Demon Eye has been playing like crazy lately, leading up to the release of their debut album, which will be out early next year on Soulseller Records. I was pretty stoked to find out that one of my images (the Instagram from a show with Sinister Haze at the Maywood) will actually be on the inside cover.
Like that Maywood show, Demon Eye teamed up with Sinister Haze on Wednesday for a show at Slim's. Actually they played at least three shows together during Sinister Haze's swing through North Carolina on their tour. I was very interested to see Sinister Haze again now that they are a trio. I liked the vocal interplay they had between the guitarist and singer. I've also been listening to their just-released demo, which will be on my top 20 releases of the year (I'll have that list out next week). With the singer no longer in the band, the bass player took over many of the vocal duties, and honestly they were even better than before. They still have a few more dates on their tour, including tonight in Asheville, so check them out live if you can.