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Austin, TX | Established. Jan 01, 2010

Austin, TX
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Metal Death Metal


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



"Giving The Gift Of Local Music"

Title: “Pax Emerikana”

Artist: Aftermath

Availability: at their shows or at Kilgor Trouts, 512 8th Ave N. in downtown Myrtle Beach

Digital: Nope, just physical copies

Price: $5

Sound: This band calls itself “Acid-Metal-Grunge” which is pretty damn accurate. This three-song CD is heavy. Take elements of Southern groove metal, add some technical and intricate changes, then throw in some old school thrash metal influences, and you have Aftermath. Always a good listen when you need to blow off some steam. They took “keeping it real” to a new level by on the last track, “Shoot the Fucking Television” in which they actually recorded themselves shooting a television. All three songs’ lyrics are based around political/social themes. It’s always a plus when bands are looking beyond singing about their high school crushes and actually promoting awareness. I recommend Aftermath to anyone who likes Pantera, Dillenger Escape Plan or Black Sabbath. Any metal-head that does not pick this CD up, I now pronounce you no longer a metal-head. - The Weekly Surge


PAX EMERIKANA 3-song demo
- Lordosis
- Pax Emerikana
- Shoot the Fucking Television

AM RADIO - (unreleased) debut album
- Vicegrip
- King Hell
- Dark Prophet
- Self-Destruct Anew
- Power of the Day
- Pax Americana
- Shoot the Fucking Television
- Built to Break
- Lordosis
- Enevolergy
- The Pursuit
- Tentacled Eye



OF THE SUN has come to coin southern progressive metal: an imaginative blend of fierce progressive technicality combined with the distinctive groove and attitude found in music and culture throughout the American southern states.