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The Sword

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About The Sword
Genres:
Heavy Metal, Stoner Metal, Hard Rock, Doom Metal
Band Members:
John D. Cronise, Kyle Shutt, Bryan Richie, Santiago "Jimmy" Vela III
Hometown:
Austin, TX

With a name as absurdly iconic as The Sword, it’s easy to see why this band might be held up to some subjective and unrealistic ideals. Icons are fixed representations af...
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Fan Live Reviews
C
Little Rock, AR@
The Rev Room
September 30th 2018
All of the bands sounded great and I enjoyed the show, but The Sword’s set went on for too long in my opinion. I think you should leave a show wanting more from a band but this set left me with a feeling opposite of that. Great show overall though! :)
August 17th 2018
The venue was small, prices were decent, the sound was a bit off - blew a speaker & layout of venue. The Sword played well and gave a vibe that everyone was included.
June 28th 2018
the show was excellent. The Sword was really tight and worth the money, and then some. The Atomic Bitchwax was super talented as well, especially the bass player. that guy is killer.
June 22nd 2018
I've seen these guys every time they have been in Chicago or Milwaukee. This was one of the best shows I've seen!
Justin
Seattle, WA@
Neumos
July 1st 2017
Great show. Both bands had solid sets and played tight. The sound was good as well. Only thing I would complain about is that the vocals and second guitar during the Sword's set was too quiet. Synths too for that matter.
Brock
St Louis, MO@
The Ready Room
May 11th 2017
The sword slayed it. Played a nice mix of new and old. Merchandise top notch. The ready room awesome venue but needs a sound system upgrade. Monitors were a little punchy
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About The Sword
Genres:
Heavy Metal, Stoner Metal, Hard Rock, Doom Metal
Band Members:
John D. Cronise, Kyle Shutt, Bryan Richie, Santiago "Jimmy" Vela III
Hometown:
Austin, TX

With a name as absurdly iconic as The Sword, it’s easy to see why this band might be held up to some subjective and unrealistic ideals. Icons are fixed representations af...
Read More