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Assembly Line Gods
||Hard Rock, Metal
David Samples - Vocals; E. B. Cox - Guitars; Carson Underwood - Drums; Josh Kroeger - Bass
Label: Jason Record firstname.lastname@example.org (858) 273-3334; Booking: Tim Geithman email@example.com (417) 693-1419; Artist / Band Member: Carson Underwood firstname.lastname@example.org (417) 597-4637
|# Years Experience Performing Live:
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:
||Springfield, MO: 151-200
||The Outland Ballroom - Springfield, MO; The Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS; Piere's Entertainment Center - Fort Wayne, IN; Joe's Grotto - Phoenix, AZ; The Hayloft - Mt. Clemens, MI; The Muse Ballroom - Salina, KS; Davey's Uptown - Kansas City, KS; Mojo's - Columbia, MO; The Creepy Crawl - St. Louis, MO; Knickerbockers - Lincoln, NE; Downtown Music Hall - Little Rock, AR
||Sevendust; Saving Abel; Future Leaders of the World; Shaman's Harvest; Hemlock; Texas Hippie Coalition
||Helmet; Tool; Mudvayne; Godsmack; Three Days Grace
|Performing Rights Society:
||Control: Volume One EP—2011; Shelter for My Enemy EP—2009
About the ArtistFrom the damp shadows of the Midwest emerge the Assembly Line Gods, four musicians devoted to awakening something in their listener... the animal within, perhaps. Man has spent centuries finding ways to hide what he really is. The Assembly Line Gods have observed them all, studied them and seen past them. Beginning in 2008 guitarist E.B. Cox, bassist Josh Kroeger, singer David Samples and drummer Carson Underwood began writing songs reflecting those observations. While their deft playing ability and lyricism appeal to one's intellect, it is that primal spirit the notes are really reaching for.
In less than three years the Assembly Line Gods have set about recruiting new audiences beginning at ground zero in the Midwest. The next city they set their sights on could be yours. The next animal they stir within could be you. Come on. Show them what you're made of.
For full Live Show:
We have a single vocalist and are not very picky about our monitor mixes as long as the singer can hear himself (with as little feedback as possible). The guitarist uses stereo 2x12 cabinets that are mic'd for stereo when available. The bassist uses a head that has a DI if needed and dual 4x10 cabinets. The drummer has a rack kit with single kick, snare and 3 toms. Stage size is not usually an issue as long as most of us can fit on it! Two properly grounded outlets on either side of the stage is ideal but we have extension cords available if necessary.
For Acoustic Performances:
We have a PA, Mics, stands and cabling if necessary. Two microphones for acoustic guitars, two microphones for the drummer (uses a cajon) and a single microphone for the vocalist.
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CD Review (theFourFour.com)
by The foursome craft a dark, melodic sound that manages a neat trick: It’s metal that doesn’t sound angry, or even like it’s trying to be. The playing is impactful without trying for a constant sonic...
Show Review (theFourFour.com)
by Notable local opener: Assembly Line Gods. We finally caught these guys last weekend at The High Life and were impressed. These guys are definitely worth checking out if you’re a rock/metal fan.
Show Review (darqpress)
by Assembly Line Gods were last, but not least to take the stage with their mesmerizing vocals and lyrics that plumbed the same depths as Tool or System of A Down. I found myself in contemplation...
Review: DJ Beerman Show (Podcast)
by A good hard rocking sound with an alternative edge adding an extra dimension to the music. I love the versatility in the tracks, the vocals move well between clean and hard. Has a punky aspect,...