The Insane Show 311 featured music videos from Scarlet Canary, Blacklist Union, Helion Prime, Rational Mirror, Ritual of Odds and Jacobs Moor.
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The Insane Show 311 Order of Appearance
- Scarlet Canary – “Bottles and Anchors” – Denver, Colorado
- Blacklist Union – “Alive N Well Smack in the Middle of Hell” – Los Angeles, California,
- Helion Prime – “Life Finds A Way” – Sacramento, California
- Rational Mirror – “Sweet Girl of Agony” – Herning, Denmark
- Ritual of Odds – “Deliverance” – Patra, Greece
- Jacobs Moor – “The Evil in Me” – Austria
More Info on Artists on The Insane Show 311
Scarlet Canary has a recent release of their album ‘Arise’ the band has been doing just that, rising through the ranks of the regional music scene. Early tours in the Midwest with Stitched Up Heart and City of the Weak generated the momentum that culminated the band’s most recent headlining tour of the US. The Morning Wood Tour was the band’s headlining debut which took the band through 28 states 80+ shows and a showcase performance at South by Southwest. Going as far West as Los Angeles and as far east as the Carolina Coast. 24,000 miles in a van and over 514 hours of drive time has earned the band performances with Skillet, Saliva, Gemini Syndrome, Lita Ford, and many more.
Blacklist Union have toured nationally receiving five-star reviews from music industry magazines, fanzines, webzines, and has a continuously growing fan base both domestically and internationally. With all of their hard work and perseverance, Blacklist Union are a true rock n’ roll band that continuously push themselves to the limit in every aspect of their music. Singer/songwriter Tony West tackles real life situations that affect each and every one of us in one form or another. From character assassination, to name dropping, addictions, sexual innuendos, romance, friendships, birth, death and living on the edge of destruction is just a fraction of what is touched on in their music.
Helion Prime was first conceived from a common love of metal and all things science. The band was founded when Jason Ashcraft (of Dire Peril) asked Heather Michele (of Graveshadow) to form a project with him. Between the two, they had worked with such artists as Mark Briody (Jag Panzer), Brittney Slayes (Unleash the Archers), Andy LaRocque (King Diamond), Ralph Scheepers (Primal Fear), Arjen Anthony Lucassen (Ayreon/Star One), and Niklas Isfeldt (Dream Evil).
The dynamic duo then released their first EP on February 26th, 2015 with a full-length album in the works. Helion Prime’s lineup was completed after bringing Jeremy Steinhouse on bass and Justin Herzer (of Axiom) on drums. In August of 2015, Helion Prime set out on their first tour, playing shows in Oregon, Nevada, California, and Utah. Their debut album is set to be released in early 2016 and will be featuring special guest Niklas Isfeldt of Dream Evil. Stay tuned all you power metal fanatics!
Ritual of Odds
Ritual of Odds came into existence in 2003 as EXISTENCE EDGE, but in 2005 changed the name to RITUAL OF ODDS and they started to work on their demo titled ‘Building up the Underverse’. In 2008, the band played these new songs live on stage for the first time, and received great reviews.
They have brought together all their personal influences to create a very unique sound by infusing elements of T hrash, H orror and E pic metal into their style of melodic death. RITUAL OF ODDS is truly THE band to watch for on the metal horizon. Axis of Metal (Canada) even dubbed RITUAL OF ODDS the “Melodic Death Metal Masters of Greece”. And rightly so!
Jacobs Moor was founded 2010 by Richard Krenmaier, Johnny Sommerer and Rainer Lidauer. Richard Krenmaier as the singer has performed all vocals on the band’s debut album “All That Starts…”. He is already well known by metal fans throughout Europe as the singer of the power metal band Stygma IV.
he band produced their first video of the song “Faceless Man” which was filmed and edited by René Huemer (www.renehuemer.com) who is also Jacobs Moor’s live-photographer. After months of rehearsing the band played a highly acclaimed album-release-concert in Upper Austria and began building their fan community. Some live videos can be found under VIDEO or on our YouTube channel.