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August 16th - A killers confession, Brotherhood of the jam


  • Sherlocks 508 State Street Erie, PA, 16501 United States (map)
 A Killer's Confession (AKC) is led by vocalist Waylon Reavis. The critically acclaimed debut album "Unbroken" Available now via EMP Label Group.  2016 Stone Chrome Radio Listener Choice Award Breakout Band Of The Year, 2017 Rock Rage Radio Album of the Year "Unbroken", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Song of the Year "Angel on the Outside", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Video of the Year "Rebirth", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Drummer of the Year "Jon Dale", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Guitarist of the Year "Matthew Trumpy" , 2017 Rock Rage Radio Bass player of the YEAR "JP Cross", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Lead singer "Male" of the Year "Waylon Reavis"

A Killer's Confession (AKC) is led by vocalist Waylon Reavis. The critically acclaimed debut album "Unbroken" Available now via EMP Label Group.

2016 Stone Chrome Radio Listener Choice Award Breakout Band Of The Year, 2017 Rock Rage Radio Album of the Year "Unbroken", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Song of the Year "Angel on the Outside", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Video of the Year "Rebirth", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Drummer of the Year "Jon Dale", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Guitarist of the Year "Matthew Trumpy" , 2017 Rock Rage Radio Bass player of the YEAR "JP Cross", 2017 Rock Rage Radio Lead singer "Male" of the Year "Waylon Reavis"

 Bands Harmonic Desolation and Victim's Aren't We All met at a festival called metal massacre. Victims thought they were opening up the festival and didn't know until arriving that a last minute change had happened and Harmonic Desolation had been slotted before them. That was the fateful day these to bands met.  After watching each others performances both bands were equally impressed with one another. so through out the years to come they loosely kept in touch.   Years pass by and both bands eventually broke up. with the hunger still burning inside Victim's vocalist Erik Thomas had an Idea that he would try to join the forces of both bands into one. After many talks with James Scutella of Harmonic desolation he finally convinced him to try working together.   when they got together the bond was almost instant and music flowed with ease. they then brought drummer joshua shank from one of erik's former projects in to the fold. with two months of work under the musicians belts Joshua Shank left the project to pursue a cover band, leaving the guitarists and vocalist without a rhythm section.  Two weeks later they met up with Austin Gabbard at springside tavern. There after many beers and many laughs Austin then decided to join the project.  This group consists of former members of the band Harmonic Desolation and Victim's... Aren't We All.

Bands Harmonic Desolation and Victim's Aren't We All met at a festival called metal massacre. Victims thought they were opening up the festival and didn't know until arriving that a last minute change had happened and Harmonic Desolation had been slotted before them. That was the fateful day these to bands met.

After watching each others performances both bands were equally impressed with one another. so through out the years to come they loosely kept in touch. 

Years pass by and both bands eventually broke up. with the hunger still burning inside Victim's vocalist Erik Thomas had an Idea that he would try to join the forces of both bands into one. After many talks with James Scutella of Harmonic desolation he finally convinced him to try working together. 

when they got together the bond was almost instant and music flowed with ease. they then brought drummer joshua shank from one of erik's former projects in to the fold. with two months of work under the musicians belts Joshua Shank left the project to pursue a cover band, leaving the guitarists and vocalist without a rhythm section.

Two weeks later they met up with Austin Gabbard at springside tavern. There after many beers and many laughs Austin then decided to join the project.

This group consists of former members of the band Harmonic Desolation and Victim's... Aren't We All.