Divergent Sounds Series:

Thursday, november 7th, 2024
Doors open at 7:00pm
Show starts at 7:30pm

The Auricle
201 Cleveland Ave NW
Canton, OH 44702


$20 Presale || $25 At Door
Online Sales Conclude 24 hours before the performance begins.

Tickets available August 19th!
Box Office: 330-452-2094



Experience the essence of heavy, low, and witchy with Frayle, the ultimate doom band. Crafting music for the night sky, they are set to captivate you with their hypnotizing performance.

Presented in Partnership with

Artist Spotlight


Frayle makes music for the night sky. The group was formed in 2017 by guitarist Sean
Bilovecky (formerly of now-defunct Man’s Ruin recording artists Disengage) and vocalist Gwyn
Strang, a singer with an alluring voice and an equally compelling flair for imagery. Frayle’s
“lullabies over chaos” approach to songwriting allows the group the freedom to explore what is
possible with heavy music; its gorgeously ominous sound a result of complex layering and tone
stacking while simultaneously overseeing the perfectly delicate balance between heaving,
heavy riffs and haunting vocal melodies. With its full-length debut, ‘1692’, Frayle pushes the
immense intensity and gorgeous ache of its unique sound and style through to
uncompromising new plateaus. While there is much darkness on the record, it’s also
contrasted superbly with beauty, both fragile and fierce, in a way that feels weightless rather
than plummeting, as if release truly is a possibility.

In 2023 Frayle signed a worldwide exclusive deal with Napalm Records. Their new full length album will release in early 2024.

Found in the heart of Canton’s thriving arts district, The Auricle exists to provide a Live Music experience unlike any other. Connecting people through community with music and art in every form. Our space is versatile & intimate.

We are committed to bringing your favorite musical artists, and other live events to a place you can call your own.

Parking Information

Divergent Sounds Series patrons are welcome to park in the Eric Snow YMCA parking lot for concerts, in addition the The Auricle’s parking lot.