Thursday April 26, 2018
Acadia Bar & Grill
3939 Cypress Creek Pkwy, Houston TX 77014
Ladies get in FREE
Ages: 21+ & Up $10.00 | Under 21 $12.00
Doors: 8:00 PM | Set Time: 8:30 PM (raffle to be held during set)
For more information on this event, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/400407987064854/
Proceeds go to benefit Bruce Corbitt – https://fundrazr.com/brucecorbitt
Next Thursday, April 26 Epic Death will be joined by Abolishment of Flesh and Sift Through The Ashes at Acadia Live in Houston for an unforgettable set and raffle to support fellow Texan Bruce Corbitt (Warbeast). This is a follow up show from the successful Thrash Out Cancer benefit that was held on Sunday, April 1, 2018.
Epic Death’s Becky Dorsett says “The outpouring of love from all over has given us faith in humanity again. What people don’t seem to understand is that metal heads aren’t evil, in fact, after the Thrash Out Cancer benefit that happened on April 1, 2018 it became quite apparent that metal heads are giving and loving! That night, even being Easter, we raised $2000.00 for Bruce Corbitt. Bruce’s fundraising goal is on Fundrazr is set at $50,000 and currently has reached 23% of that goal. Our goal is to get him to his goal and we will continue to do everything in our power to push forward in raising money for Team Corbitt!! That’s what family does and being a metal head means you are part of one big happy family.”
For more information and tickets, please visit: www.facebook.com/events/400407987064854/
About Epic Death:
Texas-based metal unit Epic Death live up to their name in more ways than one: with an imposing musical pedigree and decades of combined experience in multiple bands across several genres, they weave a tapestry of sinister sonic atmospheres, bringing together the imagery, theatricality and brute force of classic black metal, thrash and technical death metal with eerie soundscapes, apocalyptic lyrics and haunting melodies, drawing influence from such iconic bands as Slayer, Dimmu Borgir, Death, Cradle of Filth and Behemoth, while simultaneously exploring dark new horizons in extreme music.
The band was conceived in 2010 by guitarist/frontman Dennis Dorsett aka Vamp – whose previous credits include work with Aggravated Assault, Chaos, Mischief, Majik, Balance and NeverDead – and features a stellar lineup of artists from the metal circles of Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth: guitarist Alex Costa aka Karma of Dead Trip; keyboardist/vocalist Becky Dorsett aka The Witch Demona; bass guitarist Justin Riddler aka Yogsothoth of Dead Trip and drummer Reece Stanley aka Phantom, alumnus of Dallas metallers Phantom-X.
With their core lineup in place, the band quickly began their rise to prominence, gaining acclaim both within and beyond the Lone Star State, sharing the stage with metal heavyweights from all points of the globe – including Nile, Finntroll, Mushroomhead and Gemini Syndrome, to name just a few – and have played high profile venues such as Minnesota’s annual NYDM Festival and Houston’s legendary Scout Bar. They are also prominently featured in Derek Norman’s 2012 documentary “Heavy in Houston,” and back before the cameras in the sequel “Heavier in Houston”.
Epic Death’s debut full-length album “Witchcraft,” produced with Stephen Bogle (formerly of acclaimed industrial act The Hunger), has made great strides enabling them to crush and conquer – once again confirming the phrase “Things are bigger in Texas” with their own brand of colossal, uncompromising metal.