Week 63 – Sea Of Treachery

Thank you for your support: 


My HeadBangers, welcome from Cincinnati, Ohio:   SEA OF TREACHERY


Nice growl vocals Paska

Let’s meet the band:

Alex Huffman – Vocals

Christian McManama – Guitar

Aaron Hoover – Guitar

Tyler Monell – Bass/Vocals

Cody Patton – Drums



Here’s some bio, taken from their site:

We play loud music, drink beer, eat burritos and kick each other out of the band alot.  They’ve been active since 2004-2005.   I know this isn’t much but it’s all I could find.  I have reached out to the band, however they are constantly working so if I hear from them I will update as necessary.  However listen to the music its badass my Headbangers.

Their influences are:  Poison the Well, Darkest Hour, Unearth, At the Gates, In Flames, Bad Religion and Deftones.


My Thoughts:

You all know how I feel about the growl vocals and this band has a great vocalist in Tyler Monell.  I would rate his vocals up in my top 15.  This band is constantly performing, check their FB page for upcoming gigs.  As I said I couldn’t find out much about them but if I hear from them I will update.  But their music is kick ass so as the Bringer Of Fire I brought it lmao.  Enjoy my HeadBangers.

A few interesting things I found out about Cincinnati was:
One of the earliest references to Cincinnati as the “Queen City” was an 1819 newspaper article that called Cincinnati the “Queen of the West.” 
Cincinnati is home to three major sports teams: the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball; the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League; and FC Cincinnati of Major League Soccer.
Cincinnati averages 15 inches of snow per year.
See not only can you find new bands here but also some facts about their home towns.
Well that’s it for this week, join me next week for another band and another song.  In the meantime don’t stand to close to the fire if you can’t handle the burn…..

Please feel free to leave me a comment or question, I appreciate it HeadBangers:

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