By Chris Rotolo, The Creator
On Friday evening the Jersey Shore’s premier Metalcore collective, Scarlet Carson, dropped a new music video for “Foreverless,” the title track of the group’s third full-length release and follow up to Burn It All (2010) and Not So Innocent (2008), in front of a packed to the booze racks Stone Pony patronage that twitched and slithered about the concrete coated mosh pit to a set of head banging salvos and fist pumping pieces of the scorched and explosive kind spanning the entirety of the collective’s catalogue.
Accompanying Scarlet Carson was the Toms River-based Industrial-Metal collective End Of An Era who tore into the assemblage with several cuts from its 2011 self-titled full-length release, none more riot inducing than the growl-along refrain infused “The Walking Dead.”
End Of An Era has no forthcoming Garden State dates scheduled but will be at Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia on February 24th and at R Bar in New York City on the 29th. Don’t miss out…grab the outfit’s cover of Kesha’s “Blow” below: