Hordes of moshing minions storm The Haven Lounge of Winter Park, Florida in order to get a dangerous dose of Venom Inc.
The Haven Lounge of Orlando Florida came to life Saturday night when Nuclear Blast recording Artists Venom Inc. continue on their rampage known as the “Blood Stained Earth Tour 2017.” In direct support of their first studio release Ave’, released August 11th of this year.
Venom Inc. has already received the highest of accolades for their first singles released from the album “Dein Fleisch,” and “Ave Satanas,” both of which translate into quite memorable live performances. This new blend of venom, known as Venom Inc. is a conglomerate of death metal talent, bringing together death metal icons Jeffery “Mantas” Dunn on guitar and Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan, on bass. Joined by long-running thrash metal drummer and former member of Venom, Anthony “Abandon” Bray. This new, yet old line-up, proves that the death metal scene is not…”dead.” In fact, Venom Inc brings fans by the numbers, packing their venues with the most energetic fan that moshing generations have seen in ages.
Taking the stage just before midnight, “Abandon,” Bray, appears from the shadows to the howling horde, clutching the ever so recognizable bottle of Jack Daniels that his frenzied fans have to come to know. Bray mounts his kit as Mantas takes center stage and delightfully bows before the packed house. Dolan unholsters his bass and the trio begin to unleash these new demons, now known as Venom Inc. Backs to the audience, as the theatrical ambiance builds, the three launch a power groove at ear deafening levels. First noted is the gritty crunch of “Mantas” guitar tones. He coolly slides into place spraying a barrage of high-speed notes to the front row of fist pumpers. “Demolition Man” attacks the microphone with a growl that rumbles the stage. Bassline and backbeat are in place as Venom Inc.’s driving rhythm section creates a hypnotic, thrash stew that has fans headbanging feverishly. As expected, the moshing begins. A spunky and viral crowd begin to engage in the ancient art of moshery: a mix of slam dancing, rioting, and combat camaraderie.
Event Date: 30-SEP-2017