Satan's Satyrs Tickets
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Bands like Satan's Satyrs and Electric Wizard have brought doom metal to the brink once again. Their melodic and richly emotive music has become one of the success stories in the black metal music scene. Fans of both the bands can now rejoice as they have joined hands for a spring tour. Electric Wizard & Satan's Satyrs will be hitting road on a North American trek and have promised electrifying concerts to the fans. With Satan's Satyrs tickets enjoy their unearthly and captivating beats.
Satan's Satyrs are known to have a frenzied and intuitive playing style. The band is the brainchild of Clayton Burgess and now includes three members. Hailing from Virginia, the trio finds its inspiration in Black Flag's pummel-drive and crushing beats of Electric Wizard. Their music has also been influenced by the likes of Witchfinder General and Pentagram. The band also picks up themes from old horror movies. The band made its debut in 2013 with the album "Wild Beyond Belief". The album was mostly the work of Burgess and featured tracks like Electric Witchwhipper, Sadist 69, Carnival of Souls and Strange Robes. The album is a blend of fuzz-drenched agro and metalpunk, along with in-the-red garage-rock dementia. Satan's Satyrs has infused guitar riffs with bass to create a juggernaut of indistinguishable fuzzed-out riffage. The album features fabulous guitar strumming by Jarrett Nettnin and heavy drum beats by Stephen Fairfield.
Satan's Satyrs latest album hit the shelves in 2014, titled "Die Screaming!". Critics have called it a more polished effort by the band. Burgess has added more power into his vocals and the music itself is incredible. Twisted riffery, skronky garage tones, beefy bass lines and frantic cymbal bashing have made the album a hardcore doom metal effort. The influence of bands like Electric Wizard, Venom, Nirvana and Black Flag is quite evident in some of the songs. The album features hit numbers like One by One, (They Die) and Lucifer Lives. Overall Satan's Satyrs have showcased melodic sensibilities.
After Satan's Satyrs' debut in 2013, the band was invited by Electric Wizard to perform at the "Electric Acid Orgy" event. At that time, they entertained the fans with a set of 60s' covers. These performances in festivals helped in building their underground reputation. Burgess also occasionally performs with Electric Wizard as the bassist. Electric Wizard has once again invited Satan's Satyrs to perform with them, and this time they will be hitting many North American cities. It will be an electrifying concert experience, with psychedelic metal and eardrum-busting beats. If you're a doom metal fan, don't miss their concerts for anything.