Sun Feb 26 2017

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall

125 East 11th St. New York, NY 10003

Ages 18+

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Webster Hall Presents
Pain of Salvation
Next To None, Edensong

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  • Pain of Salvation

    Pain of Salvation

    Heavy Metal

    In 1984, Daniel Gildenlow formed the band Reality at the whopping age of 11. The group stayed together under that name for seven years, albeit not without personnel changes. In 1991, the name Reality was shelved for the new reality of the name Pain of Salvation. By this point, the lineup was the aforementioned Gildenlow, Johan Hallgren, Johan Langell, and Kristoffer Gildenlow. When Fredrik Hermansson joined in 1996, they realized that they were ready to record an album. The result, Entropia, was laid down in 1997. They followed that disc up within a year with One Hour by the Concrete Lake. 2001 saw the group releasing The Perfect Element, Pt. I, and a follow up came fast with the release of the concept album Remedy Lane the following year. ~ Gary Hill, Rovi

  • Next To None

    Next To None

    Progressive Rock

    NEXT TO NONE is a Metal/Progressive Metal band based out of Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania featuring Max Portnoy on drums, Derrick Schneider on guitar, Kris Rank on bass, and Thomas Cuce on keyboards and lead vocals. 
    The band was formed in 2013 and spent several years performing live and writing music. In 2015, Next To None released their first album "A Light In The Dark" through Inside Out Music and was produced by Mike Portnoy. This album received rave reviews worldwide for their song writing, technical playing and explosive live performances, which credited them as one of the youngest bands to break into the progressive metal genre, also landing Max Portnoy, Rhythm Magazines "BEST NEW DRUMMER OF 2015" award.
    Next To None is now back in the studio writing and recording their second album. They are combining the technicality of odd time signatures with brutal guitars, pounding driving drums, melodic melodies, hardcore vocals and so much more. They have pushed the boundaries of their song writing and creativity to an entirely new level, one which will propel you into the nearest mosh pit, or have you mesmerized by erie sounds of piano and strings.

  • Edensong

    Edensong

    Progressive Rock

    Edensong is a progressive rock quintet from New York City. The band's self-released 2008 debut "the Fruit Fallen" was hailed as a "masterpiece" by critics, and helped to pave the way for live shows and notable festival appearances throughout North America, including Progday in North Carolina, Three Rivers Progressive Rock Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, and Festival Terra Incognita in Quebec City, where Edensong shared the stage with acts ranging from Ozric Tentancles to Kings X to Discipline. While the current lineup of the band wasn't crystallized until 2009, Edensong's roots reach back 20 years to Echoes of Eden, a progressive metal band comprised of three of Edensong's core members.

    For their 2016 followup, "Years in the Garden of Years," a concept album to be released on September 30th through Laser's Edge, Edensong further explores the intricately composed eclectic orchestral rock style of their debut, and infuse it with the energy and sheer power of their earlier music. Whereas "the Fruit Fallen" was the creative voice of singer/guitarist James Byron Schoen, "Years in the Garden of Years" was composed more collaboratively by the full band, and the diverse musical contributions and influences can be heard across the record, from metal to symphonic, atonal to melodic, acoustic to electronic, meticulously structured to fully improvised.

Webster Hall Presents

Pain of Salvation
Next To None, Edensong

Sun Feb 26 2017 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

The Marlin Room at Webster Hall New York NY
Pain of Salvation, Next To None, Edensong
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