Ingested with special guests

Brick by Brick presents

Ingested with special guests

Enterprise Earth, I Declare War, Bodysnatcher, Aethere

Mon · October 22, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$15 adv & $18 day of

This event is 21 and over

*Online sales end at 6PM day of show unless otherwise noted. After that, limited tickets will be available at the door.

Ingested
Mancunian slam crew INGESTED have built a reputation as one of the most savage death metal acts to come out of the UK for a long time. Punishing beat-downs, epic riffage, guttural vocals and blistering speed are just some of the weapons in Ingested's musical arsenal.

2015 now sees Ingested return with their heaviest offering yet in the form of "The Architect Of Extinction", mixed by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy) and featuring mind blowing artwork from Toshihiro Egawa (who also did the artwork for the band's debut record).
"The Architect Of Extinction" will be released January 12th on Century Media Records in Europe.

Jason Evans (vocals) comments: "It's took us three albums and two EP's to find our sound, our identity as a band. This album is Ingested in it's purest form; nihilistic, slamming death metal. Every lyric, guitar riff and drum beat on this album is delivered with utter sincerity, we fucking mean it this time. This is the album we have always wanted to create, this is THE ARCHITECT OF EXTINCTION.
Once again we enlisted the amazing art talents of Toshihiro Egawa, who we worked with on our debut album "Surpassing the Boundaries of Human Suffering" to produce yet another stunning, brutal masterpiece to compliment the audio assault we've captured on disc. This album was mixed by Christian Donaldson (Beneath the Massacre, The Last Felony and Cryptopsy) and features guest appearances by Julian Kersey (Aegaeon), Taylor Wientjes (The Kennedy Veil), James Schuster (Eighty Thousand Dead / Delusional Parasitosis) and Alex Terible (Slaughter to Prevail) who have contributed their very own brand of brutality to this record. This is our most definitive work to date and we can't wait to unleash it on the world."
Enterprise Earth
I Declare War
I Declare War
For Seattle's I Declare War, one of the new heavyweights in the deathcore scene today, there are conflicting stories as to where the band's name actually originated from. All five members can agree that hip hop was the influence, either based on the Jay-Z tour or the Pace Won album, both of which bear the same name. The fact that the deathcore band's name is inspired by hip hop is not ironic at all, as I Declare War will concur that their diverse musical influences help keep their sound unique and fresh.

After a few lineup changes while growing the band, they eventually evolved into their current lineup as members were introduced to each other through the local Seattle music scene. As other bands began to disperse, the I Declare War lineup was solidified and grew stronger with each lineup addition. Guitarist Chris Fugate had the ultimate experience, beginning as a fan of the band who was eventually asked to fill in on a brief tour, and later asked to permanently join the band.

While on tour in 2007, the band crossed paths with well-known death metal band Whitechapel and formed not only a mutual respect amongst each other, but a lasting friendship. Two years later, Whitechapel's Alex Wade approached I Declare War to join The Artery Foundation for management and become part of the yet-to-be-launched Artery Recordings roster. "Being signed to Artery Recordings was the best thing that could have happened to us. They've been great to us along with everyone at Razor & Tie, and I'm extremely excited for our future," said bassist Brent Eaton. "We feel really connected and close to everyone there," agreed guitarist Evan Hughes.

As heavy as I Declare War's sound is, their message is just as poignant and serious. "Our lyrics are based on a lot of what we think is corrupt in the world today – government, religion, and the self-inflicted downfall of humanity," stated Hughes. "We have elements of a lot of different styles but try to stray from sticking to a formula and to keep things interesting by not writing the same song 11 times."

Touring is fundamental to the growth and development of I Declare War, and has proven to be key to their success. The technical skill of the band is showcased when they find themselves in front of fans and fellow musicians. "We feel the intensity just as much as someone watching, usually even more so," Hughes explained. The band has already been touring nationwide for the past few years, but hopes to find themselves out of the country in the near future. "I hope to be an international band. I would like to reach out to more fans and really push to get our music out there," drummer Ryan Cox stated in summation.

A force to be reckoned with in the deathcore scene, I Declare War shows no signs of slowing down. As Alternative Press said, "Five years in, they know exactly what they're doing and they do it without hesitation or mercy."
Bodysnatcher
Aethere
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