Rivers Of Nihil, Bacterial Husk, Artificial Brain
156 Highland Ave
Somerville, MA, 02143
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 12:30 AM)
This event is 18 and over
In 2000, vocalist David Davidson, drummer Phil Dubois-Coyne and bassist Anthony Buda, who attended a high school in Boston, Massachusetts, formed Cryptic Warning, influenced by Guns N' Roses and Metallica. The band's sound is known for being a fusion of technical death metal and thrash metal. Davidson developed his playing technique by attending the Berklee College of Music, where he focused on polyrhythm for jazz. This musical education brought him a expertise in both playing and songwriting, while "some of the atonal aspects of jazz gave him a different perspective on composing and soloing.
Rivers Of Nihil
In a time when the music industry is highly over saturated, it's rare when artists genuinely strive to create something different from the norms of their genre. This Reading PA based 5 piece has been doing just that. Forming out of previous bands and local comradery, Jake, Brody, Jon, Biggs and Ron are on a relentless path of taking things to the next level. In the fall of 2009, they recorded an EP titled "Hierarchy" with producer Carson Slovak of Atrium Audio. The positive response to "Hierarchy" throughout the online community and local music scene gave the band the opportunity to play countless shows, including an appearance on the "Midwest Fuckfest" held in Milwaukee, as well as a 2 week tour within the first year of existence. Nearly 2 years of playing out "Hierarchy", the band entered the studio in June of 2011 with Len Carmichael to record "Temporality Unbound", which features six tracks of pure sonic devastation sure to please fans of the old material, while bringing in new listeners with the matured songwriting and niche for writing more than just riffs. "Temporality Unbound" will be released on October 28th, with touring currently being planned around the release.
Bacterial Husk formed in Boston, MA in November 2015 with the intention of creating gross death/thrash.
"Combining the filthiest elements of both Metal and Grind, Bacterial Husk’s output is that of a once blocked sewer breaking open, spewing out only the most rotten of remains. 'Agnosia of Omens' is an uncompromising mix of both old and new school extremes. Blunt guitar work, axe-swing like drum hits and a relentless battery of scorched screams make up the main body of Bacterial Husk’s torture equipment, with the only let up coming in the sound of a thousand locusts wings beating at once."
Long Island, NY
Profound Lore Records
Rivers Of Nihil
Doors @ 8pm / Show @ 9pm
18+ / underage admitted with a parent/chaperone
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