Behold The Flood
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Behold The Flood

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"Hardcore, post-hardcore and thrash elements combine to delivery the best breakdowns of the entire night, if not the entire month."

Behold The Flood: Hardcore, post-hardcore and thrash elements combine to delivery the best breakdowns of the entire night, if not the entire month. Detecting a bit of a Hatebreed influence here, to be specific. Behold The Flood's set was a burner, with blasting vocals that shook the house and speeding guitars (did I hear some pinch harmonics) that left me waiting for the album. These guys will be at Ram's Head Live on March 15, headlining a stage much more worthy of their sound than Angels' afterthought of a stomping grounds for bands.

- Barrett King,


CD - Welcome the Suffering (EP; 2008)



Determination, perseverance, and dedication are a few words that absolutely define the attitude of the up and coming Maryland based Metal band Behold The Flood. Combining old school thrash metal influences with hardcore, hints of melody and catchy choruses, Behold The Flood has become a force to reckon with in the Maryland music scene. The energy, intensity, and seasoned veteran like display of confidence and showman ship that is brought to the stage with every live show is un-matched. The band has only begun there journey in the past 2 years and has no intentions of slowing down. The band is pushing forward and taking the next step towards making their dreams come true. After completing there first tour in the summer of '09, the band is now home playing shows, and writing for their new EP to be recorded in January of 2010. With such determination and drive, who knows where the band could be another year down the road.

Notable accomplishments:

-Behold The Flood has shared the stage with Dying Fetus, SkeletonWitch, Demiricous, A Life Once Lost, This Or The Apocalypse, Becoming The Archetype, In Faith and Flames, The Absence, Epicurean, Darkest Hour, Motionless In White, Hoods, For The Fallen Dreams, Protest the Hero, In This Moment, AGRACEFUL, In Fear And Faith, Texas In July, Periphery, The World We Knew, Years Spent Cold, Adversary, The Mongoloids, Energy, Ambush, Endwell, Life On Repeat, Hope for the Dying, For Today, A Plea For Purging, Sleeping Giant, Oh Sleeper, Project 86, Corpus Christi, Gwen Stacy, The Chariot and many more!

-1 of 5 winners of the 2008 & 2009 Ernie Ball Battle of the bands to play on the Ernie Ball stage at Warped Tour

- Sold through 800 hard copies of first EP "Welcome The Suffering"

- Completed first tour June 25th - July 6th 2009.

- Played 2 dates of Cornerstone '09(generator stages).