We have 4 new merch designs available for you on our store. A sick new Coffin t-shirt fit for any deathcore/metalcore fan. Also, some really cool Tie Dye options with our logo on them. My favorite definitely has to be the hoodie and if it's starting to get cold where you live, we also have some sweatpants as well. Also don't forget to use the code xxchristmasxx during checkout for 25% off your order!
You can’t deny it, deep down inside, we all love to give a little. I think we can also all agree that it’s a common misconception that metalheads are not the nicest people or sometimes even worse. Of course, this is sadly a stereotype that’s commonly misconstrued from folks with an outside perspective.
I think we all know a metalhead if not multiple that prove this theory wrong and are, if not, some of the nicest people we know. Sadly, like any other community/group, there will be bad apples.
Some metal shows, admittingly, can get a little bit rowdy. Let’s be honest, most concerts do, right? Well, we are hoping that this will add that much more ammunition in proving that the metal community is actually one of the nicest and inclusive ones you can be a part of.
On December 17th of 2021, we will be hosting a benefit concert. There will be a $10 entry fee. There will also be free entry for any concertgoers who bring any new toys. We will be donating all proceeds to the Toys-for-Tots charity.
We are happy that we can offer the opportunity of giving while simultaneously getting to enjoy live music with our friends, family, and loved ones. It will be held at The Loading Docks (1489 Major Street East, Salt Lake City Utah.)
Remember, this is a community effort! We aim to bring back a kindhearted image to the metal community. While in hopes to be able to assist those who aren’t as fortunate to have some of the same resources as we do. Please bring a friend. Please bring a family member. And make sure they do the same thing!
We will also have some of those most diverse groups of Utah's metal scene. We are ecstatic to have openers such as Untamed Engine, The Sonder Complex, Moonteeth, and Lowlife. In Your Grave will be closing the night out.
Good music, good causes, and good vibes only. We are going all out with this one and will be bringing in some extra stage production for the venue night of the show to enhance the average concert experience. We truly want to make sure it’s a show you won’t forget even if you tried.
The Sonder Complex -” Lighthouse: Loss” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUT8cZInjjs
Untamed Engine - “Our Lives (A Fairytale) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9pZcRTnCHs
Low Life - “Loser”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrS4p1aL41Y
What a blast it was making this music video. Would you believe us when we tell you that it only cost a little over $100 to build the set? Who would’ve known that a few tarps and 5 mini flood lights could go such a far way?
This kick ass, action packed music video was filmed at the one and only Loading Docks in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our in-house sound engineer, Scrappy, was so kind as to play the main part. Talk about delivering the roll, right? Played the part, looked the part, and sold it if you ask us.
The graffiti on the walls really helps with setting the scene. Holes punches in walls, shattered mirrors, and suicidal imagery really help you become immersed and help you forget that you’re watching a music video and make you feel like you’re watching a movie.
Taylor Barber, we can’t thank you enough for being a part of this project. If you liked the video then PLEASE go check out his band, “Left to Suffer.” This feature is truly one of a kind. Can you really call it a vocal performance if it ends up sounding like demonic growling? Taylor may look big on the outside but trust us when we tell you his voice is 10 times bigger.
Our first official music video was filmed with our good friend Tim Burton of Timbur Media. We really wanted to expand our horizons with this film. So, we decided to have Tyler Bromberg (Guitarist/Vocalist of Saint Raven) take over the filming and editing department with this one.
This one-man-band truly sets the definition of the term. Not only is his band, Saint Raven, one of the hardest hitters in our home state, but these individuals also know how to expand on their artistic vision. What a blast it is to work with a filmer and editor who is also in a band. It really helps you that much more when trying to obtain that vision you can’t quite nail on your own.
We know it’s a little dark. We understand the video is a little straight forward, but honestly, that was the point with this one. We didn’t want any of the focus on ourselves, hence all back clothing and simple scenery. We really wanted to focus on our main actor, Scrappy, and the feelings he did so well on portraying.
We wish we could’ve flown Taylor Barber out for this one, but sadly due to Covid-19, we were not able to bring him out for the shooting of this film. Luckily enough, our good friend Kevin Russel was able to fill in and completely knock the part out of the park. Their figures and builds are one in the same. We are still trying to convince our fans that this wasn’t the original vocalist shown in our Video.
Overall, we can’t thank everybody enough who helped us make this. Like anything else successful, it needed a team. Expenses of course started adding up fast. Day of filming was no different. Lots of sudden changes and last-minute decisions that needed work arounds. Thank you to our actors, fans, filmers/editors, and especially our fans. We wouldn’t be able to present what we worked so hard to make if it wasn’t for the support that we receive along the way.