Public Display of Aggression
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As for the closing act, I'd be lying if I didn't admit that Public Display of Aggression is one of my favorite local bands, being one of the first and friendliest I ever met. It's not all hearts and flowers of course – like IneXerfy, they stretch the edges of my subgenre preference, with that Killswitch influence and those occasional core flavors – and despite my bias, I have in the past recognized the occasional off-night from them. However, their steady improvement over their rocky career has never plateaued, and last night was a great example of how their confidence has shot through the roof as they've become more prolific in the studio these last few months. The only five-piece of the night, they definitely filled the Church's small stage, and PDA is a highly active and mobile band, but despite the confined space they maintained intensity and put on a great set, well-blended with fan favorites and new material. (Keep an eye on this blog for a review of their new EP fairly soon, as well as a review of an annual show they threw in March that I was supposed to review before my computer and life went to hell for a while – better late than never, right?) - Local MC


PDA are known for their infectious crowd engagement, and their set was characteristic of their zany niche. Their single “March of the Damned” (familiar to some from 106.7 KBPI‘s Top 6 At 6) is a mover with its rousing chant, and the rest of their lengthy set was equally evocative. Throughout their rocky history since 2009, this resilient group has blended increasingly heavy flavors into their songs, approaching death textures, but still display their eclectic slew of influences. PDA are a paragon of inclusiveness among bands, and their fan appreciation is apparent in the crowd’s vociferous loyalty.
- Colorado Music Buzz


Discography

Illicit E.P.
-Illicit
-Demon Within
-March of Damned
-Rebirth

March of the Damned has radio airplay on:
-106.7 KBPI
-T-Radio V
-Denver Metal Madness

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Public Display of Aggression has been 3 years in the making, hailing from Denver Colorado we are an intense intimate band who knows what a crowd wants and delivers. The sound is a unique compilation of Killswitch Engage, Mudvayne, American Head Charge and Coal Chamber with a Marilyn Manson style shock rock delivery. Known all through Colorado having played bars such as @Cheers, Toad Tavern, Eck's Saloon and Bushwhackers. To some of the most well known Colorado venues such as The Gothic, Summit Music Hall and The Grizzly Rock. Also have found ourselves opening up for some national talent such as Hed PE, Allaegeon, and Seriphim Shock as well as up and coming national acts such as Lola Black, A Fall to Break, The Breakpoint Method, Tides of War, and Iconocaust. We were also named one of the top 6 106.7 Kbpi Best Bands in Denver in 2012. Our influence has stretched out further than Denver and into cities such as Golden and Colorado Springs. Our sound is based off of the intense, heart stopping, pounding of Mattitude on the drums; Powerful slaps and bass brought to the mix by Dashing Kenny Daggers; Timed out and flowing rhythm by Manik on guitar; Intricate melodies and gut busting solos by lead guitar player Jimmy Shoe; A range of high and low screams with a deep knowledge of melody belted out by lead vocalist James Aggression. Trials and tribulations of the past cannot stop this unstoppable force known as P.D.A. Tough skinned young men who know what it takes to make it in the world of music. Ever eager to meet the newest challenge and adventure. We realize people have a high expectation when they see a band live. They need a show, with not just music, but a spectacle of performance not soon forgotten. We are well versed in taking live music and making it into a production. Our fans are our lives and without them we cease to exist, so we promise to give them a show they cant beat elsewhere. We take our music seriously but our unity even more so. We know that together we are not just five guys jamming out. We are five musicians who have united for the same goal to spread our music and let our voices be heard. So when Public Display of Aggression comes to your town, realize that you will be met by a sea of fists in the air, with passion in their soul and music in their hearts, chanting, "We Don't Fuck Around!" When we break out, the world had better watch out because the time for P.D.A. is coming and when it does...

No one will forget it.