Live Footage of Extinction A.D., Bardus and Resilience from the Converse Rubber Tracks x MetalSucks 2014 Live Showcase
This past summer we hand-picked five unsigned bands to record for a day each with producer Will Putney at Converse Rubber Tracks, Converse’s state-of-the-art studio in Brooklyn that’s available year-round for ANY band to record at for one day, completely free of charge. Those five bands — Blackest, Bardus, Extinction A.D., Fulgora and Resilience — all completely knocked it out of the park, and you can listen to the finished songs they recorded right here (the Fulgora track is coming soon, we promise).
To celebrate the completion of the recording sessions, we put together a live showcase at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus Bar. While Fulgora and Blackest couldn’t make it due to scheduling conflicts, Extinction A.D., Bardus and Resilience more than made up for their absence with energetic, captivating sets that brought the mosh. Speaking of mosh: Municipal Waste capped off the evening with a set full of it! Watch footage of their performance here, and clips from Extinction A.D., Bardus and Resilience, filmed by Metal Injection, below. Also: Municipal Waste frontman Tony Foresta interviewed the bands before their sets, which you can watch here.