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Severance delivers quality in music and life performance.

A fairly new ensemble on the local scene, this metal band has made their mark and continues to draw crowds for their spin on this popular genre.



Merging the best of the various types of metal music, Severence brings audiences an intense sound which – they affirm – will be the most diverse you’ve heard. Drawing on the professional experiences of six musicians, including three guitarists, the band brings together passion, talent and a desire to bring audiences a new spin on a genre which is well known and loved by so many. Thanks to a number of YouTube videos the band has online, I feel like I’ve had the pleasure of seeing them play live. They are equally in synch on stage in terms of body language and presence as they are musically and the crowd reaction is easy to gauge – total participation and involvement.

This ability to draw the crowd in is serving them well as they’ve got a number of concerts under their belt, a bunch more lined up for the coming weeks. They are now focusing their efforts on promoting an upcoming show at the Lair @ Metro, the first of what they hope will be a few more as part of the Emergenza international battle of the bands. They will be playing alongside a several other bands, some of similar style and some quite different, making for a night not to be missed!

It’s not often that we see a band with three guitars. While this move can often create a confusing sound and causes many musical nuances to be lost, these guys make it work. The addition of the third guitar allows them to really emphasize just the right notes and riffs in the songs which, accompanied by the alternating sung and growling vocal makes for an impact which suits the genre very well. For instance in the chorus of Black Fate where the sound is so melodic, but is pierced and accented at just the right time. Can’t wait to see what the audience says on May 19th!