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Nuclear Blast USA Recording artist and death metal act Arsis is confirmed to appear at the Indianapolis Metal Fest II on September 26th and 27.
Arsis joins label mates Dew-Scented, Threat Signal, and Bleed the Sky for their first-ever appearance at what's being touted as the "fastest growing celebration of all things metal." In its second year, the Indianapolis Metal Fest is setting itself apart from other metal festivals by highlighting diverse bands from all metal genres.
2008 has proved to be busy and successful for the Virginia-based Arsis, which is arriving in Indianapolis fresh off their summer "Trash and Burn Tour" with Misery Signal, Darkest Hour, and Parkway Drive and will hit the road again in November on the "European MetalFest Tour" with Morbid Angel and Kataklysm through the end of the year. Arsis is performing and touring with material from their latest Nuclear Blast Release, "We are the Nightmare."
Joining Arsis, Dew-Scented, Threat Signal, and Bleed the Sky at the Indianapolis Metal Fest II will be national bands Kittie, Divine Heresy, Mustasch, The Absence, Ekotren, Woe of Tyrants, Demiricous, Shadowside (Brazil), Level-C, Wykked Wytch, Obszon Geschopf (France), Green Jelly, Into Eternity, Daylight Dies, Destrophy, Skeletonwitch, The Destro, Gates of Slumber, Gigan, Black Chapel, and a number of hand-picked artists and regional favorites.
The show will take place at Madame Walker Theater, located at 617 Indiana Avenue in Indianapolis. Two-day tickets are $30 in advance/$40 at the door. Tickets are available at indianapolismetalfest.com, www.myspace.com/indymetalfest or by phone at (888) 690-9875.
Tickets are also available locally at select retails locations listed below. More...
Level-C will celebrate the release of their debut album with all of their longtime fans in the band’s hometown of Cleveland.
The group’s album release party will take place at Peabody’s on Saturday, August 2, the weekend following the release of the record.
“It means a lot to be able to celebrate with your hometown and friends and family that have watched and supported you since day one,” said drummer Misty Everson. “However, we are not the same band that our fans have seen...the tiger has been released from its cage! This will be one hell of a show.”
The girls took some time off from playing live while they focused on the record, which will be released July 29 through Locomotive Music/Ryko Distribution.
“This show is very important because it is the first show we’ve played in a long time as a band, and now as a signed band,” said bassist Janean Buch. “We want to come out with a big bang. Expect pure energy and craziness. That’s what happens when you stick Level-C fans with their girls!”
Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets available at all Ticketmaster outlets.
Other acts appearing are: Konipshun Phit, Cellbound, Fisticuff, Venomin James, Drop to Zero, Switchblade Scarlett, Lo-Pan, and Stonefall. Peabody's Downunder is located at 2083 East 21st Street in Cleveland. (216) 776-9999.
Cleveland-based all-female metal band Level-C’s debut self-titled album will be released on July 29 by Locomotive Music/Ryko Distribution.
“Level-C is real,” said vocalist Christine Maynard. “The lyrics were written about real experiences. The music was constructed with real emotion. When I listen to the songs, it’s like opening a diary of my life.”
Level-C has slugged it out for years, playing shows and honing their craft, which makes their first international release even sweeter.
“It took strength, endurance, and perseverance,” said guitarist Christina Crago. “That is why I got it tattooed on me - so I never forget.”
Level-C’s songs have matured through the process of playing live, which is where the group’s true energy and power shine through.
“You'll want to come back for more!” said drummer Misty Everson. “We live to be on stage and it's what we do best. You'll sweat, get bruises, you might even bleed, but you'll want to come to the next show!” More...
Following a successful 2007 debut, the Indianapolis Metal Fest is returning this September 26 and 27 to prove itself as the Midwest's premiere metal festival.
The festival includes an assortment of headliner-status and personally-chosen unsigned artists, including three bands that will be making their U.S. debuts. Bands already confirmed are: Dew Scented, Kittie, Divine Heresy, Mustasch, Daylight Dies, Bleed The Sky, Into Eternity, Ekotren, Skeletonwitch, The Destro, Gigan (ex-Hate Eternal), Psyopus, Level-C, Obszon Geschopf, Black Chapel, Demiricous, Gates of Slumber, Threat Signal, and The Absence. In all, the festival will host 60 bands over the two days. More...