Groundhog Day at Fusion with Lowkey, Dear Mr Dead, Autumn Fire and ATC

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Club Fusion in Syracuse will be a hot spot for a night of all original local rock and metal acts this Saturday. Located at 3705 Brewerton RD, North Syracuse, 13212, it will host Lowkey, Autumn Fire, Dear Mr. Dead and After The Clearing for Groundhog Day.


Lowkey is a 4-piece original metal band from upstate NY. In all, Lowkey has been playing shows and writing music for 8 years, with the current lineup being steady for 2. Lowkey has embarked on four separate independent national tours of the U.S. (including one in March 2012) and has fans all over the country. Lowkey has released 2 full length albums, “Backstabber” and “Red Moon”. “Backstabber” has sold thousands of copies since 2004, and “Red Moon” is a brand new release with sales figures unavailable as of yet.

Lowkey has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with MANY national acts from all over the country, including Tantric, Mushroomhead, Emmure, Goatwhore, Winds of Plague, Carnifex, Suffocation, See You Next Tuesday, Full Blown Chaos, Flaw, A Plea For Purging, Rose Funeral, This Or The Apocalypse, Dizzy Reed (of Guns ‘n’ Roses), and many many more. Lowkey has also played thousands of shows on the local and regional scene. Lowkey is well-known and well respected in the area for putting on a wild and energetic live show, and promoting a sense of family amongst their friends and fans.


Autumn Fire was formed in fall 2009 when singer Max Scialdone became the final member the four members were looking for. With a soft melodic and arty yet explosive heavy sound, the band has gained more and more popularity.

Autumn Fire’s first Album titled, “Endless” was a great start for the band. With on-the-edge songs such as “Regret” and the smooth yet ferocious “Promise”, the band had people at shows saying, “woah! Where did these guys come from?!” Autumn Fire is sure to keep you wondering what will happen next and singing along!

A year after playing shows with “Endless”, the group entered into a battle of the bands at the Oneonta Theater and the prize was to open up for the legendary, Blue Oyster Cult. Autumn Fire was chosen as the winner and played a sold out show just before BOC.

Shortly after the Blue Oyster Cult show, Autumn Fire released the second studio album titled, “Amends”. Amends being a bit darker and heavier yet still holding the dreamy and melancholy sound that is true to their art. From the catchy lyrics to the more serious sound of “Amends”, this album gives you everything you’re looking for!


Dear Mr. Dead are three of the former members of Skitzopanic with a new, kickass, virtually unheard of, until now singer, Josh Frawley. They play all-original heavy-hitting metal. Not a screamfest, but hardworking guys playing their hearts out.

Doors will open at 8pm, the shows kicks off at 9pm. $5 cover at the door. Come out, show support for the your local scene.

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