anyone digging the 90’s swedish deathsound from the Sunlight studio should have a go at this.
Members of Toronto’s Burning Love play Hot Snakes-influenced punk rock with Chris Colohan (ex-Cursed) providing vocals.
To date they have released a demo 7”, a single 7”, ‘Jack the Ripper’ and an LP entitled ‘Songs for Burning Lovers’
The Flaming Tsunamis
The Flaming Tsunamis are an experimental hardcore/punk band that incorporates a diverse range of eclectic musical styles further accentuated by their inclusion of a horn section, keyboards, samples and auxiliary percussion. Based out of New Haven, CT the fiercely DIY and relentlessly touring six piece has put out releases on Kill Normal, a label that members of the band founded. Since their formation in 1999 the band has released 2 EPs and 2 full-length albums. In 2011 the band announced “Externalities”, their latest and potentially final album.
“We’re all weird ass dudes making music,” said guitarist Mario Nascimento balancing on a stool as I was talking to him one night outside of a show. He was referring to cold snap, a callous brand of hardcore saluting from the ranks of northern Connecticut.” - Elise Granata Inkwell Press
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$15 / All Age
WE ARE BEYOND EXCITED TO BE PLAYING THIS. ENJOY THE HORRIBLE BIO.
Saturday 4/9/11 9pm $5
The Third Death (south county skate punk veterans back from the dead!!)
Cold Snap (from CT, HC played on Rics, get into it)
Ipsissimus (from CT, just signed to Metal Blade!!)
Coke Fiend (time to bring the bedroom mosh to the public)
LETS CHILL AND SMOKE WEED. SHOUTOUTS TO TOR JOHNSON RECORDS FOR THE GIG. WE SHOULD HAVE SOME REALLY COOL ANNOUNCEMENTS SOON.