Established in 2013, Even In Death hails from San Antonio, Texas and storms the front line with bone crushing riffs and powerful grooves, tackling subject matter which takes the listener through an aural journey of fury and aggression.
Even In Death’s well established musicians have a range of musical influences including progressive metal, groove metal, and a hint of metal core, resulting in a satisfying dose of face melting metal.
Having conquered the local scene and establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with, Even In Death has shared the stage with international touring acts such as Sevendust, Power Man 5000, Blue Oyster Cult, Soulfly, Murder FM, Wednesday 13, HED p.e., Mushroomhead, Holy Grail, Metal Church, Riot V, Death Division, Scare Don't Fear, Unsaid Fate, Super Bob, Crobot, Gabriel and the Apocalypse, Heaven Below, as well as doing shows with a large number of national original and tribute bands throughout Texas.
Even In Death won the grand prize of "People's Choice Award" at the Battle of the Bands at CarFest 2017, which was judged by a panel of industry leaders, record labels, as well as the audience, resulting in winning $2,500 in cash and prizes. In addition, Even In Death was one of two winners in the Battle for Wacken 2019 in the San Antonio region.
Even In Death recently released the video for their 1st single, "Fire All Your Guns". Produced by Video 77, it has been very well received and has generated a huge buzz in the metal community. In addition, Even In Death is about to release our full length album "When Hell Freezes Over" this week which will include a track featuring G Tee Shotta of Wu-Tang Clan.
With a large and ever-growing fan base and a high energy stage show, the future of Even In Death is incredibly bright and they are destined for success.
Sean Nations-Vocals Anthony Carrillo-Lead Guitar Anthony Aleman -Bass Mark Reyes-Drums
Grand Prize Winner of "People's Choice Awards" at Battle of the Garage Bands at CarFest 2017
Wacken Battle 2019 One of two winners for San Antonio, Texas battle