Thursday, May 30, 2013

Super Collider, The Fourteenth Studio Album of Megadeth


 What the hell is going on this June? I can't believe this. Megadeth is also going to release their fourteenth studio album, “Super Collider”. The band revealed on August 22, 2012, that they would be returning to the studio with producer Johnny K to record their fourteenth album. On October 27, Dave Mustaine, guitarist and main man of Megadeth revealed that the band was planning to start the recording for this album  in the first week of November 2012, before leaving the studio for the American leg of the Countdown to Extinction 20th anniversary tour. And sooner, the next day, Mustaine that he had chosen a title and cover art for the new album, though neither was revealed at that time. As with Megadeth’s previous studio effort, Thirteen, work on the album was done at "Vic's Garage", the band's own studio in San Marcos, California. The song of this album, "Kingmaker" will make its online debut shortly. The track will be unveiled by one lucky fan who will be chosen to premiere the song on his or her personal Twitter feed.

December 18, 2012 Shawn Drover, drummer of Megadeth revealed that the band had started recording for the fourteenth studio album, “Super Collider”. On December 24, 2012, Mustaine announced that three new songs were tracked and almost done. And then on February 12, 2013, Mustaine announced that their fourteenth album, “Super Collider” will be released on June 4 on Mustaine's new label, Tradecraft, distributed through Universal Music Enterprises. Lastly on April 23, 2013, "Super Collider" was released as a single available for purchase through iTunes. Mustaine, the mainman of Megadeth told on Guitar World in the new June 2013 issue that “You can't always play aggressive, thrashy stuff. Sometimes those aren't even songs; they're like musical rams. But because I'm not a pop guy, I'm also not really comfortable playing sing-along songs. To me, ‘Super Collider’ made sense like a normal song — a verse-chorus-verse-chorus kind of thing. It’s written the way a real songwriter would write the song, instead of just taking all these musical twists and turns."

The Tracks of the Album, Super Collider:

The Tracks of the Album, Super Collider:

    Super Collider
    Built for War
    Off the Edge
    Dance in the Rain
    The Beginning of Sorrow
    The Blackest Crow
    Forget to Remember
    Don't Turn Your Back
    Cold Sweat

Megadeth is one of the most famous and successful American heavy metal and thrash metal band in the world. In 1983 Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson started the band. In the past Dave Mustaine plays in Metallica. For some technical problem he left Metallica in 1983 and formed the band, Megadeth. Megadeth became one of the leading bands of the genre during the mid- and late '80s by streamlining the classic thrash metal approach and making the music more threatening, as well as making the lyrics more nihilistic. A pioneer of the American thrash metal movement, Megadeth rose to international fame in the 1980s and is ranked as one of the "Big Four of Thrash" along with Metallica, Slayer and Anthrax. The band was formed almost about 30 years ago and during 30 years activities more than 20 different people have officially performed as part of the group, with Mustaine being the only constant member. Throughout Megadeth's many lineup changes, the two core members were bassist Dave Ellefson and guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine who was the band's official leader.

Current Lineup of Megadeth:  

    Dave Mustaine – (1983–2002, 2004) - lead vocals, guitar
    Dave Ellefson – (1983–2002, 2010) - bass, backing vocals
    Shawn Drover – (2004-2013) - drums, percussion
    Chris Broderick – (2008-2013) - guitar, backing vocals

Current Lineup of Megadeth

Former Members:

    Greg Handevidt - (1983) - guitar
    Dijon Carruthers - (1983) - drums, percussion   
    Lee Rausch - (1984) - drums, percussion
    Kerry King - (1984) - guitar
    Gar Samuelson – (1984–1987) - drums, percussion
    Chris Poland – (1984–1985, 1985–1987, 2004) - guitar
    Mike Albert – (1985) - guitar (touring member)
    Chuck Behler – (1987–1988) - drums, percussion
    Jeff Young – (1987–1989) - guitar, backing vocals
    Nick Menza – (1989–1998, 2004) - drums, percussion, backing vocals
    Marty Friedman – (1990–1999) - guitar, backing vocals
    Jimmy DeGrasso – (1998–2002) - drums, percussion, backing vocals
    Al Pitrelli – (1999–2002) - guitar, backing vocals
    Vinnie Colaiuta – (2004) - drums, percussion (session only)
    Jimmy Sloas – (2004) - bass (session only)
    James MacDonough – (2004–2006) - bass
    Glen Drover - (2004–2008) - guitar, backing vocals
    James LoMenzo - (2006–2010) - bass, backing vocals

Megadeth has already released thirteen studio albums, three live albums, five compilation albums, two extended plays, forty-four singles, eight video albums, and thirty-three music videos. Megadeth is known for its distinctive, technical instrumental style that often features frequently, intricate passages and trade-off guitar solos, and for recurring lyrical themes including politics, war, addiction, personal relationships, and religion. The band has sold over 50 million records worldwide with six consecutive albums being certified platinum or multi-platinum in the US, according to the band's official website. Peace Sells... but Who's Buying? So Far, So Good... So What!, Rust in Peace, Youthanasia, and Cryptic Writings all achieved platinum status, the band's fifth and most successful record, Countdown to Extinction, sold multi-platinum, and the album Risk achieved gold certification. As of 2013, Megadeth has received eleven Grammy nominations.

The Studio Albums of Megadeth:

    Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good! (1985)
    Peace Sells... but Who's Buying? (1986)
    So Far, So Good... So What! (1988)
    Rust in Peace (1990)
    Countdown to Extinction (1992)
    Youthanasia (1994)
    Cryptic Writings (1997)
    Risk (1999)
    The World Needs a Hero (2001)
    The System Has Failed (2004)
    United Abominations (2007)
    Endgame (2009)
    Thirteen (2011)
    Super Collider (2013)

In a recent interview with the "Shockwaves"/"HardRadio" podcast, Mustaine stated about "Kingmaker",
"It's no secret that I had surgery on my neck. I think that when I showed up at the 'Big Four' show [at the Yankee stadium in September 2011] with a neck brace on, people kind of figured out that there was something wrong with me. It turns out that I had a broken bone in my neck and a shard of my vertebrae got into my spinal cord and was causing me tremendous pain for a very long time. I had started taking pain pills and became chemically dependent on it. 
With my substance-abuse history, it was really hard for me to go from being an addict and an alcoholic and then getting set free from all that stuff. 'Cause I went to the whole twelve-step thing, which was really beneficial for me, but unfortunately, for me it wasn't an anonymous program; I would go in there and whatever I would say, people would talk about. So it really violated my anonymity. It's also a program that is based on God, but when I would talk about God in there, they would say, 'Ah, G.O.D. stands for Group of Drunks.' And it's, like, 'No, it doesn't. Can't you spell, you retard? That's why you're in here.' But at the time, it was very influential in my life and very important and I respect it tremendously and I wish anybody who needs a twelve-step program will find one... "

"The song 'Kingmaker' is about how people are running from their problems… And there's a lot of that on this particular record — just looking at, like, 'Here's what I've got. What are you gonna do with it?' It's talking a lot about this generation, how people, their lives are falling apart and they just take pills. Instead of sucking up and doing what I did and going and getting the surgery and getting off the medication, they'll continue to just trudge it out until the end of their life where they just take pills until their body is eaten… And the other thing that's part of that song is talking about how when you take these things how they make you feel different. Some people, they get into that 'cause they like the way it makes you feel, 'cause it makes you kind of feel warm and fuzzy. In the song, it talks about wanting to fly and being ten feet tall. Booze does that to some people. And this is just something that, I think, if there is a way that I can help educate a lot of our fans, especially the younger ones that still have their whole life ahead of them, it's not as glamorous as you think it is to go down that path of just checking it out and drugging yourself up and not facing reality… 

Part of what 'Kingmaker' means to me is that I am able to look back now on this whole episode of my life, being a slave to Big Pharma. You have no idea what a pain in the ass it was. In order to travel to go overseas, and I needed the medication with me, to know that if my backpack would have been stolen and my medication would have been gone, that I would have gone into serious withdrawals and been hospitalized and the tour would have been over. That kind of stuff; it's horrifying. And my heart goes out to the people that are stuck in that vicious circle and slavery to narcotics. Granted, you need it if you're in pain, but…"

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Halo of Blood, The Eighth Album of a Finnish Melodic Death Metal Band Children of Bodom

Children of Bodom

That’s just like a nuclear blast for the fans of Children of Bodom that they're going to release their eighth album, Halo of Blood. It is due to be released on June 6, 2013 in Europe and June 11 in North America on Nuclear Blast Records in Japan, the album will be released by Marquee Inc. on May 29, 2013. They've already released the second trailer for their upcoming "Halo of Blood". Jaska Raatikainen, the drummer of the band accumulated a number of songs for this album. T the middle of November 2012, the band announced that they had started recording demos of new material.  He described the new material as dark and also little black metalish. In January 2013, it was revealed that frontman/guitarist Alexi Laiho was finishing writing lyrics, and that recording would begin in February. On 18 March 2013, the album's title was announced as "Halo of Blood", tracklist and cover artwork were disclosed. Halo of Blood is expected to feature a guest appearance from Annihilator guitarist Jeff Waters. The band recorded “Halo Of Blood” at Finland's Danger Johnny Studios with recording engineer Mikko Karmila, who worked on the “Hatebreeder” (1999), “Follow the Reaper” (2000), and “Hate Crew Deathroll” (2003) albums. The album was produced by the band and Mikko Karmila, Keyboards recorded by Janne Wirman and vocal production by Peter Tägtgren. “Halo of Blood” was mixed at Finland’s famed Finnvox Studios.

The Tracks of Halo of Blood:

Halo of Blood Cover

         01 - Waste Of Skin
         02 - Halo Of Blood
         03 - Scream For Silence
         04 - Transference
         05 - Bodom Blue Moon (The Second Coming)
         06 - The Days Are Numbered
         07 - Dead Man's Hand On You
         08 - Damage Beyond Repair
         09 - All Twisted
         10 - One Bottle and a Knee Deep

Children of Bodom is a Finnish metal band from Espoo. The band was formed in 1993 and they currently consists of Alexi Laiho (vocals, lead guitar), Roope Latvala (rhythm guitar), Janne Wirman (keyboards), Henkka Seppälä (bass), and Jaska Raatikainen (drums). In total they have released seven studio albums, two live albums, two EPs, two compilation albums and one DVD. The band's third studio album, Follow the Reaper, was their first album to receive a Gold certification in Finland, and since then, all seven of the band's studio albums have reached the same status. In Finland, Children of Bodom has released three consecutive albums that debuted at number one on Finnish album charts and has also seen chart positions on the United States Billboard 200.

The Latest Lineup of Children of Bodom:

latest Lineup of Children of Bodom

Alexi Laiho – lead vocals, lead guitar
 Roope Latvala – rhythm guitar, 
                             backing vocals
 Jaska Raatikainen – drums
 Henkka Seppälä – bass guitar, 
                                backing vocals
 Janne Wirman – keyboards, synthesizer

The band has incorporated many different musical styles, leading critics and fans to label them as melodic death metal, power metal, thrash metal, and early symphonic black metal and neoclassical metal. They are one of Finland's best selling artists of all time with more than 250,000 records sold there alone. The band’s enthralling mix of modern heavy metal, melodic hooks and the guitar acrobatics of Laiho have solidified the critically acclaimed quintet as one of the most revered hard rock acts in the world and one of the leading voices of metal’s new generation. It is not mere precision, but a metal-mad passion that makes Children of Bodom the standout band that it is today.

The Discography of Children of Bodom:

        Something Wild (1997)
        Hatebreeder (1999)
        Follow the Reaper (2000)
        Hate Crew Deathroll (2003)
        Are You Dead Yet? (2005)
        Blooddrunk (2008)
        Relentless Reckless Forever (2011)
        Halo of Blood (2013)

About the eighth album the frontman of this band, Alexi Laiho commented that "Halo Of Blood is the eighth studio album from Children of Bodom, and believe it or not, but we still managed to keep it fresh and new while still maintaining the elements that make Children of Bodom  sound recognizable. It's got the fastest and the slowest song we ever made and lyrics wise there are themes we had never had before. It's 10 new songs of pure Nordic metal and whether you enjoy it with a beer or a glass of water, I'm sure you will have a good time."

Children of Bodom

Black Sabbath And Their Nineteenth Studio Album, 13 Is Going To Release After Eighteen Years

Black Sabbath

It’s a very long time? Yes it is; about eighteen years later Black Sabbath is going to release their nineteenth studio album. On 13 January 2013, the band announced that the album would be released in June under the title 13.  Mixing of the album was started in February. The album is undertaken to be released on 10 June 2013 in Europe and 11 June 2013 in North America, via Vertigo Records and Republic Records in the US, and via Vertigo Records worldwide. It will be the first studio album released by Black Sabbath since Forbidden (1995), and their first studio recording with original singer Ozzy Osbourne and bassist Geezer Butler since the live album Reunion (1998). It is also the first studio album with Osbourne since Never Say Die! (1978), and Butler since Cross Purposes (1994). Brad Wilk, the drummer of Rage Against the Machine was selected as the drummer, and Rick Rubin was selected as the producer. On 12 April 2013, the band released the album's tracklis. The standard version of the album features eight new tracks, and the deluxe version features three bonus tracks. The vocal of this band, Ozzy Osbourne commented about this band "It's a masterpiece as far as I'm concerned. I heard the finished thing last week and I've got to be truthful with you, I was so bowled over by the way it sounded. If you liked Black Sabbath in the old days, you gotta love '13.' It's very heavy. It's very, very heavy. I'm my own worst critic," the singer adds. "Rather than the pluses I look for the minuses. And I haven't been this excited for an album in a long, long time. I can't remember the last time.

The full '13' track list is:

Black Sabbath and 13
     End of The Beginning
     God is Dead?
     Age Of Reason
     Live Forever
     Damaged Soul
     Dear Father

Bonus deluxe edition tracks:

     Peace of Mind

English band, Black Sabbath are cited as pioneers of heavy metal. The band has since experienced multiple lineup changes, with Tony Iommi the only constant presence in the band through the years. Formed in 1968 as a heavy blues rock band named Earth, the band began incorporating occult themes with horror-inspired lyrics and tuned-down guitars. Despite an association with occult and horror themes, Black Sabbath also composed songs dealing with social instability, political corruption, and the dangers of drug abuse and apocalyptic prophecies of the horrors of war. The band helped define the genre with releases such as Paranoid, released in 1970. They were ranked by MTV as the "Greatest Metal Band" of all time, and placed second in VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock" list, behind Led Zeppelin. Rolling Stone magazine ranked them among the "100 greatest artists of all time". They have sold over 15 million records in the United States and over 70 million records worldwide. Black Sabbath were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.

Black Sabbath has been as influential in the development of heavy metal rock music as to be a defining force in the style. The band took the blues-rock sound of late '60s acts like Cream, Blue Cheer, and Vanilla Fudge to its logical conclusion, about slowing the tempo, about accentuating the bass, and also emphasizing screaming guitar solos and howled vocals full of lyrics expressing mental anguish. If their ancestors clearly came out of an electrified blues tradition, Black Sabbath took that tradition in a new direction, and helped to give birth to a musical style that continued to attract millions of fans decades later. I think that if there was no bloody sabbaths, there shouldn't be the metal. So thanks the Sabbaths for this bloody captivating music style.

Line up of Black Sabbath

The Latest Lineup of This Band:

     Tony Iommi – lead guitar
     Ozzy Osbourne – lead vocals
     Geezer Butler – bass guitar
     Brad Wilk – drums

Black Sabbath have gone through many line-ups and stylistic changes, their original sound focused on ominous lyrics and doomy music, often making use of the musical tritone, also called the "devil's interval". While their first two albums had slight compositional similarities to the progressive rock genre that was growing in popularity at the time, standing in stark contrast to popular music of the early 1970s Black Sabbath's dark sound was dismissed by rock critics of the era. Much like many of their early heavy metal contemporaries, the band received virtually no airplay on rock radio. As the band's primary songwriter, Tony Iommi wrote the majority of Black Sabbath's music, while Osbourne would write vocal melodies, and bassist Geezer Butler would write lyrics. The process was sometimes frustrating for Iommi, who often felt pressured to come up with new material. "If I didn't come up with anything, nobody would do anything." On Iommi's influence", Osbourne later said, “Black Sabbath never used to write a structured song. There'd be a long intro that would go into a jazz piece, then go all folky ... and it worked. Tony Iommi and I have said this a zillion times—should be up there with the greats. He can pick up a guitar, play a riff, and you say, 'He's gotta be out now, he can't top that.' Then you come back, and I bet you a billion dollars, he'd come up with a riff that'd knock your fucking socks off.

The Studio Albums of Black Sabbath:

Black Sabbath (1970)
Paranoid (1970)
Master of Reality (1971)
Black Sabbath Vol. 4 (1972)
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
Sabotage (1975)
Technical Ecstasy (1976)
Never Say Die! (1978)
Heaven and Hell (1980)
Mob Rules (1981)
Born Again (1983)
Seventh Star (1986)
The Eternal Idol (1987)
Headless Cross (1989)
TYR (1990)
Dehumanizer (1992)
Cross Purposes (1994)
Forbidden (1995)
13 (2013)

Black Sabbath will tour Australia, New Zealand and play a show at Ozzfest in Japan in advance of the new album. These dates had been arranged to allow Iommi to return to the UK for lymphoma treatment once every six weeks. From late July to early September 2013, Black Sabbath will embark on their first U.S. tour in eight years. After that, they will tour Europe in November and December.

Line up of Black Sabbath

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Get Amped Series Brought You The First Ever Underground Show In Uttara

It's the fifth series of Get Amped.... If you forgot about the fourth series of Get Amped, then I've to say that you should for your treatment. comeback of Poizon Green, Epic Performance by Arbovirus, The hight turn out in Uttara, Crazy Moshpits, Wall Of Death, Not To Forget All The Epic Headbanging....

The Concert arranged by " Get Amped "

Date: 22 June 2013 (Saturday)
Venue: Classic Rock Cafe Lounge, Sector - 11, Uttara.
Ticket Price: 200 BDT
Gate Opens: 2:00 PM

Show Starts:  2:20 PM

The Get Amped Series exists to organize concerts, music festivals, battle of the bands, tribute gigs in Bangladesh and other music related activities. Our team also works to create greater opportunities for the young musicians to participate and promote their creative skills along with the experienced bands of the country. At the same time, we search for the new talents to reveal their creativity. In addition to all other activities, maintaining the quality in music has always been the first priority of Get Amped Series since its establishment. 

The lineup of the Bands:

Story Tellers
The Manager
Active Rockers
Martian Love
Free Water

Yes,what you're thinking right now is what the bloody line up it is! Get Amped is back with another BANG !!! Are you ready....................for the biggest underground show !

Sound Support:

Radio Partner:

Official Web Partner:
  Bangladesh Music Network 

The First Live Album of Karnival, Dysfunctional Motion Picture is going to release Internationally

Dysfunctional Motion Picture

Karnival, Bangladeshi experimental rock/grunge rock band is going to release their third album, Dysfunctional Motion Picture. But you can’t believe that they're going to release the album worldwide. The milestone of Karnival reaches first international album. And only that’s not the end; they're going to do something different. This album is a Live Album and all the tracks are instrumental. February 24th afternoon, the members hit the Studio without having any specific plans on their mind. With everything being composed instantly on that very moment. Karnival came out with 9 track by leaving the studio on 10 PM that very night! Also these are going to be the tracks for an 'Art Film'. The total live recording was done at Incursion Studio and later on additional works, edits, the mixing and mastering were added on The Studio Basement. It is going to be karnival’s first International Album. Yeah I know what you're thinking right now; what the hell did they do that day. In their second album, Attotshorgo their genre was experimental rock along with progressive rock and now in this album their genre is experimental rock with a little bit stoner rock.

Line up

     The Latest Lineup:

         Khalid Ashraf – Drums
         Mousum Dhamai - Bass
         Salmi Rahman - Guitars
         Tinu Rashid – Vocals and Guitars

Karnival is four aspiring musicians from Bangladesh. They're the persons who all share their dedicated love in a wide range of music - starting from The Beatles to 70s prog/psychedelic platform to 90s grunge & post-britpop scenario to modern-day groups like Radiohead. This diversity resulted in the experimental attitude Karnival lately adopted in their song writing. Originally formed in 2006, the band had to wait until it could stick to a permanent line-up in the second year of its existence. On September 19, 2009 Karnival came up with the debut solo album 'Indraloy' from Fahim Music. Nevertheless, the following year Karnival attempted a sudden change in the line-up & settled down at the present one. This is considered by many as the transformation of the band due to their apparent musical switch from the previous works based on sound, originality & experimentation.On September 20, 2012 - Karnival released their highly anticipated solo album 'Attotshorgo' from G-Series.  They also worked in a renowned band mix album, Republic and released a track, Bikrito Drishti.

Indraloy   The Tracks of Indraloy:

           01. Tader Shopno
           02. Shada Kalo Rongdhonu
           03. Bhabnar Nil Rong
           04. Amar Shotto
           05. Bidhatar Ahobban
           06. Bikkhoto
           07. Dure
           08. Tomay (Instrumental)

    The Tracks of Attotshorgo:

           01. Attotshorgo
           02. Shobuj Bagan
           03. Bhogmonoshkota
           04. Bijatio
           05. Opodebota
           06. Otit
           07. Obantor
           08. Gholatey
           09. Oshom Baro

Karnival was formed on 13 July, 2006. The band have much influence from The Beatles, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Camel, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Guns n' Roses, Radiohead, Alice in Chains, Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden, Jeff Buckley, Porcupine Tree, Deftones, Tool, Opeth, A Perfect Circle, Blackfield, Chelsea Wolfe.

Dysfunctional Motion Picture

Monday, May 20, 2013

Concert for Musician "Face to Rock" (Sazzad Hossain Shyamol) at 8 June, 2013

There is an event organized by Jahan Rana along with "Banjan-The Band". And the event is only organized to honor for a musician, Sazzad Hossain Shyamol.

Date: 8 June 2013 (Saturday)
Venue: Russian Cultural Centre
Ticket Price: (This concert is totally free. If anyone want to give money,
                     he can give in the box of Shamol foundation & music school)
Show Starts:  2:30 PM

Death can never put an end to a bonding/relation where the souls made it itself. It’s the bonding where we all are soul mates. It’s the beauty of MUSIC.

Once Again Musicians are bond together to RECALL. Yes, it’s about us who burst against all ODDS & it’s about us who sings in Joy, also sings in sorrow. So, what can we do, its only MUSIC.

So, let’s have a blast again through “FACE to ROCK”. Are you READY to ROCK with us ? (!)

If so then, let's be together. It’s the time to honor “Sazzad Hossain Shyamol”

Name: Sazzad Hossain Shyamol
Ex-Guitarist: Swapneel
Talented Composer
R.I.P: In 6th August 2011

The lineup and Slotting Time for the Bands:

    Blaze at 2:30 PM
    Lighthouse at 2:50 PM
    Thikanahin at 3:10 PM
    Silent Time at 3:30 PM
    Shopnorajjo at 3:50 PM
    Level Five at 4:10 PM
    Bloodstrain at 4:30 PM
    Theatrical at 5:00 PM
    Moruvumi at 5:30 PM
    Banjan-The Band at 6:00 PM
    Lampost at 6:50 PM
    Shadhok at 7:10 PM
    And at last, Special Performance (SURPRISE) at 7:30 PM

Special Appearance:

    Jewel (MILES)
    Shohag (PROMETHEUS)
    Tridib (MECHANIX)
    A.R.Rajib (Secretary-"Shiplu Shaheed Smriti Sangsad")
    Kamran Khaled (Radio Foorti)

Media Partners:
    EML ,

Radio Partner:
    Radio Foorti 88.0 fm

Sponsored by:
    Shyamol Foundation
    Shyamol Music School (SMS)
    HOP (Help Our Poor)
    Khan Telecom

For more information you can contract with

Jahan Rana (01681467113)
& M.H.Mithun (01676060877)

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Concert In "Russian Cultural Society" Organizer by "The Bengal Regiment"

The Bengal Regiment

After 5 months in hibernation. The most extreme and brutal gig of this summer. Featuring one of the biggest and best death metal act of this continent Severe Dementia, Followed by the badass thrashers from Thrash along with the merciless raw thrashers from Dissector. Joining them is Homicide, a rising technical death metal act of the country. Also witness ruthless thrash attack by Exalter and thrash maniacs Sacrilege. This concert is not for weak-hearted people but for the people who loves their metal real, heavy and extreme. This show is also about celebrating 11 deadly years of Severe Dementia. The band is going for long break so be present to witness the merciless assault or you will not be be able to see them any anytime sooner. Cheers

The Concert arranged by " The Bengal Regiment "

Date: 15 June 2013 (Saturday)
Venue: Russian Cultural Centre
Ticket Price: 250 BDT
Gate Open: 2:45 PM
Show Starts: 3:00 PM

The Bengal RegimentTickets will be available at the venue. If tickets will be sold before the show, we'll inform the time and place.

The Lineup of This Concert:

    Severe Dementia

Few other things which u probably know but still listed below as a formality:
(sorry but we don't make the rule)

  • No drugs or alcohol and not even marijuana is allowed inside the venue.  
  • No smoking when you are inside the R.C.C. auditorium.
  • Only physical violence should be limited to moshing and stage diving nothing else.
  • There is an adequate amount of space for you to unleash your metalness but do not damage or mutilate the venue property.
  • Lastly Metal is is the music of standing against what's wrong and we expect nothing less from you.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

De-Illumination Gig-Rock For Relief : Concert For Today's Society


Hundreds of people lost their lives when a building in Savar collapsed. Many families have lost their loved ones. Many garment workers who died in that incident were the only earning source for their families. What is going to happen to their families now? How will they survive? It is our duty as a human being to help the effected people and their families in any possible way. All the money raised from this concert will be donated to Savar and the poor children living in streets and to their families.

All the funds collected from the event shall be handed over to Incursion as part of their Incursion Savar Relief Program which will be donated to helping the victims of the Savar Tragedy.
(For more info please visit )

The Concert arranged by " SPORSHO ".

    Date : 14th June,2013
    Venue - Swid Bhaban Auditorium (4/A, New Eskaton Garden Road)
    Ticket Price - 250 BDT
    Gate Opens - 2.00 pm
    Show Starts - 2.30 pm

For Tickets Click Here

Lineup of the Concert

    Old School 
    Arrow Shot
    Black Spadez

Sponsored By: 

    Sound By - Scream
    Media Partner- Ekushey Tv ( EML)
    Radio Partner - Dhaka Fm 90.4
    Online Radio Partner - ROOTS AIR BD
    Online Ticket Selling Partner - TIX BD

Thanks "SPORSHO" For organizing such a Relief concert for a very important reason.