Max & Iggor Cavalera Return to Roots – Tickets – The Riot Room – Kansas City, MO – February 24th, 2017

Max & Iggor Cavalera Return to Roots

Max & Iggor Cavalera Return to Roots

Immolation, Full of Hell

Fri, February 24, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Riot Room

Kansas City, MO

$25.00

This event is 21 and over

Max & Iggor Cavalera
Max & Iggor Cavalera
The Cavalera brothers Max and Igor delude nobody when it comes to determination and stubbornness. In the 1990s the Brazilians brought up some of the most uncompromising Metal records of music history with SEPULTURA and show with CAVALERA CONSPIRACY that fatigue is a foreign word for them. Their latest record Pandemonium is no exception: Frontman Max Cavalera rushes with bellow of rage into the fray, lets his brother drum coarsest grooves and puts his finger into the open wound. Does anyone want to know how timeless Death / Thrash Metal sounds? There are a dozen prime examples on Pandemonium! It is always sheer boldness that determines CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, whether rigorous as the opener 'Babylonian' Pandemonium, brutal as in 'Bonzai Kamakazi`, merciless as in 'Barbarian' or aggressive as in'Father Of Hate'!
Immolation
Immolation
The death metal band Immolation formed in New York in 1986; originally dubbed Rigor Mortis, the group first comprised singer/bassist Ross Dolan, guitarists Robert Vignaud and Thomas Wilkinson, and drummer Craig Smilowski. After a series of well-received demos, in 1991 Immolation signed to Roadrunner to issue their debut album, Dawn of Possession; a five-year gap (and a move to Metal Blade) preceded the follow-up, Here in After. With new drummer Alex Hernandez, the band resurfaced in 1999 with Failure for Gods. Close to a World Below was issued a year later.

Terrorizer magazine recently included Failures for Gods in its all-time Top 40 Death Metal Albums list. It wasn't until after the release of Close to a World Below that the band joined the Century Media roster for the North American release of Unholy Cult in 2002. Harnessing Ruin followed three years later and, like anything tagged with the IMMOLATION name, was well-regarded by mainstream press and death metal legions alike. Outburn wrote, "Based purely on songwriting prowess, experimentation within a stagnant genre and musical diversity, Harnessing Ruin is hands down one of the more interesting death metal releases in years. On Shadows in the Light, IMMOLATION trademarks like discordant harmonies, distinctive grooves and the gloomiest of atmospheres are all well represented in their purest, most unadulterated fashion. "The new stuff is more extreme in a lot of ways. It's much more tense and angry than the last couple of records," says Ross Dolan (bass/vocals). "It's more refined, straight-forward and fine-tuned. Returning with the same lineup as Harnessing Ruin, dubbed "the most skull-crushing of their entire necro-rompin' career" by Revolver, the group finds itself uncharacteristically stable, allowing for chemistry not present in their formative years. Founding members Dolan and Robert Vigna (guitar) join Bill Taylor (guitar) and Steve Shalaty (drums) to form the group's most consistently punishing lineup to date. Long known for its ability to develop and grow with each release, IMMOLATION more than lives up to its reputation as death metal's most reliable band, having never released anything close to mediocre in their storied career. Not only is Shadows in the Light a perfect example of the group's continued growth, but it may also be their most complete sounding album ever with 10 unique, hard-hitting tracks. The band will be headlining gigs from Spain to Holland in June with support from fellow legends and death-mongers Grave and Krisiun. Plans to return Stateside for what will surely be a devastating North American campaign are in the works. If you've missed out on these much-heralded exporters of death and destruction, Shadows in the Light is your opportunity to witness history in the making.
Full of Hell
Full of Hell
A seamless mixture of hardcore, noise, and death metal. Not only has the young band proven that they have the musical chops to keep up with older members of the DIY scene through several releases, but their live performances are always memorable and reveal an unparalleled intensity. Ocean City, MD
Venue Information:
The Riot Room
4048 Broadway
Kansas City, MO, 64111
http://www.theriotroom.com/
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