Missoula-based, brutal groove metal band Walking Corpse Syndrome will return to the Top Hat for a concert on Saturday, June 15, 2019. They’ll be supported by fellow Montana rockers Uncommon Evolution and Ceres.
Walking Corpse Syndrome recently drew a large crowd of fans during their first headlining performance at the Top Hat in early February. Based out of Whitefish, MT, Uncommon Evolution took the Wilma stage for the first time in early March when they opened for Clutch. This will be Missoula metal band Ceres’ first time playing the Top Hat.
Formed in 2006, Walking Corpse Syndrome has become arguably the most widely known metal band in Montana. Their high intensity live performances feature double drummers, heavy hooks, and a rapid-fire attack of death growls.
“Their music floods my heart with modern death metal love,” Emperor Rhombus from Metalsucks.net said about Walking Corpse Syndrome’s 2015 release, Human Delusion. One track, Static Illusion, was featured as a backing track to the popular “Selena Gomez Fans React To Metal” from Metalsucks.net. Their album “Human Delusion” made the best of 2015 metal album list from Metalsucks.net and Metalnexus.net.
They recently released “Ego Infection,” a single from their forthcoming EP, Embrace the Suffering. You can stream it here.
The June 15th concert will be $5 at the door — a steal for a Saturday show that features this much Montana metal in one night. Details here.