Independence Eve Massacre

Music snobs... or “enthusiasts” delight with the level of craft and analysis that Tattermask puts into its melodic/rhythmic interplay to create a deeper meaning for each song. With “an explosive sound that falls somewhere between Evanescence and Sevendust,” Tattermask proves it can run the gamut on the rock-metal continuum and maintain universal appeal.

Since its inception in late 2007, critics and fans alike have flocked to experience Tattermask’s live performance that delivers “a wallop of overall intensity” and grab a coveted copy of the band’s 2008 debut EP, “Looks Can Be Deceiving,” which drew a great deal of media attention for the band. Spending the majority of 2009 and 2010 playing shows, vying for awards and honors, and developing their sound and their fanbase, the members of Tattermask finally released another record, the full-length album “After the Storm...” on 11/11/11 to an enthusiastic audience in their hometown amid a frenzy of radio, newspaper, and magazine interviews. With that, Tattermask’s reach has gone global, and the band is as thirsty for more eager ears as fans are for more music.

In addition to the seriousness with which the band approaches its music, the members are also showing their silly side with a couple of well-received mockumentary “webisodes” that prove the band is not all-business, all the time. Already having written yet another full-length album’s worth of tunes since the last release, Tattermask seeks to stretch itself to the limits by playing bigger concerts, touring more extensively, networking with more bands and fans, and continuing to write the best music of which it is capable in 2013 and beyond.

Forgive Me Not

Forgive Me Not was formed by guitarist Christ Tipple and vocalist Bri Mytrysak in 2011. After recording some homemade demos, they were put in touch with Mark Smith of Deadstar Blues through a mutual friend. After initially agreeing to record and produce the band, Mark ended up joining full-time as bassist. The lineup was completed when drummer Jedd Lygre, freshly back in the States after years in Europe, happened to meet the band through sheer luck by way of an online ad. The four members, while having very diverse musical influences and backgrounds, found that they gelled well together and quickly began writing songs and playing shows around the Charlotte area. Never wanting to sound cliche or ordinary, Forgive Me Not puts a large focus on melody, lyrics, and the occasional odd movement in their music.

Currently, Forgive Me Not is in the process of recording material for a 2013 release.

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Independence Eve Massacre with Akarsha, Rylynn, Of Blackened Skies, Tattermask, TidalWave, Butterfly Corpse, Kavod, Fall of Ashes, ...

Wednesday, July 3 · Doors 4:00 PM / Show 4:15 PM at Tremont Music Hall