Monday, August 27, 2012
Members Of EXHUMED Talk About "Summer Slaughter" & About How Progressive Metal Bands Are Too Predictable!
Recently, the tri-state area Headbangers joined forces at New York City's legendary venue Irving Plaza (formerly The Fillmore) for the 2012 Summer Slaughter Tour. This years event is co-headlined by the mighty CANNIBAL CORPSE and Progressive Metallers BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME. Two bands that have a very different sound, but that have managed to open the minds of each others fans by penetrating ear drums like very few bands out there. The 2012 SUMMER SLAUGHTER tour truly represents what the state of Heavy Music is today: many different types of fans coming together to jam out to their favorite bands while learning about new bands and tendencies.
Following EXHUMED's early set, in which they performed a bunch of NEW songs from their latest album 'All Guts All Glory' (available now via Relapse Records), we had the chance to chat with EXHUMED's own Matt Harvey and Rob Babcock at Idle Hands Bar about the 2012 SUMMER SLAUGHTER tour, how playing early during the day allows them more time at the bar and they even talk about how Progressive Metal bands are too predictable! What do you think? Use the comments section below and let us know!
Exhumed's SUMMER SLAUGHTER tour New York City Set-list:
1) All Guts, No Glory
2) As Hammer To Anvil
3) In The Name Of Gore
4) Distorted and Twisted to Form
5) Limb From Limb
6) The Matter of Splatter
Check out our recap of the SUMMER SLAUGHTER tour in New York City HERE!
Video by: Zulie Alvarez (www.zuliephotographierocks.com/)
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