As Shadows Collapse
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Missouri outfit As Shadows Collapse has issued the following announcement about parting ways with the band's bass player:
"With Brandon's last show fast approaching, we would like to start thinking about another bass player. We already have a fill, but we will eventually need another permanent member. If you would like to find out our qualifications please message us. Tag friends you think might be interested!" More...
The Indianapolis Metal Fest III will take place September 20-21, 2013 at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis, Indiana. Among the acts features is the reformed Byzantine, as well as, Temple of Brutality, which features Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and guitarist Stet Howland (W.A.S.P.). Tickets can be purchased over at this location.
The full slate of acts to appear:
Rivers of Nihil
Angel Vivaldi More...
Missouri act As Shadows Collapse has posted a new music video online for the track "Knowledge is Power," which can be found below. The band also posted the following biography online:
"As Shadows Collapse was formed by a friend, and three brothers finding interest in an instrument, along with the new found passion for metal music. Nathan Summerfield, along with Matt, Joe, and Dusty Sherman went through two vocalists and one guitarist as the years went by, trying to find dedicated members who could share the determination for success that they posses. Fortunately they found Brandon Fletcher and Travis Box to fill the void left by the dismissed (Nathan, Jesse, and Ira). Their new lineup consisted of Travis on vocals, Brandon on bass, Matt on drums, Dusty and Joe on guitar.
"Devotion complications aside, As Shadows Collapse made a name for themselves with such feats as performing with the Autumn Offering, Within The Ruins, Oceano, War Of Ages, Threat Signal and Whitechapel. They booked a Mini-tour that took them from Lawton, Oklahoma to Dallas, Texas.
"Competing in the Project Independent showcase of 2009 proved that they were starting to impress everyone since they placed 4th in the nation in fan votes out of 300 bands. With their high-voltage energy on stage and hard work off stage, their unwavering drive to make their name heard by everyone will never weaken."