“roaring thrash metal beast that doesn’t just raise the bar; it crushes it into dust.”
Transcending from the darkness, like wolves into the light, OTEP is an explosion of inspiration and motivation, empowered by their dedication to the arts, being a voice for the voiceless, and fighting injustice. Rising from the labyrinth of Los Angeles, California, OTEP is unleashing a roaring anthem: GENERATION DOOM.
“I disliked the direction that Norwegian black metal took in the late half of the 90’s, I wanted it to take a step away from all the symphonic, pompous sounding. So I just took matters into my own hands.” Ravn of 1349
We’re riding out and ready for year two of Lost Highway in the San Bernardino Mountains,” says John Reese of SGE. “With music from Brantley, Social D, Justin and Eagles Of Death Metal, plus Chevy Metal, Face To Face, BRMC and many more, it’s a great value for California’s premier motorcycle and music event.”
Appearing on the BBC music quiz Never Mind the Buzzcocks on 9 April 2001, Filth jokingly claimed Cradle’s sound as “heavy funk”, and in an October 2006 interview stated, “we’d rather be known as solely ‘Cradle of Filth’, I think, than be hampered by stupid genre barriers.
Playing on the two Main Stages: Epsilona, Tell the Wolves, Drop Dead Red, At Both Ends, Death of Reason, Surviving the Era, Death Party at the Beach, California Riot Act, Urd-Om