WOLFPACK PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
Extinction A.D., Mobile Deathcamp, Straight Six, Immortal Sÿnn
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210
Doors 7:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
"Athletic rock" outfit from Newcastle upon Tyne, founded in 1974 by brothers John and Mark Gallagher and Paul Bowden.
John Gallagher - vocals/bass (1974 - Present)
Mark Gallagher - guitar (1974 - Present)
Joe Hasselvander - drums (1988 - Present)
Former members are:
Paul Bowden - guitar (1975-1979)
Pete Shore- guitar (1979-1980)
Paul Sherrif - drums (1975-1976)
Mick Kenworthy - drums (1976-1977)
Sean Taylor - drums (1977-1979)
Rob "Wacko" Hunter - drums (1979-1988)
Crossover Thrash band from Long Island, New York.
While touring with Gwar as Beefcake The Mighty, Todd decided it was high time to switch back to his original instrument, guitar, find the right comrades, and begin melting faces with the style of music they REALLY felt in their loins...
Enter the Glass City's latest abomination, MOBILE DEATHCAMP ! !
A vicious metal trio, made up of Northwest Ohio, and Southeast Michigan musical journeymen.
These three metal "war horses" have been rippin' it up like this since the FIRST time this style was popular !
In their short, yet vibrant history, this newly organized musical terror pocket has shared the stage with such luminaries as: SLAYER, VOI VOD, Cannibal Corpse, Kreator, GWAR, Evile, Behemoth, Lamb Of God, 3 Inches of Blood, Goatwhore, The Red Chord, Lazarus AD, Cattle Decapitation, Rob Zombie, Job For A Cowboy, Skeletonwitch, All That Remains, White Chapel, Black Dahlia Murder, Halo of Locusts, Green Jelly, Chimaira, Shadows Fall, Trivium, Daath, Soilent Green, The Athiarchists, MushroomHead, Type O Negative, Mensrea, God Forbid, Marilyn Manson, and Hatebreed.
Born to "do it"...MOBILE DEATHCAMP ! !
Band History Of Members :
Scott "Cracker" MacEachern ----> Descendant/ Spor/ Wretched Vermin
Boe Skadeland---------------------> Punisher/ A Gruesome Find/ Kryptic Embrace/ Habitual Coersion
Todd Evans -------------------------> Mother Goose/ Dethtoll/ Porn Flakes/ Lazy American Workers/ Gwar
Immortal Sÿnn is a 5-piece heavy metal band from Denver, CO. In a sea of modern cookie-cutter acts, the band tries to retain a more familiar and old school sound that propelled bands of the 70s and 80s to superstardom. Taking their cue from thrashers such as Exodus and Megadeth, as well as NWOBHM legends like Judas Priest and Motörhead, Immortal Sÿnn creates a perfect mixture of speed and grit, but can also knock you out with mid-tempo riffs from hell.
Immortal Sÿnn was formed in 2004 by guitarist and sole original member Tony Z. After constant line-up changes and poorly-recorded demos, Tony decided to put the band on hiatus after joining Denver rock band, Phoenix Rising (later called Wild Angelz and, finally, Devoutcast), in May 2007.
Tony revived Immortal Sÿnn in July 2012 with the looming collapse of Devoutcast. He recruited Devoutcast singer Alex Giebler to record the band’s first single, “Whiskey”, in March 2013. It was an instant hit on online radio shows such as The Friday Night Feature, and received airplay on terrestrial stations such as KILO 94.3 in Colorado Springs as well as KRCX 93.9 and 107X in Denver. A completely new line-up emerged in 2015 when the band released their first EP, Barfly, with new singer, Chase McClellan. The EP contained the aforementioned single, “Whiskey”, as well as their first recorded cover, Pantera’s “We’ll Meet Again”.
The next year, a minor success came for the band when they released their cover of The Chainsmoker’s “Don’t Let Me Down” on youtube and itunes. August 2017 saw the band’s first full-length album, Machine Men, which departs from the groups early hard rock style and delves more into the territory of thrash and traditional metal.
Immortal Sÿnn’s goal is to bring metal to the masses, and to show the world that the sounds of yesteryear are still alive and well. They plan to embark on their first US tour in 2018 with a European excursion also being planned for that summer.
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