InVisions give a sight of their bright future at Boston Music Room (London, UK), supported by Confessions of a Traitor and After Smoke Clears
San Antonio, Texas’ Upon A Burning Body have confirmed a headlining US tour which will see the band trekking through August and September with Of Virtue as direct support and Speaking With Ghosts opening.
With The World Is My Enemy Now, Upon A Burning Body have produced their most consistent album to date.
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Although their actions speak loudly, Upon A Burning Body is actually a fairly simple band. They brand themselves as Mexican gangsters from Texas, and this could not be better reflected in everything that they do, eccentric publicity stunts included.
Our Quick & Dirty interviews are a great way to get to know bands on a deeper level. We checked in with San Antonio, TX metal band Upon A Burning Body’s lead singer, Danny Leal, amidst their current tour supporting their new recording, The World Is My Enemy (Sumerian Records).
Georgia-based Attila played to an amped up young crowd of moshers at Gramercy theater on a cold Monday evening in NY. The crowd was already in a frenzy thanks in large part to the show stealing Texas based Upon a Burning Body, who encouraged the circle mosh pit and multiple crowd surfing. Attila was solid playing about an hour-long set. Chris “Fronzilla” Fronzak lead the way with tight vocals.
Episode Summary: Ben didn’t actually go to the gym with Upon A Burning Body, he met with them at the Hawthorne Theatre in Potland, OR. We’re calling this episode “At the Gym” because Matt and Ben decided to discuss this trend that happens to be running through metal right now. Most people call it Crabcore, but Matt and Ben call it “Squat Thrusts.”