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Posted: Friday, November 1, 2019. 4:52 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: The 9th Annual Metal Haven Bash is set for tomorrow, November 2 in Benque Viejo and renowned Belizean metal band Ascenthium is promising something new for its fans.

Metal lovers will be treated to seven bands three from Belize and four from throughout Central America including Mexico (Mexico City, Guatemala, Honduras, and Costa Rica).

Our newsroom spoke with John Hoy, lead vocalist and Guido Gonzalez, drummer, for Ascenthium, who explained that the new sets being performed at the event will be based off their original song “Ghost Highway.”

Hoy explained that Ghost Highway is inspired by a quote from poet Robert Frost which reads “I took the road less traveled by and that has made all the difference.”

“So with us, that really resonates being that we are bohemians and we take a road that not a lot of people take being musicians and doing all that we do, so the set list is gonna be all about that.” Hoy said.

Gonzalez noted that the band will also be bringing a surprise guest, only identified as a renowned Belizean pianist to perform alongside the band for their sets.

All bands at the concert will also have merchandise on sale, including mugs, cups, bands, t-shirts, and necklaces.

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