All The Gods
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All The Gods

Reston, Virginia, United States | SELF

Reston, Virginia, United States | SELF
Band Rock Alternative




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Back in the 1990s, the trio of Gino Bona, Eric Kielb and Joe Milausnic had a hard-rock band in Washington, D.C., called All the Gods. The band split up before century’s end, and that seemed that – until this year, when all three members wound up in Raleigh working for the same engineering firm. So they decided to reunite, and their first live show in a dozen years happens Friday at Deep South in Raleigh. Showtime is 9 p.m., and cover is $5. See for details. - The News & Observer Publishing Company


All The Gods (The Singles):
Aberdeen (2011)
Z-Day (2010)
Fade (2010)
All The Things I Left Behind For War (2009)
The Tower (2009)

A Tempered Glow LP (2005)

Soma Mantra:
Flux EP (1996)



All The Gods is a five-piece rock band known for live performances of Olympic proportions. In the studio, they are meticulous DIYers that fuse genres such as alternative rock, progressive rock, metal, and electronica into their own distinctive sound that appeals to rock fans of all ages.

All The Gods call both North Carolina and Virginia home. The band consists of Gino Bona (vocals/guitar/keyboard), Eric Kielb (guitar/keyboard), Joe Milausnic (guitar), Jeff Mullen (drums), and Krishna Karra (bass). They are veterans of the metro-DC music scene. In the late 90s and early 00s, they built a loyal regional following in previous bands, including Flux, Soma Mantra, Autologic, Six Foot Heroes, Avatar, Slippery Mick, and Creamy Booty.

In 2009, All The Gods began tracking a series of demos focused on balancing the groove, melody, and bombast of their most revered influences. The magic of those sessions resulted in the self-release of 5 singles, each with an accompanying video. The video for their debut single “The Tower” was voted 1st Place Winner in the 2010 D’Addario’s “Rock The Roxy” contest.

In late 2011, they emerged from the studio hellbent on delivering potent live performances. They have succeeded in playing to capacity crowds at Jammin’ Java (Vienna, VA) and Deep South (Raleigh, NC).

The band also has an uncanny knack for grabbing the eye of regional and national press. All The Gods has been featured on the front page of the News & Observer (North Carolina’s largest daily newspaper) and recently shared a bill with cast members from the Green Day “American Idiot” musical.

They will continue to play select club and festival shows while completing work on their much anticipated debut album.