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The Sign of the Southern Cross


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Asheville, North Carolina. In the very heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains a potent brew has been distilled out the finest Southern ingredients. In the year 2006 THE SIGN OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS emerge from their cask, where they have matured after blending each members’ tastes for the melodic and fiery power of PANTERA and CORROSION OF CONFORMITY with the swamp flavored heaviness of DOWN and EYEHATEGOD. Perfectly combing the aggressive attitude of their metal ancestry with the proud musical heritage of stump stomping songs of their folk fathers, their debut album “Of Mountains and Moonshine” seeps with infectious riffs. Its powerful melodies are crowned by Seth Uldricks’ soulful and deeply resonant vocals, which mark him as an outstanding singer in the best tradition of PANTERA. Not satisfied with obviously being the true heirs of their lost idols, these American youngsters are more than eager to carve their own ground out of original Southern Metal. “Of Mountains and Moonshine” reflects that burning ambition in all of its sparkling facets and easily lives up to the high expectations that THE SIGN OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS have already created with their MySpace appearance, which quickly attracted an impressive following. Now is the time to join The Southern Cross Army on their destined road to become America’s next monstrous Metal act!



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  • marjo47

    Fantastic, like everything else musicwise from the south.

    8 Apr 1:35pm Reply
  • DwaynieAD

    Meet At Sundown has a new 6 songs out. lastfm is giving us trouble uploading but you can check it out on reverbnation if you wish

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Matallica13

    Only just discovered this band, they are fucking amazing!

    16 Nov 2013 Reply
  • kornography00

    You guys fucking rule !!! Seth ..your power is insane

    5 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Grrrrw

    sounds like randy blythe and phil anselmo had a kid +1

    16 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Illuzjons

    Hey, have someone link to discography?

    20 May 2013 Reply
  • FredDie3785

    What the heck is going on with this band?! Dind't heard a word from Seth about the upcoming album, did they parted?

    17 May 2013 Reply
  • iremembernothng

    sounds like randy blythe and phil anselmo had a kid

    4 May 2013 Reply
  • ikd-sj

    -appointed reaper- good ( ゚∀゚)o彡

    13 Apr 2013 Reply
  • DwaynieAD

    My band plays heavy southern metal, Download our ep for free and If you like it add us here on last fm Check us out on facebook or check out our website

    25 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Berceza

    Everybody shittin´ about he sounds like Phil...bloody hell, I only wish I could sing like that,for fucks sake

    30 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Rockdrigo_666

    Eating the Sun is fuckin' Awesome!!!!

    19 Jan 2013 Reply
  • zhdanov1

    At first listening I thought that Phil was on vocals. lol

    12 Jan 2013 Reply
  • globalgsmtm

    Awesome Band!!![3]

    22 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Spunkalish

    Doing a little research on the song itself, nobody seems to mention the Confederate flag. I did find another name for it though, the "stars and bars". So it seems not many people refer to the flag as the "Southern Cross". Dio has also said in several interviews that the song is about the constellation that you can only see from the southern hemisphere.

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Spunkalish

    Nobody with actual intellect calls the Confederate Flag the southern cross, they just call it the Confederate Flag or the flag of the Tennessee Army. Also, pretty sure the constellation was around before the flag. I've seen Black Sabbath with Dio and they played that song and he mentioned how it was inspired by his first trip to Australia. So what's wrong with the name is that it's either named after a misinformed name for an outdated redneck flag or it's named after a constellation that can't be seen from the northern hemisphere.

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Spunkalish

    That and the whole "we're badass because we're from the south" gimmick. Still can't get over the stupid name.

    14 Nov 2012 Reply
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  • Isaias_saiasi

    Sounds like Down? WTF? Damn, this shit sounds too fucking artificial. the only similarity with Down is how the vocalist can sound like Phil, nothing more.

    28 Oct 2012 Reply
  • pigm

    Where's the new stuff, Seth?!

    21 Oct 2012 Reply
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