Post hardcore meets metalcore. Sweet melodies are shattered by brutal and searing guitar riffs, with even a small southern rock tune here and there. Beauty and the beast, a match made in heaven. Vanna knows how to build up the tension and to wait for the right moment to unleash all fury.
These guys are f*cking brutal! Their music is heavily laden with a double bass pedal, thick guitar riffs and brutal breakdowns, yet it sounds upbeat and has plenty of tonality, reminiscent of bands such as Bane, Lionheart and Have Heart. You will not be a bystander when Hundredth takes the stage!
http://www.myspace.com/hundredth THE GREENERY
Tapping from all things that make hardcore great, The Greenery combines 80s crossover hardcore with punk. Result: a frantic, chaotic sound that rages with a fury and a hatred that spreads like venom. Seriously, check this band out!
Campus plays progressive hardcore, using indie rock and metal as a foundation for their ultrarocking sound, which is innovative, groovy, forceful and which hammers relentlessly on your eardrums so your head can't stop banging.
http://www.myspace.com/campusbeAS ENEMIES ARISE
Metalcore is a moniker that does not suit very well, as the band mixes hardcore and metal in a totally different way than our average metalcore band. Slower rhythms are allowed to breathe and to stand by themselves, rather than as a means to build up climax. The metal is truly brutal and raging and, whilst killer riffs are plenty, the band does not show off any useless technicality. This is a fresh take on metalcore, a genre that is becoming generic and needs bands as this.
SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY, 2012
MUZIEK-O-DROOM (CLUB) - HASSELT
DOORS: 18h00 FIRST BAND: 19h00
PRESALE PRICE: €12.00