The guys behind Glorious Times, the book that helped many rediscover the early death metal and black metal underground, are presenting the latest in their series of classic death metal concerts named after the original “A Day of Death” back in 1990.
Unfortunately, this one is also the last they’re going to do of this series.
Like many shows, this has brought several bands out of retirement. This will be the first show of Baphomet/Banished, famous for their brooding chunky heavy metal, and bands such as Sin-Eater who have been inactive until this time.
A Day of Death 2013
Saturday, September 28, 2013
The Forvm Buffalo
4224 Maple Rd Buffalo, NY 14226
Doors at 5 pm, 1st band at 5:30pm
$20 advance, $25 day of show
Here’s the list of bands performing:
- BAPHOMET (1st show in 20 years)
- CARDIAC ARREST
- PRIME EVIL
- COATHANGER ABORTION
- GRISLY AMPUTATION
- SIN-EATER (one-time reunion, 1st show since ’92)
- UNNANNOUNCED ACT
Tags: a day of death, baphomet, glorious times, prime evil
3 thoughts on “Glorious Times presents “A Day of Death 2013” on Saturday, September 28, 2013”
Is it possible that you write an article about Tangerine Dream and why their music is related to Metal? I’ve learned that fans of Tangerine Dream laugh at the idea that both genres could be related in any way. Most importantly, what’s your opinion on their latter albums like Cyclone, Force Majeure, Tangram and Hyperborea? Are they still worth getting? The DLA mentions the pre-1975 albums as artistically superior but, what about the late 70s releases?
It’s obvious the latter material went a more commercial way but the music is still high quality, even if it’s just beautifual wallpaper.
Hopefully people go to the last Day of Death. The original fest was legendary.
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