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Tuesday October 23 2018
 7:30PM doors -- music at 8:00PM
 
•••  ALL AGES
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
Cane Hill
www.wearecanehill.com/
 Metal
Sharptooth
sharptoothband.com/
 hardcore punk
Afterlife
www.facebook.com/afterlifex/
 Metal - Rock


Cane Hill
Elijah Witt - Vocals
James Barnett - Guitar
Ryan Henriquez - Bass -
Devin Clark - Drums -
-from New Orleans, LA

-While the history of rock is littered with unlistenable self-indulgent albums made by musicians who pushed the hallucinogenic envelope too far, Cane Hill — named, perhaps appropriately, for a London asylum built in the 19th century — managed to channel the lessons gleaned from their acid explorations into a new sense of purpose and creativity. Produced by Drew Fulk (Motionless in White, Fear Factory), Too Far Gone is an incredibly focused record; cuts like "Lord of Flies," "Hateful" and the title-track find a cohesive (and very appealing) sonic middle-ground between Slipknot, Pantera, Korn and Alice in Chains. There isn't an ounce of musical fat anywhere on the album — it's just one ripping riff and jugular-slicing hook after another.

"We don't believe in bullshit," Witt explains. "We tried to make this album so that there was no filler, there was nothing extra that didn't need to be there — it was just very to-the-point. We wanted the hooks, we wanted the emotions; we wanted the songs to be able to pick you up, throw you and go get you and bring you back, all in three-and-a-half minutes."




Sharptooth
Lauren Kashan - Vocals
Keth Higgins - Guitar
Lance Donati -Guitar
Phil Rasinski - Bass
Conor Mac - Drums
-from Baltimore, MD

-"We're at a really concerning place in politics. Actually, it's downright terrifying. At times like this, it's hard to see any silver lining at all. Thankfully, Baltimore hardcore band, Sharptooth, is here to save the day with their first full length, Clever Girl. If anything is going to be a silver lining in times like these, it's this album. "

-February 13th, 2017 by Kirstie Rouse
of The Odyssey Online
https://www.theodysseyonline.com/album-review-sharptooths-clever-girl


" Sharptooth does all this unapologetically, taking hardcore into brave and dangerous new territory while never letting up on the ragged from-the-heart maliciousness fans demand from the genre."

-February 7, 2017 by Jacob DeCoursey
of Shockwave Magazine.
http://shockwavemagazine.com/sharptooth-clever-girl/



Afterlife
Tyler Levenson:  || Vocals
Andrew McGuire: || Guitar
Luke Walkinshaw: || Drums
Tristan Edwards: || Bass
-from West Palm Beach, FL

-Welcome to The Vicious Cycle. “I am absolutely excited to say that our EP ‘Vicious Cycle’ is out now! The songs you’ll hear on ‘Vicious Cycle’ are raw, catchy, and aggressive, thus pulling you away from your comfort zone and redefining what nu-metal really is. ‘Vicious Cycle’ is very special to us because it’s your first look into what Afterlife are really about and how we plan to welcome in a new era of music and it’s a great feeling for everyone involved knowing that you can now hear what we have worked so hard on.

Levenson continued, “Growing up, I was heavily influenced by alternative rock and the aggression and emotion that the singers showed in their songs. With Vicious Cycle, you will be able to hear and feel exactly what I was going through when the songs were written. It touches base on real life issues like depression, betrayal, love and hate, realization, hope, and the many other feelings we deal with everyday.”