Various DJs spin the gamut of heaviness. 21+.
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Four-piece alternative rock band with a variety of musical backgrounds. For additional details, visit www.myspace.com/rezin
Doom metal band with progressive leanings (once known as Revelation).
"Four gents making (experi)mental musical mayhem that is challenging and intriguing while maintaining a quirky and accessible pop mentality."
"All Four Nothing (A4N) above all… is ROCK! An aural melding pot of 90’s grunge, 80’s guitar rock and the most exciting elements throughout the rock genre make A4N a musical juggernaut. The thunderous rhythm section, made up of Joe Morrison on drums and Patrick Jenkins on bass, provides the driving foundations to propel the dual guitar assault of Mike Mantegna and Andre LaFollette. The final element, Andre’s vocals, intertwines melodies with poignant lyrics that haunt the listener to the final chord.
Based out of the greater Baltimore, MD area the quartet has gained a reputation as a hard working band, playing upwards of 13 shows a month, gaining a following everywhere they go. In their short existence they have already played in the top venues in the area and have earned top billing. Their “pull-no-punches” attitude with their approachability and personality makes All Four Nothing a versatile force to be recognized. They will take no reckoning, and no prisoners."
North Baltimore teen band (formed in the spring of '03) who play angular garage rock with irregular rhythms with an added metal influence.
Hard rock band that runs the gamut between hardcore and melodic alt-rock.
...relentless psychological mischief at the sonic speed of sound.. (self-described)
"4 piece hard, groove rock band formed in 2005. Influenced by such artists as Clutch, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, and Bad Brains."
"heavy, melodic, creative and chaotic.. the Bag Of Humans has become a house-hold name in Baltimore's heavy music scene by creating elaborate, insanity-inducing rhythms and shows for approximately a decade. Although the band is shrouded in mystery, they appear once or twice a year to do nationwide tour or to record."
Power pop to funk to hard rock.
"We're a rock band, plain and simple. We believe that Hank Williams, Sr. was more punk than Sid Vicious, and that Sid Vicious was more country than any of the garbage Nashville has put out in the past 20 years. We also think Man In Black by Johnny Cash should be required reading in public schools, and that children should have to watch The Decline of Western Civilization instead of To Kill A Mockingbird for the hundred-gadzookieth time. Above all, we like to play fast, play hard, and get the hell off stage."
Heavy. Fast. Loud.
"A three-piece grunge band spewed from the ashes of the 90's Seattle scene."
Heavy metal from Baltimore
Mixing acoustic and electric guitars, Breakaway covers a wide diversity of rock music. Along with three strong vocalists, three-part harmonies and all the detailed signature sounds, this is a tribute to rock band. At larger venues, see Breakaway's Live Rock Music MultiMedia Video Show.
After spending seven years gigging as After Forever (a Black Sabbath tribute), the members of the band now known as Bullet Therapy are set to unleash their own interpretation of Neanderthal heavy metal on society.
Bullet Therapy's self-produced debut Self-Inflicted is now available. You'll find no frills or pretentiousness here; Bullet Therapy's assault is metal the way it should be played-buzzsaw chunky guitar riffs, a concussive rhythm section, and ear-shattering vocals.
Fans of Black Sabbath and Judas Priest will love Bullet Therapy's searing classic metal roar. Fans of more contemporary heavy bands will love Bullet Therapy's knuckle-dragging low-tuned heavy sound.
Welcome aboard, your therapy will now begin...
An up-and-coming five piece punk outfit from Annapolis, MD. Influences range from Trance, to Death Metal, to Folk, expressed through a subtlety that is fading in music nowadays.
Cover band with a "heavier edge"
The Black Eyed Susan authentic Mississippi river boat hosts a murder mystery and dinner cruise, with a different mystery with each cruise.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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