Anivian Promotions are proud to present a great upcoming event in London 3rd May at Boston Music Rooms.
The night kicks off with Empress who have been hiding away writing and recording and steadily gaining notice and building up hype to their band over the last three years. Very new to the scene Empress have marked their territory in the London Metal scene and much is to be expected of the progressive four piece.
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The second band on the bill is Surface The Dissent, a Croydon Thrashcore band who are playing this one show before going in to the studio to record their first full length self titled album with Four Reel Media. Influences from Lamb of God, Machine Head, Trivium, Sylosis and more! Good blend of thrash, groove and melodic Heavy Metal.
Third is Death Remains, a popular local band who currently preparing to head into to the studio with Justin Hill to record their full length album to be released next year. Death Remains gained fast popularity in London with the release of their single and video 'The Northern Line Massacre' which had great online success.
Two members of the band Barry (vocals) and Marc (guitar) were previously in a band called After Death who were signed and on a tour in Brazil where their van crashed and two of the band members died, They reformed as Death Remains and are once again tearing up the UK Metal scene and ready for a comeback.
Formed in 2009, Karybdis are a powerhouse with Death/Groove and Hardcore influences. They have recently signed a production deal to record their debut album with Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir) and it will be released in early 2012. Check out their previous work 'Condemned To Extinction' (single) and 'War For Land' (EP), available on Youtube and iTunes.
Headlining the show are Chapters off the back of their UK Tour with big UK thrash Metal band Sylosis of which they don't play a London date so fittingly Chapters play one last show at home at the end of their tour. Now on Sonic Mutilation Management, much is expected of the four piece.