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|Date & Time:||
Friday, April 28, 2017
8:00 PM-1:00 AM
|Suggested Audiences:||College, Adult|
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The Cove Music Hall
89 Green Street
Worcester, MA 01604-4134
|Cost:||$10 in advance - $13 at the Door|
|Description:||Thy will Be Done makes their return to the stage after a year plus off! Get ready for all the RIFFS!
Thy Will Be Done are an American Heavy Metal Band hailing from Providence, RI. The band released their new 6-song EP entitled "Temple" on September 25th, 2012. Known for their DIY approach, the EP was produced and engineered by THY WILL BE DONE, mixed by acclaimed metal producer ZEUSS (Whitechapel, Suicide Silence, Soulfly) at Planet Z and is the inaugural release on the band's own Eye.On Lion Recordings with INgrooves Fontana handling world-wide distribution. Eye.On Lion Recordings is a DIY-style record label designed to release new music, merchandise, as well as other media from the band. The first single, "You, The Apathy Divine", was officially released through iTunes on June 26th following the band's performance at the "Orion Music + More" Festival, for which they were hand-picked by the festival curators Metallica.
"Temple" is the band's third release following 2009's groundbreaking In Ancient of Days and the critically acclaimed 2007 debut, Was And Is To Come. The Temple EP shows the band expanding on their sound that both peers and press have already described as defying metal sub-genres. In addition to cracking the Top 10 on Billboard Heatseeker charts regionally at #9 and the whirlwind of positive accolades surrounding its unveiling; Temple was voted Revolver Magazines Album Of The Week.
The first single off the EP, "You, The Apathy Divine" climbed steadily on SiriusXM Liquid Metal's weekly Top 12 countdown "The Devil's Dozen" eventually hitting the #1 position for 4 straight weeks. "You, The Apathy Divine" maintained a top requested song for 20+ weeks. Listeners voted it as one of the TOP 12 most requested songs for 2012.
On deciding to pave their way and start their own label, the band's vocalist and co-writer J Costa commented, "As a band, we've always wanted to preserve our expressions as well as the way they reach the listener. It's important for us to have a fan feel, see, and hear the finished piece as closely to the creative source of energy as possible. Eye.On Lion is a way for us to offer our artistic creations to those who choose to support us and by proxy, excludes a lot of 'middle-people'." He added, "Growing up, I've always thought about having my own label and could identify with labels like Dischord that seemed to be doing things from a passionate perspective. I also found it inspiring seeing artists like Jack White and Mike Patton, amongst others, as well as bands like Neurosis, Tool and Clutch whom have decided to blaze their own trail in this ever-changing industry. Having worked with Jamey Jasta and his Stillborn label for our first two releases, I was inspired even more to want to maintain the DIY ethos I've always had and start this label." Costa adds "Jamey's belief in us got us started on this journey. Not only do we consider him Family, but also an inspiration to us."
THY WILL BE DONE has toured extensively throughout Japan, Europe and the U.K. They have taken to the stage in North American for a plethora of performances including tours supporting the likes of Machine Head, Lamb of God, All That Remains, DevilDriver, Five Finger Death Punch, Hatebreed and Fear Factory just to name a few. Refreshed and invigorated with the release of their new EP, THY WILL BE DONE are ready for the next chapter. Tour dates and additional updates will be coming soon.
With Special Guests:
Strangler Needsa Manicure
On your Deathbed
$10 in advance/$13 at the Door
Entered by: The Cove Music Hall
Created: April 6, 2017 at 9:52 PM
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