Scion A/V Announces Earache Records 25th Anniversary Showcase
Scion A/V Metal will present a label showcase for Earache Records at The Glass House in Pomona, California, on January 12. The show will feature performances by Oceano, Vektor, Bonded By Blood and White Wizzard.
This event will coincide with the 25th anniversary of the groundbreaking Nottingham, England-based label.
Tickets for this event are free with RSVP at this link. RSVP is strictly required. Early arrival to the venue is suggested, as space is limited and entry will not be guaranteed.
This is a matinee show that starts 1 p.m. PST.
For more about the event, head here.
About the bands:
OCEANO: Having relentlessly toured the globe since the release of 2010’s “Contagion,” Chicago’s reigning titans of technical death mark their long awaited return to The Glass House to blaze at the helm of this mammoth event.
VEKTOR: Sci fi themed and fueled with furious fervor all wrapped in a cutthroat progressive thrash primer, VEKTOR’s renowned live performances will leave all your senses frayed to say the least.
BONDED BY BLOOD: Pomona’s hometown thrash hero’s will be playing fresh off the heels of their new blistering opus “The Aftermath.” Be sure to check out their recent video for “Crawling in the Shadows” made with SCION A/V and directed by Dave Vorhes.
WHITE WIZZARD: Raw, good time, fist-raising trad metal from LA with grandiose lyrics and classic rock riffs all in a sound that pays homage to an era where metal was fueled by bombastic good times filled with excess.
When asked about how he felt to be a part of this epic event, David DiSanto of Vektor said “We’re real stoked to be a part of this event. 25 years is longer than most of us have been on Earth! Congrats to Earache and thank you to Scion for all of the support for the show. See you sleazoids there!”
For more about Scion AV, visit scionav.com.
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