Last Known Status: Disbanded
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Epoch of Unlight will be playing a memorial concert for Patrick (a.k.a. Dageth) of Bloodstained Dusk, who was killed in a car crash on January 24th, 2005. The show, entitled "Hellfire Manifest", will feature bands from various areas coming to show respect: The brutal Quinta Essentia (AL) (featuring Jason F., also of BSD), deathrash legends Hellwitch (first-ever Alabama appearance) (FL), Epoch of Unlight (TN), Fleshtized (AL), Convergence from Within (AL), Dark Faith (FL) (who toured with BSD in 2002 opening for Monstrosity), Legions of Asgaroth, and Stentoria.
In other Epoch of Unlight news, a French fan site, Caught in the Unlight, is now online at http://caughtintheunlight.free.fr. Official band website to follow soon.
On the night of January 24, Anthony Patrick Panter (a.k.a. Daggeth), vocalist/guitarist of the Huntsville, AL-based black metal band BLOODSTAINED DUSK, was killed in a terrible car crash on his way home. He was 24 years of age.
BLOODSTAINED DUSK released two CDs on Baphomet Records: a reissue of their self-financed demo, "Thy Legions Reign Over Christendom", and the cult classic, "Dirge Of Death's Silence". They also released a number of self-financed cassette demos and appeared on numerous compilation albums. In 2003, they toured the U.S. as direct support for death metal legends MONSTROSITY. Their most recent release was 2004's "Continuance of Evil" on Black Flame Records.
A memorial for Panter was attended by his bandmates, family, friends, fans and members of acts such as FLESHTIZED, SPINECAST, CONVERGENCE FROM WITHIN, TEMPLE OF BLOOD and more.