Loads of amazing bands at this event!
We are playing Sunday July 31 at 5:20PM.
Almost looks like we have not done anything the last year. But that isn’t the case. Lots of shows and time writing new material.
Check our tour dates for more details. HERE!!!
Tim did a quick Q&A with Matt at Grid City about the 4x4x4 East Coast Tour. Check it out below.
Happy to announce the East Coast 4x4x4 Tour this June featuring Death Valley Driver, DISCHORD, Hero’s Last Rite and Orchid’s Curse!
Friday, June 5th at Esquire Tavern (Moncton, NB) – Moncton Facebook Event Page
Saturday, June 6th at Gus’ Pub & Grill (Halifax, NS) – Halifax Facebook Event Page
Friday, June 26th at The Capital Complex (Fredericton, NB) – Fredericton Facebook Event Page
Saturday, June 27th at The Sportsman (Charlottetown, PE) – Charlottetown Facebook Event Page
This past weekend, Canadian East Coast Metal band Hero’s Last Rite, were the recipients of the East Coast Music Association’s 2015 Loud Recording of the Year for their 2014 release The Mirror’s Face. The ECMA weekend was hosted in St. John’s Newfoundland and nominees included Dumpster Mummy, Monsterbator, The Combine and Zaum.
The Mirror’s Face was recorded, mixed and mastered at Needlenose studio by HLR drummer Dan Rogers. The ECMA awarded album still receives charting on National radio and solidified the band as a towering pillar in the east coast Metal scene.
The album has also spawned two videos for Viral Judgment and I Am Atomic.
You can check out the award winning album at their Bandcamp page. https://heroslastrite.bandcamp.com
Here are a few words from the director: Tim Rayne
“Here is the latest music video from RayneMaker Productions. It is the second music video I directed for Hero’s Last Rite. The song is about cyber bullying and it was inspired by the Amanda Todd tragedy. Singer and lyricist Steve McDonald writes with a social consciousness so it was important for me to capture the themes visually. Where many metal lyricists write cryptic lyrics and/or dark fantasy (which I also enjoy), Steve writes about day to day life, being a father, and the daily grind. The song is fantastic and I also considerate highly accessible but for those of you who are unfamiliar with this style of music may find it challenging. This is virtuoso musicianship that is highly technical but incredibly melodic and catchy. The intensity of the music matches the brutality of the songs themes. A Father’s (parents) worst nightmare. This is a tough subject and the video is disturbing but it is an important subject that both the band and filmmakers felt needed to be addressed. Big thanks to Nathalie Rayne, Arthur Thomson, Jeff Crawford, Rob Pinnock, Tricia Campbell-Harrison, Kayla Magee Joseph Jpoc Ciomeau, Bunthivy Nou, Michelle Amarth, Cheryl Lee Watts Christie, Manny Peters.”