Flesh Of The Lotus, Burial In The Sky, Andhera, Dark Waters End, Discontent
1250 N Front Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19122
Doors 4:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
PENNSYLVANIA NÜ VIOLENCE
Flesh Of The Lotus
We are a 5 piece slamming deathcore band, spawning from south central Pennsylvania.
Burial In The Sky
Burial In The Sky is Technical Death Metal band from Mount Carmel PA.
ANDHERA's beginnings are much the same as the liminal phase of a ritual practice. Separating themselves from prior musical endeavors, ANDHERA's members began creating something entirely new together. ANDHERA sets out to create a new experience for fans, using both audio and visual stimuli to portray their creative processes. Now the ritual is almost complete. Come February 7th, 2017 you, too, will be able to observe the wave.
Dark Waters End
Dark Waters End takes progressive death metal to a level that makes you think twice about nodding your head in standard timing. This eclectic group of musicians teeter on the boundary of what many in the Philadelphia area describe as technical metal, but without the need for a scientific calculator. Their music consists of an all-embracing range of metal, from a variety of influences to create a very dynamic and progressive sound.
The band began its current formation in 2012 with vocalist John William, guitarist Elijah Masiko, drummer Ian McGarry and bassist Chris Williams. It’s at this time that the band truly developed and defined their sound. In 2014 lead-guitarist Ian Wright joined the band, bringing a most sought after dynamic. Since then the band has recorded their debut EP ‘Rat King’ released in early 2016, and most recently completed their first and much anticipated full-length ‘Submersion’.
Dark Waters End has a sound that can range from beautifully-haunting to terrifying in a matter of minutes. Influences from bands such as Converge, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and The Faceless inspire the band to approach metal from all angles and can be aggressive, peaceful, and brutal all within a single song. Additionally, influences from bands such as The Contortionist and Between the Buried and Me have paved the way for the band to incorporate atypical melodies and provide a robust blend of progressive metal.
The hard work, dedication, and determination of Dark Waters End has allowed them to share the stage with acts such as Candiria, Car Bomb, Psyopus and Ion Dissonance.