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Demon Eye was unearthed in Raleigh, North Carolina during the Spring of
2012. Shortly thereafter, the band was receiving international recognition
for their highly acclaimed songcraft and their stunning live performances.
Demon Eye channels the introspective darkness of Pentagram, the heavy
grooves of Black Sabbath, and the fist-banging shred of early Iron Maiden.
They have shared the stage with the likes of Corrosion of Conformity, High
on Fire, Spirit Caravan, The Sword, King’s X, Loincloth, YOB, Witch
Mountain, Lord Dying, and many more of their heavy brethren. Demon Eye has
been featured in Iron Fist UK, Classic Rock Magazine, Premier Guitar Magazine,
Terrorizer, Metal Temple, and Destructive music, (the latter of whom
claimed the band is “as close to musical perfection as it is humanly
possible to get.”)
In early 2014 they released their Soulseller Records debut, “Leave the
Light,” which met with excellent worldwide reviews and earned them festival
invites to play alongside the best of the best. Three years into their
career, they released their second album, titled “Tempora Infernalia,”which
brought them to even wider audiences and solidified their fan base within
the international metal community at large. Demon Eye remains hellbent on
bringing their hook-laden, dark riffin’ songcraft to fans far and wide.
Formed in May of 2011, rising from the ashes of the black machine, invoked
after many moons, Disenchanter is a heavy rock band riding the currents of
doom, casting riffs of rock, and melding the elixirs of metal to bring
forth a fantasy of sci-fi wrapped in a stoner groove!
In March of 2016, burning passion, relentless drive, and an undying love
for heavy metal music is what fueled bassist/lead vocalist Doomstress
Alexis to bring to life the powerful entity that is Doomstress. In May of
2016, Doomstress arose before the people with Supernatural Kvlt Sounds, an
EP of material rooted in doom, NWOBHM, and occult rock with influences such
as Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Cathedral, and Uriah Heap. These influences
can be easily identified in Doomstress’ heavy grooves, layered twin
guitars, strong melodic vocals, and a thunderous yet dynamic rhythm section.
Reared in the southeast DIY circuit, VACANT COMPANY delivers vervistic live
performances guided by spoken-word, skewed by off-kilter HC rhythms,
immersed in pummeling Post-Metal overtone. Set to release (summer 2018)
their second studio album under the production of Missy Thangz at
Fidelitorium, VC explores new territory as a Raleigh rock staple committed
to their roots in DIY.