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Shrouded In Neglect


Shrouded In NeglectNate Kepner of Shrouded in Neglect made is first trip to the Pennsylvania Rock Show tonight, and yes ladies and gentleman, that means this is a metal show!

  • We talked about where the band name came from (this was a new one for me) and how the band formed.
  • We talked about a few other metal bands from the scene both early on and later in the show.
  • We moved on to Nate’s influences which include but are not limited to Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake. (Okay maybe he mentions some metal bands and 90’s alternative bands, too).
  • We then talked a little bit about the local band skell and Rock for Life this past weekend.
  • Nate then tells us about his favorite local bands and we talked about our mutal friend at First Angel Media.
  • He tells us about their song Here Goes the Lights off of their sophmore release Kill All Humans, which we played during the break along with Everything’s Fine by skell.

Segment 2:

  • At the beginning of the second segment, Nate talks about searching the Pittsburgh bands to get some great new music.
  • We fan girled it a little and talked about the Penguins and Steelers.
  • Once we got back on track, we talked about Nate’s favorite venues to play at and some of the big name bands (and influencers, is that a word?) that he has played with at the Altar Bar. We also talked about embarrassing situations that have happened to him on Altar Bar’s stage.
  • Which Shrouded In Neglect song would Nate want to represent his band if only one of their songs could survive the apocalypse? Here’s a hint, it comes off of their EP, The Haunting.
  • We find out a little bit about 10 year old Nate and the violin… and a bit more about why he became a musician.
  • What band would he want to open for and at what venue?
  • What does he love about the PGH scene and what does he hate?
  • What would we hear if we listened to Shrouded In Neglect backwards?

 

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Bill is a teacher by day and webmaster by night. Bill started working with bands and their online presence in 1995. He founded AK Music Scene in February of 2004 and the Pennsylvania Rock Show followed shortly after in September of 2004.