Sound of Survival, Metal from Baltimore, Maryland known for their fierce riffs and eclectic use of meter changes.
Steadfast perseverance is the path of progression.
Formed as a response to the members previous ill-fated projects, Baltimore based 'Sound of Survival' channels raw and vigorous energy through fierce riffs and eclectic meter changes to create an authentic listening experience. "The Sound" is described as ever evolving entanglement in every song. Perseverance is the true testament to authenticity and is what comprises the Sound of Survival.
Mackenzie Mastal is an 18 year old Freshman at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. Originally from Northern Virginia, Mackenzie became involved in EDM music through her college course “EDM music and culture” where she began producing tracks for class assignments. Having little musical background, she relies on her ear to create fresh, cohesive tracks. For her, it’s all about music that will encourage listeners to get up, dance, and have fun!
Haoshen Qi (born 21 February 1996) is a music composer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist based in Foshan, China. Haoshen’s style fuses elements of Jazz, Tango, classical music, electric music and traditional Chinese musical elements.
In 2015-2016, Haoshen worked as a sound engineer in Magi Kid Studio in Shanghai where he makes sounds effects and background music for games and softwares.
In 2017-present, Haoshen studied music composition in Fred Fox School of Music in the University of Arizona.
Adam Norman is a William and Mary senior hailing Richmond, VA. As a media studies major, Adam spends much of his time experimenting with sound, exploring how samples drawn from nature and digital culture can be blended into new and fresh ideas. Adam is fascinated by a vast array of musical genres and techniques, but through experimental production hopes to hone in on a distinct sound of his own. Adam's interest in hip hop was deepened through the "Hip Hop in Sub-Saharan Africa" course he took his freshman year at W&M. Adam hopes to eventually use his music to preserve, promote, and protect marginalized cultures and identities.
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103 Oxford Rd, Williamsburg, VA, Williamsburg, VA 23185, us
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