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Of What To Come

by Trauma Concept

Real Brutal Metal that makes your old favorites seem weak. . ALSO AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ON ITUNES.COM
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Nine Years (2004)
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2. Without Warning (2004)
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3. For the Fallen
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4. Burden
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5. Solitude
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6. Impressions in Flesh
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Trauma Concept - BIO

==== Formed in April 2001, Trauma Concept became known for their "enormously heavy" sound, and their high intensity shows. With members from Texas, New York, and Massachusetts, they fused their influences into an original, focused, attack. The result is a double-bass assault, searing vocals, riffs that go from blistering, to brutal breakdowns, and an evil, damaging rumble from the bass. Thus, creating a sound that Boston SoundCheck Magazine describes as "..potent, throbbing, enormously heavy music".

Since their debut release, "The End of Denial"(2002) [recorded by Adam D. of KillSwitch Engage (Roadrunner Records artists)], the band has been a non-stop powerhouse, gaining a nationwide fanbase. With performances at large festivals such as GWAR-B-Que (w/Lamb Of God), Milwaukee MetalFest (w/Exodus, Arch Enemy, Nile), & Locobazooka (w/Black Label Society, Hatebreed, Disturbed), they've proven their ability to "own" crowds of any size. Combine this with constant touring, and that they had only been around for a year when these accomplishments were made, and you'll see that Trauma Concept is unarguably one of the hardest working bands out there. Surely one to keep your eyes and ears on! With the addition of being on MTV, and in Rolling Stone Magazine, the response is overwhelming, and brings worldwide requests for them to pass through new areas. One thing is for sure - They will continue to play more shows in a broader area for an increasingly larger audience. Overall, Trauma Concept will prove to you that metal is here, its been improved, and theres no stopping it.


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HOLY FUCKIN HEAVY METAL!!!! This cd is fuckin great, I love it! Rock on guys!

chris - buried beneath the roots

Daniel Damnation (Tortured Soul Webzine)

...... pushes the envelope
Trauma Concept-...of what to come: To startoff this cd was well recorded with a professional sound.But not the shitty over production sound. This is a very brutal metalcore album, with a no bullshit and don't give a fuck style to it. These guys have a real chance at making it somewhere. My personal favorite song on this album was "Without Warning" this song pushes the envelope and almost steps into the death metal style with a very devistating vocal attack from Jesse James and a just as devistating attack from the rest of the band. For fans of Hatebreed, Killswitch Engage, and Lamb of God.

-Daniel Damnation

Check them out on the web at WWW.TRAUMACONCEPT.COM for more on Trauma Concept.


makes slipknot and all the other " pro's " look like cock sucking fairy bastards.

hardcore negro mosher

its fuckin hardcore than anything
dude this is like a fuckin brutal metal album, considering that i am a hardcore mosher, dis is better than grindcore , u gotta get this album and mosh as hard as u can


Bone Brutal
Take a deep breathe, now spit out the ones that don't know what metal needs to sound like.

Finally an album to speak in volumes to the music industry and this whiny bullshit you hear on the radio.

John Jones is the guitarist the metal world needed!

Look forward to hearing the rest of the album which should be just as brutal as speaking the truth behind Jesse's lyrics.