Churchburn Announces First Live Appearances
Churchburn is the new musical collaboration between two of the underground's masters of misery. Dave Suzuki, best known for his mesmerizing guitar work and brutal drumming in Vital Remains and Ray McCaffrey, who carved out sonic drum patterns for Sin Of Angels and Grief, have announced their first live events for June 29th and June 30th, 2013.
June 29th will be in the band's hometown of Providence, RI at club Fete with death metal legends Incantation and Acheron,
June 30th Churchburn will make play at this years installment of Martyrdoom Fest at Public Assembly in Brooklyn, NY.
This will mark the first time Dave Suzuki has taken the stage since his departure from Vital Remains in 2007. He comments: "It will be great to get back in front of a live audience again and introduce this new body of work Ray and I have brought to life."
The group's self tilted three song debut EP is now available via Bandcamp. "Churchburn is very different from Vital Remains" said Suzuki. "Ray and I wanted to do something slow and heavy...just something pummeling to the listener."
According to a press release, Suzuki and McCaffrey have "set out to share with the world their love of the riff, not only the heaviest but also the most haunting. Each songs is crafted with the most sinister of intent. Churchburn wants the listener to feel a true sense of dread as the song progresses."
Dave Suzuki - Guitar, Vocals
Ray Mccaffrey - Drums, Vocals
Shawn McCoy - Guitar
Kevin Edwards - Bass
1. Come Forth The Swarm 08:44
2. Crown Of Fallen Kings 03:03
3. Kneel Upon Charred Remnants 07:44
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