Atrocious Abnormality, Everthrone, Coffin Syrup
400 W. Tremont Ave.
Charlotte, NC, 28203
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is all ages
Spine Extraction creates Brutal Dark Music.
A Sick Mixed Metal Band focused to aggression. Spine Extraction recorded their first Album with renowned professional sound engineer Jamie King.
Atrocious Abnormality is a brutal death metal band from Kings Mountain, N.C., formed in Feb. 2006 by Brent Williams, former drummer of such bands as Lust of Decay, Putrilage, Chaosego and more, and Steve Green of Lust of Decay and Comatose Music. After a month or so James O'Neal from Apotheosys and now Lecherous Nocturne was recruited for the bass duties, which he handles quite well! After about a year and a half of writing Atrocious Abnormality entered Sound Lab Studios in Columbia S.C. with engineer Bob Moore in July 2007 to begin recording of the debut full length album "Echoes of the Rotting". Shortly after the album was released on Halloween 2007.
Now brings 2011, and after a couple of line-up changes, Atrocious Abnormality is once again a 3 piece band, yet still hoping to find an able guitarist to fill the void, and the band is possibly seeking to add a vocalist to the ranks as well before the recording their 2nd full length album to be titled "Formed in Disgust".
The new album will consist of 9 songs and will be recorded in the winter of 2011/2012
Formed from the ashes of Merzah and reborn. Please check us out. Like us on Facebook. We hope you enjoy our music.
"Everthrone has the distinction of being the only band in the upstate doing what they do as well as they do it. There has not been a band with quite as overwhelming a sound in years and these guys have demolished the playing field for any that would dare tread in their wake."
"With a sound so epic you’d think it belonged on “Game of Thrones,” these guys are bringing symphonic metal to the Carolinas in a BIG way. Their incredible storytelling and breathtaking delivery make them a genuinely mesmerizing experience. For fans of Nightwish, Týr, Apocalyptica and KAMELOT, definitely take the time to check out Everthrone and experience the same commanding force and uplifting epic-ness right in your own backyard!"
"And check out Everthrone of McConnells, South Carolina. What’s this? A progressive “Darkwave” act slyly slipped in amongst the power/traditional crowd, drawing from Amorphis and Katatonia over Judas Priest and Blind Guardian? Shut up and take my money already."
— Metal Underground
"South Carolina's EVERTHRONE are a Prog Power band growing in popularity, and their debut full-length, “Evil Tongues” is an eclectic mix of elements typical of Progressive Power Metal, but also ingeniously incorporates synth melodies and arrangements not so different to those found in AMARANTHE. If Gandalf were in a Power Metal band, this would be it." Rating 8/10 Evil Tongues Album Review.
— Metal Temple
"Everthrone has such an interesting approach to metal here. They start with a foundation of straightforward progressive metal and borrow heavily from the gothic and darkwave sounds, even throwing in some harsh vocals for emphasis (and a Projector-era Dark Tranquillity vibe) on a few tracks. Think Evergrey (or a less noodly Dream Theater) meets later Sentenced. You wouldn’t expect to find progressive arrangements and synth-pop elements side-by-side, and you certainly wouldn’t expect it to work this well, but the results are undeniable. Evil Tongues is a highly enjoyable and very impressive debut from one of the brightest new stars in the American progressive metal scene. Everthrone takes an unusual approach to the genre, but taking chances and pushing the boundaries is what progressive metal is supposed to be about in the first place. If you like your progressive metal on the (very) melodic side, you do not want to miss this album. "
— Hard Rock Haven
"Once there was a band called Merzah, a group of musicians from York County, South Carolina who from forming in 2005 earned a fine reputation for their muscular and aggressive form of progressive metal sculpted with a magnetic melodic imagination. Two EPs, In the Trenches of 2006 and especially Existence Denied released in 2009, as well as impressive live performances marked the band as having one of the more inventive enterprising sounds to be inspired by. Now the musicians who made up a very promising band have stepped forward as Everthrone, an evolution of the former guise which has emerged as something even more impressive and creatively intriguing, and even more thrilling."
— Pete, Ringmaster Review
Coffin Syrup is a brutal death metal band from Charleston, South Carolina founded in 2003.
Coffin Syrup executes a wide range of guttural and death metal vokillz in their songs, along with devastating drums, and dual guitar attack. Influenced by almost every corner of the metal genre, they incorporate elements of many styles of metal into their songs. Death, Black, Grind, Slam, Technical, Progressive, and Brutal Death Metal elements are all present in their songs among many other styles. Their skilled musicianship, sickening vokillz, and superior songwriting abilities have won them a rabid and dedicated fan base. Their crushing stage presence has made them infamous for stirring up vicious mosh pits during live performances, sometimes resulting in varying degrees of personal injury.
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