We’re closing the doors of Shorewood Legion Hall with an insane lineup. Featuring sets from Wings Of Scarlet, Forever Is Forgotten, Too Pure To Die, Once For All, Bereft, and more. Come say goodbye at The Shorewood Sayonara.
Each week, the Metal Nexus features a band from a different state for their State of the Art series. And this week they chose us from a pool of a ton of great Wisconsin bands. We’re humbled. Click below to read what they had to say.
We are excited to let everyone know that we have started tracking for our new EP entitled The Serpent’s Root. Drum tracking was handled by Shane Hochstetler at Howl Street Recordings last month. Further recording will be handled by our guitarist Jamie Kerwin at Davidian Studios in Milwaukee. We plan on taking our time with this release so expect something out in early 2019!
We were recently included in Toilet ov Hell‘s ongoing The Sound of Courage series which highlights bands pushing the boundaries of metal’s well-defined conventions. We couldn’t be more honored to be recognized. Click the picture below to see what they had to say about our song Nine Lives Lost!
To say Milwaukee has a shortage of all ages venues is an understatement. This show consists of multiple bands who are either just being acquainted with this building or have tons of long-lasting memories within these walls. Let’s welcome back Shorewood Legion Hall and show everyone how having all ages spaces in Milwaukee will help foster an incredible community of amazing musicians.
The show is free. The show is all ages. Respect the venue. Respect the bands. Respect one another.
Many years ago a few of us had the chance to tour with with the guys in With Dead Hands Rising. We couldn’t be more excited to be playing their hometown with them alongside Nehemiah, Too Pure To Die, Venia, and Rains of Apathy on Saturday, July 14th. Tickets on sale now: https://ticketf.ly/2FsXg7b
We are playing our next Milwaukee show with La Armada and The Ox King in April at Frank’s Power Plant.
La Armada is currently on tour with Propagandhi and their new record ‘Anti-Colonial Vol. 1’ came out last week. This band is pissed off and if you can’t tell through their music, you’re going to see it in their live show.
The Ox King are about to release a new record with Thieves, and if we’re lucky, they’ll have that record at this show. Every time this band plays, there is a party and we anticipate this show to be no different.
We are still trying to come up with words to show our appreciation for the write up that Invisible Oranges did for our latest release. Ian Cory is truly a wordsmith. Read it for yourself. http://bit.ly/2Dmjwi0