In just under a week, I am heading to West Virginia for Metal in the Mountains. I have already traveled twice to North Carolina to see them and in just under a week I will see them again.
I had the opportunity to interview them a few months back, you can check that interview here. And after meeting them in person, I am even more thrilled that this interview happened. I am a huge fan of supporting artists and this is definitely one of the bands that will probably get highlighted periodically.
With many influences, Black Plague has emerged into the scene with high hopes of taking fans by storm. The vocalist that is diverse in clean singing and screaming/growling that will send chills down your spine, with guitars that have gut-wrenching harmonies and heavy breakdowns, and with bass and drums that will blow your mind and have you ready for more!
The band strives to be at their best and share their music with the world and is always ready to push their limits to make the next song bigger and better than the first. Black Plague is ready to show everyone what they are made of and make an imprint on Metal fans around the world.http://www.blackplagueband.com
And they are not wrong. The shows I have attended so far indeed left an imprint on me and my music. I cannot wait until they hit the stage at Metal in the Mountains to bring their incredibly growling and singing to the stage.
The energy that’s happening on stage is infectious to the highest degree and you can’t help but show them horns and bang your head when they hit the stage.
So if you are not yet familiar with them, go hit them up on their YouTube Channel and connect with them on Facebook.