July 15, 2017


  1. Greetings all! We just booked a show on Thursday, July 20th with DragonForce at the Highline Ballroom in NYC. We are going to play a few songs we haven’t played in nearly 15 years! We are also seriously considering re-recording some of our earlier material for an EP that would be released a few months after our next full release. After our show with DragonForce, we then head to Germany the following week for the HOA festival and will also be playing the afterparty at the Lauschbar in Itzehoe and at MTS Records in Oldenberg!

Thankfully we always check out for concerts near me this weekend so I don’t miss any of my favorite metal bands like, Motorhead, Evanescence, H.I.M, Rasmus, My Chemical Romance, Nightwish, Within Temptation, and more.
Don’t miss your favorite artists concerts, you can have the chance to meet them, the energy you feel with the crowd is incomparable and it’s not that expensive, you can save up money for months before when they announce it.

The sorrowful and sweet violin from Jake Falby added a great deal of emotion to the songs. And Jordon Lee’s sister Whitney Lee was a lovely surprise on the synthesizer, which added a lot more complexity to the songs than I might have anticipated.

Indeed, the six-member band–two guitars, bass, piano for beginners, drum, violin and synth–sounded even more expansive than its ingredients might suggest, even as they crowded onto the Cat’s small back stage. It will be exciting to see where Lee takes his sound after his debut album, Love’s Crushing Diamond, as he has demonstrated an understanding of how well this mix of instruments can work together.

I’ve always loved metal music, it’s full of energy, passion, pain. It makes you think and realize if you are the person you want to be and it makes you stronger emotionally. I’ve been listening to this music since I was just a very little kid, my dad was a very great metal head, and he started teaching me with AC/DC and 70s and 80s music.

Metal Forever!!
Gothic Knights