Fête Music Hall Presents
with Apollos Resurrection, Skindress
Tuesday, October 24th
Doors: 6:00 PM
Tickets: ADV $15 • DOS $17
Motograter was formed in 1995 and is most well known for their namesake instrument the “Motograter”, a mysterious contraption designed with industrial cable, guitar pieces, and other components, to create a unique, low, distorted bass sound. The band is widely known for their image, notorious for covering themselves in tribal style body paint. The early stages of the group’s career consisted of heavy experimentation with industrial sounds, samples, and tribal drums. The band released two EP’s ‘Hugh Chardon’ and ‘Indy’ and in 2001 were signed to Sever Records, founded by Dez Fafara of Coal Chamber. The band’s sound continued to evolve, eventually incorporating a dark, groove-oriented guitar styling, that would help broaden the band’s appeal and reach a wider audience. In 2003, the band inked a deal with No Name/Elektra Records and released the highly acclaimed. self-titled album, ‘Motograter’, featuring Ivan Moody (Five Finger Death Punch/Ghost Machine) on vocals. The song “Suffocate” was featured on the soundtrack to the film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The song “Down” is featured on the EA Sports video game Nascar Thunder 2004. Motograter toured on Ozzfest 2003. Motograter has toured with Ozzy Osbourne, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Chevelle, Disturbed, Ministry, Nothingface, Kittie, Mushroomhead, Cradle of Filth, Killswitch Engage, Chimaira, Shadows Fall, Voivod, and many more.
Apollo's Resurrection will send shivers down your spine when they deliver serious depth defying Poly Rhythmic breakdowns with Deathcore progressions!
The band formed in 2012 and has since hit the New England metal scene hard, having the honor of sharing the stage with acts such as Shadows Fall, Kittie, Green Jellö, Psychostick, Diecast, Combichrist, Dog Fashion Disco, The Agonist and many more. Featuring members Tim Howland (Devlyn Sydus) Chris Doig (Green Jellö) Billy Mitchell (All Gone Wrong) Aaron Gurwitz (Projekt: ABORT!)
Singer Aaron Gurwitz brings a presence to the stage that completes the melodic heavy sound of Apollos Resurrection. He will get the audiences heads banging and hands moving faster than the eye can see.
Maybe you’re a shredding guitars kind of fan. Well Chris Doig has an energy and speed that is indefinable and a sound that is as fierce as it is metal.
You like the bass? Billy Mitchell has your back. A force to be reckoned with, the man knows his way around four strings. The sound that hits you hard and stays with you. Tim Howland is a literal beast when it comes to rocking his drum set. The sort of high hat clashes that make you want to punch a man in the face. In the good way.