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Joined: Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:36 pm
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Location: Chicago, Illinois
PostPosted: Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:36 pm 


8pm / 4358 N. Cicero Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60641 / $5

Records found on Babylonian tablets suggest that Gnarhval was once either a sludgy doom metal band from Chicago or a method for cleaning the teeth of goats.

They were either influenced by low, slow, and psychedelic music, or highly effective at goat dentistry. The wording is rather imprecise.

We are a 3 piece band, the bass and drums from Disrobe, and the singer from Demonslaught. We're basically like Disrobe without a guitar. Loud and fast and thrashy.

Luring Thieves are a three piece hard rock instrumental band from Chicago.

4 piece metal band from Brooklyn. We dont give a fuck, we just shred. Maybe, maybe not. Maybe fuck yourself.

The band brings a diverse new sound that has said to be a mix of classic metal to modern day rock, with a positive message. The band released a few demos in early 2010 and caught the ear of many fans, record labels, radio stations, and has already sold music in downloads, CD's and has reached close to the 1,000,000 mark in profile hits across the Internet.

The Hotones are a thrash driven garbage truck that collided with a funk rock limo with psychedelics in the trunk. Crunchy guitar riffs, overdriven finger picked bass and blues inspired guitar leads, carried by the hard steady groove of the drums are what creates The Hotones' "get strange" feel.
Gnarhval - Sludgy Doom

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