Rock Against Alzheimer's: Deathgrip
Electric Vengeance, Epic Death, Rivethead, Sathariel
Sat, July 29, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmTrees
This event is all ages
Join us for this fundraiser to raise money for research/cure for Alzheimer’s Disease.https://www.treesdallas.com/event/1493243/
United to thrash with Bran Damage's guiterrorizing shred-work and harsh lead vocals, Trey Lunabomber's maniacal beats, and Napaulm's merciless bass stranglings, Electric Vengeance will smash your skull through your socks with their signature style, Street Metal: a pissed off combination of New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Hardcore Punk, Thrash, and Speed Metal with a healthy mix of attitude and offbeat humor to satisfy the rabid hunger of their rising underground cult - affectionately known as the Street Metal Attack! Keep It Electric.
The band was conceived in 2010 by guitarist/frontman Dennis Dorsett – whose previous credits include work with Aggravated Assault, Chaos, Mischief, Majik, Balance and NeverDead – and features a stellar lineup of artists from the metal circles of Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth: keyboardist/vocalist Becky Dorsett; rhythm guitarist Alex Costa of Dead Trip; bassist/backing vocalist Justin Riddler of Dead Trip; and drummer Reece Stanley, alumnus of Dallas metallers Phantom-X.
With their core lineup in place, the band quickly began their rise to prominence, gaining acclaim both within and beyond the Lone Star State, sharing the stage with metal heavyweights from all points of the globe – including Nile, Finntroll, Mushroomhead and Gemini Syndrome, to name just a few – and have played high profile venues such as Minnesota's annual NYDM Festival and Houston's legendary Scout Bar. They are also prominently featured in Derek Norman's 2012 documentary “Heavy in Houston,” and back before the cameras in the film's sequel."Heavier in Houston".
Epic Death's debut full-length album “Witchcraft,” is produced, engineered and mixed by Stephen Bogle (formerly of acclaimed industrial act The Hunger), and are set to crush and conquer in 2015/2016 – once again confirming the phrase “Things are bigger in Texas” with their own brand of colossal, uncompromising metal.
Prior to their break-up they released two EPs, "The City Sound Number Five" and "The Cheap Wine of Youth." - last.fm
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