By Jules Schreiber
Smack dab in the middle of the week there is a killer show at Seattle’s Highline on Broadway. Their sound system will blow you away. Grab a drink this Wednesday and see Gladiators Eat Fire tearing it up with Key of Solomon, BloodMoon and Pharaohs of the Sun. If you’re a fan of hearty bass, hallucinogenic riffs, and hardcore melodies this is a show for you.
Pharaohs of the Sun has a sense of burning urgency with a mythical wave of heavy indie rock flowing through bouncing melodies. Come encourage them as they welcome Eric Eto as their new bassist. Check out Key of Solomon’s newest full length album release, Aberration. Their mighty guitar riffs cut to the bone with some seriously amazing songs you will want to experience at home. Gladiators Eat Fire is sure to keep the beat alive, with a unmistakable sound that keeps you wanting more. If their catchy hardcore group vocals are not stuck in your head after hearing them, their psychedelic flavor and heavy metal influenced funk bass riffs will be. Gladiators Eat Fire will be featuring guest drummer Ian Iddings, (Dead River/Dogs of War) this Wednesday. Just to keep things heavy enough in this gloomy weather; BloodMoon’s dooming black metal awakens you with an evil twisting guitar and sinister screaming vocals and chants. Support BloodMoon hailing from San Luis Obispo, California and take home their undeniably thrilling album, Orenda, while they await a full length recording set to release in the year to come.