Dawnbringer began in Pennsylvania in the mid-90s. Since then, the group has released four full-length albums, with the fifth, Into the Lair of the Sun God, due for release in May 2012 via Profound Lore. The group very rarely plays live, with this being its fourth performance in 15 years. Dawnbringer’s music can only be described as heavy metal, as it combines elements from the genre’s entire spectrum into its own melodic and meditative forms. This show will serve as Dawnbringer’s record release show.
The Skull features original member of Trouble- vocalist Eric Wagner along with longtime bassist Ron Holzner. The Skull is here to do one thing… rock you with the sounds and spirit of Trouble -past-present-future
Trouble was formed in 1979 by guitarist Rick Wartell and was joined by guitarist Bruce Franklin, vocalist Eric Wagner, bassist Tim Ian Brown, and drummer Jeff Oly Olson. Ian Brown was replaced by Sean McAllister in 1983 and, later, by Ron Holzner in 1987.
BIBLE OF THE DEVIL
Bible of the Devil is a four-piece, high-intensity Rock n’Roll Metal band from Chicago, Illinois. During their illustrious 14 year career, they have put out numerous 7″ singles and albums including their latest, For the of Love Thugs and Fools, in 2012. With their twin guitar harmony attack and vocal hooks, Bible of the Devil have always kept themselves firmly grounded in their classic rock and metal influences. Their style reminds us that rock music can be catchy and brutal at the same time. After many tours of the US and overseas, they continue to be the torch bearers of the heavy rock underground in 2013 and beyond.
Borrowed Time means simply that, a certain feeling from a specific time and place, lost in the vacuum of the mockingly cyclical forward march. Many others have come forward in an attempt to capture the feeling of early ethereal Heavy Metal: few have succeeded and many have caused various annoyances. Fixated on delivering archaic hard rock scripture, Borrowed Time remains sequestered in a hidden think tank with the sole mission of creating more true metal in Michigan.