Bible of the Devil / the Hÿss / No Dead Heroes
Friday, September 20th 2019 7:00 pm
Bible of the Devil In celebration of the band's 20th anniversary Chicago Rock ‘n Roll Metal Legends Bible of the Devil released Feel It, their seventh full-length record and the first to be released via their own Bible of the Devil Recordings label, this past March. The long-awaited follow-up to their 2012 release, For the Love of Thugs and Fools, finds them working once again with the crafty Sanford Parker, who recorded the band at Chicago’s Electrical Audio and Jamdek studios. BOTD’s trademark guitar harmonies and vocal hooks are in full force; another collection of classic anthems in the making. the HŸSS "The Hÿss spits out a cantankerous, high-speed, punk-fueled brand of stoner rock that doesn’t need long songs to get its point across." - Chicago Doom Confederacy "Put on [Hound] and prepare for a big fat bass-heavy fuzz-wave to hit your ear drums like a stoner-tsunami. The Hÿss turn their knobs to eleven and stomp through realms of grunge, punk and stoner metal like a rhiffnoceros on speed." - Crypt Guard No Dead Heroes No Dead Heroes hail from the mean streets of Chicago. With a backbone in rock ‘n’ roll, they infuse thrash, heavy metal and good ole Chicago punk rock to get your head bangin’ and your booty shakin’. The brain child of Ronnie DiCola (The Arrivals, All Eyes West) started in early 2016 when Ronnie asked longtime friend Frank Lombardo (Buddah Knieval, Environmental Encroachment) if he’d be interested in playing some songs he wrote. Without hesitation, Frank agreed and the journey started. Soon realizing their potential, they brought aboard Frank’s studio mate Gabe Lipari (Red Rebel County, Low of the Low) to round out the lineup.