Texas Band on the Rise
Punk/Metal band, Evil Come, Evil Go,are noted as one of the most talented and diverse bands in San Antonio, TX.
Inspired by the sounds of Iron Maiden, Metallica, Bad Religion, and The Misfits, this four piece band consists of members who are more than capable of carrying the torch of punk and heavy metal.
They’ve even opened up for big bands such as The Misfits,Tesla,Mad Sin, and The Iron Maidens (check out a commercial created by REE Productions here). Evil Come, Evil Go is coming off of a Texas tour and rapidly gaining recognition for their rockin’ live shows and unapologetic hybrid of punk and heavy metal. This sound brings together crowds of young and seasoned rockers providing a wide spectrum of fans including Corey Harrison, from the TV series ”Pawn Stars”, Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds, and Dez Cadena of The Misfits/Black Flag.
The group has impacted the Music Capital of the World…Austin, TX, performing steady gigs at famed clubs such as Headhunters, Beale Street Tavern, Red Eyed Fly and Dirty Dog Bar.
ECEG recently signed to Anthem Records where they’ve released their latest self titled CD featuring the songs “Fire and Rage” and “Arkham Madman” two hard hitting in your face tracks reminiscent of early Metallica, with an Iron Maiden feel.
“Their song titles “Fire and Rage” and “Madman” really show their diverse metal and punk way of
–NBC affiliate WOAI “The GARAGE” 2012
Check out this exclusive interview done with Warped Magazine, an international magazine that circulates in over twenty countries!
“We live it everyday. We’re fighting our way to the top one show at a time. We’re promoting when no one else will. We’re putting on productions. We make commercials for our shows. We run a grass roots campaign. This is our lively hood, We’re in the music industry. We don’t just take shows on Friday’s and Saturday’s. we pride ourselves in our professionalism. We run commercials, radio ads,flyers, posters you name it. This is the truth, we live this everyday. We’re in the battleground.”- Evil Come, Evil Go in an interview with San Antonio publication (not released) 2012
Please visit EVIL COME, EVIL GO at www.reverbnation.com/evilcomeevilgo for more information. See full bios, concert schedules, downloadable photos and mp3s.
EVIL COME, EVIL GO is available for interviews, please contact Booking Manager of R.E.E Productions, Alberto A. Barragan, 1329 Burnet St., San Antonio, TX 78202; 210-214-0448,