Music Monday is ready to see FALL OF FATHOM absolutely destroy the Knitting Factory [Boise] for the first time ever during the next Xclusive! Fall of Fathom, originally known as The Fall Of Fathom, started back in 2011 in a garage with a bunch of good friends drinking and jamming together, as all good bands do! As a lot of freshman bands experience there were a lot of trial and errors that resulted in a few original members going in a different direction. Rather than splitt
Music Monday is ready to head to the Knitting Factory [Boise] and head bang to this heavy hitting metal band, Abaasy The original version of the band started back in junior high when metal brought this band of brothers together under the name Zadok. The first version of the band started out as a garage metal band that learned cover songs along with a few originals, until they had enough for a set. Once the band felt comfortable enough to play, they stepped into the undergro
Music Monday is ready to rock out, and sell out the Knitting Factory [Boise] this Friday, with Roses Are Dead! In January 2016 founding member Alexander Jones (Xander)(Guitar) and Weston Eriksen (Drums, Programming) met during a music session. “I [Xander] was in AsFireFalls at the time, and Weston was doing YouTube covers, and we met at this live music session. We both wanted to start our own project, and I showed him a demo I made, then he moved down to Boise a few month
Music Monday 208 is extremely excited to bring you a fantastic metal band that is ready to kick ass and melt faces at the next Xclusive Showcase, Living in False Eyes! The band started back in 2017 with Kaos Montgomery Morrison (Vocals) building the team from the ground-up in Twin Falls, ID. The early forms of the band did go through several lineup changes, but this made way for Kaos to discover Steven Andrews (Guitar) through his Soundcloud profile. Kaos soon moved to Boi
Music Monday Blog Featuring Atheras I have seen a lot opening bands. I’m talkin’ downright horrible to groups that are now headliners. As concert goers we remember the extremes: “Hey, remember that opener at BMF last summer? They were awful.” Or “How badass, was that local band that opened last week for Arsis?!” Bands who are just starting out can feel awkward around crowds, or even worse, like there’s no connection to the audience.
A new, Technical Death Metal band out of B