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PROMOWEST – JUST ANNOUNCED & ON SALE!

JUST ANNOUNCED & ON SALE!  

PromoWest Productions and Miller Lite Presents
CD102.5 Day Featuring Foals w/ The Blue Stones
WHEN: April 23, 2019
WHERE: EXPRESS LIVE! – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 6:00pm
COST: $10.25 Early Bird/$29.50 Advance/$32.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
Formed in Oxford, England, by longtime friends Yannis Philippakis (guitar) and Jack Bevan (drums), along with Andrew Mears on vocals, guitarist Jimmy Smith, and bassist Walter Gervers, Foals — whose name is a play on the etymology of Philippakis’ name — began as a way to protest against the proggier sounds that were both popular in Oxford and in Philippakis and Bevan’s former band, the Edmund Fitzgerald. After releasing the single “Try This on Your Piano” in 2006, Mears left Foals in order to more fully concentrate on his other group, Youthmovies (formerly Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies), and Philippakis — who had lived until he was seven in a tiny Grecian village — added the role of lead vocals to his guitar-playing duties. Edwin Congreave, a fellow Oxford student the frontman had met when they were both working at the same bar, and who introduced the group to techno, soon joined in on keyboards, despite the fact he had never played the instrument before — nor ever been in a band — and the full lineup of Foals was completed.

The quintet worked on perfecting its poppy, jittery, upbeat, math rock/post-punk sound by playing house parties around the area, and soon the group was signed to Transgressive Records, which released the singles “Hummer” and “Mathletics” in April and August of 2007, respectively. Foals picked up quite a buzz in the U.K., and in June 2007 they went to New York to record their debut album under the guidance of producer and TV on the Radio guitarist Dave Sitek. The sessions went well, but the bandmembers ended up not being happy with the final mix, choosing instead to remix it themselves, and issuing the full-length, Antidotes — which, incidentally, included neither “Hummer” nor “Mathletics” — in March of 2008, while Sub Pop picked up the album in the U.S. and gave it an April release, adding the two neglected singles as bonus tracks.

Two years later the band returned with its sophomore album, Total Life Forever, released by Transgressive Records. After having songs appear on shows like Entourage and Misfits, the band returned in early 2013 with its third album, the expansive and more balanced Holy Fire, Foals’ first record to chart outside of Western Europe, cracking the Billboard 200 in the U.S. and topping the album chart in Australia. A concert DVD/Blu-ray, Live at the Royal Albert Hall, followed that fall, and picking up where Holy Fire left off, What Went Down arrived in the summer of 2015. Their newest album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, drops March 8th! Come out and see Foals at EXPRESS LIVE! on April 23rd!

Official Website: http://foals.co.uk

PromoWest Productions and Miller Lite Presents
Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World w/ Ra Ra Riot

WHEN: July 16, 2019
WHERE: EXPRESS LIVE! Outdoor – COLUMBUS, OHIO
GATES: 6:00pm
COST: $49.50 Advance/$55.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
Since 1997, San Francisco’s Third Eye Blind have recorded four best-selling albums and assembled one career retrospective.  3EB recently released “the 20th Anniversary edition of their 7 million selling self-titled debut. “Led by Stephan Jenkins, 3EB won wide success during a tumultuous group of years when the major-label recording industry was finally losing its grip on an enterprise that for decades it had dominated with steely efficiency.  Nothing could have made 3EB happier!  3EB, however, have experienced no comparable loss.  Instead, they have gained artistic clarification — and, surprisingly, a fan base who is larger, younger and more dedicated than ever. Participation in the older, untouchable realm of nervous star-making could color a band’s identity.  In the case of 3EB, it often blurred the perception of their brilliant musical creations. In recent years, those creations have recast the band among a current generation of fans. 3EB now write, tour, record, and communicate in a fluid new world where their music continues naturally to evolve.  Their exchange with their audience is unfiltered and being from the hub of tech, they are using it to develop a closer exchange with their audience. After a stunning festival run in 2016 with appearances at Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Bumbershoot, Bonnaroo and many others, they completed a fantastic 20th Anniversary celebration in Summer 2017.

“The most scintillating, inspiring collective moments of my life have been outdoors in the summer exploding with music,” says Third Eye Blind frontman, Stephan Jenkins.  “Those sensations travel from when I was a little kid and rock music was brand new to our last Summer Gods tour, when everything is magically new again. I seek to create that exact blissed-out state of aliveness on tour this summer.“

Before Jimmy Eat World entered the studio to record their ninth full-length album, Integrity Blues[RCA], the members of the multiplatinum Mesa, AZ rock band did something they’ve never done in over two decades.

“We took a little break,” smiles lead singer and guitarist Jim Adkins.

After a successful 10th anniversary tour revisiting Futures, the musicians briefly went their separate ways at the end of 2014. Adkins released a series of 7” & embarked on his first worldwide solo tour, Lind released an EP and toured with his wife in The Wretched Desert, Linton took up boxing, and Burch opened up CaskWerks Distillery in Arizona.
When the band reconvened in November 2015, they teamed up with producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen [Paramore, M83] and began sifting through ideas.

“I came to a realization,” admits Adkins. “In the break, writing was a little trickier. I wanted to change things up. So, instead of writing about a problem, I wanted to write about a solution. If you look at your life for what’s going wrong, it won’t be too hard to find things. If you start looking at what you have rather than what you’re missing out on, you come away from things with a much different perspective that’s a lot more grateful and positive. As an album, Integrity Blues is about trying to overcome that personal struggle instead of getting upset with what life could be that it isn’t.”

They recorded in Los Angeles with Meldal-Johnsen, offering a different setting from their usual Arizona digs.

“We became willing to throw away our default responses to everything and search for the best answers rather than relying on what was familiar or comfortable. When you’re younger and you make music, you do it for discovery. Being in this for a long time, it’s about throwing out all of your expectations and comforts and seeing what you can do without them.”
With warm production and a powerful upbeat groove, Integrity Blues first single “Sure and Certain” pairs a buzzing guitar hum with an unshakable chant.

“It’s about the idea of having blinders on for what you want to do and achieve,” the frontman explains. “Since you’re so laser focused on what you think you want, you’re missing out on everything around you. It can be a very limiting way to go about life.”

Surveying the journey thus far, Adkins maintains the same passion he did on day one, and it continues to fuel Jimmy Eat World. “I’ve wanted to play music since second grade, and here I am playing music. It’s something we’re immensely grateful for. That’s why we don’t take it lightly. We want to be in a constant state of progress. You have to move forward in a way that’s challenging and evolving.”

“At the end of the day, you have to be proud of your own work,” he leaves off. “We are. If you breathe that in and believe it, you’ve won.”

Don’t miss Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World at EXPRESS LIVE! on July 16th!

Official Website: http://www.thirdeyeblind.com/ + http://www.jimmyeatworld.com/

PromoWest Productions and Coors Light Presents
Failure and Swervedriver
WHEN: April 2, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $27.00 Advance/$30.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
One of the more influential alternative rock bands of the 1990s, Los Angeles’ Failure rose to rock royalty alongside contemporaries like Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Stone Temple Pilots, but employed a sound that was more textural and evocative. The group’s deft songwriting and sparse yet riff-heavy and cinematic musical arrangements were lauded with near-universal critical praise upon the release of their second and third studio albums, Magnified (1994) and Fantastic Planet (1996). The group disbanded in 1997, but re-formed in 2013 and released their long-awaited fourth album Heart Is a Monster in 2015.

Comprised of four EPs that were released throughout the first half of the year, In the Future Your Body Will Be the Furthest Thing from Your Mind, the band’s fifth studio long-player, arrived in November 2018.

“Space travel rock’n’roll” – that’s how Swervedriver initially self-identified their sound. This was back in the 1990s, before the aspirational dreams of the computer age collided with reality. Across the four-album arc of their first era – Raise (1991); Mezcal Head (1993); Ejector Seat Reservation (1995); 99th Dream (1997) – Swervedriver made music that was all about the journey: songs called “For Seeking Heat”, “Planes Over The Skyline”, “Juggernaut Rides”, “93 Million Miles From The Sun And Counting”. Swervedriver simulated the thrill of propulsion, the euphoric arrival, the anticipation of going back again (or not)… of moving on.

And move on they did. During 10 years in absentia, the band’s legend grew. Sages spoke mistily of these four desert rock horsemen of the apocalypse who came from Oxford and were shunned as exiles in their own land. In 2005, a two-disc anthology was compiled with the band’s involvement, and foretold a resurrection. Sure enough, the trip resumed in 2008, with Swervedriver encountering the acclaim they ought to have enjoyed a decade earlier. A fifth album, I Wasn’t Born To Lose You, emerged in 2015, a mere 17 years after its predecessor, and trumpeted some eternal Swervedriver virtues: the intricate, fissile guitar patterns of Adam Franklin and Jimmy Hartridge, baked hard then dispatched in giant monolithic waves by the tactile rhythm section. As the opening song “Autodidact” had it: “Holy fuel forever spilled”. Don’t miss Failure and Swervedriver at Newport Music Hall on April 2nd!

Official Website: http://failureband.com/ + http://www.swervedriver.com/home/

PromoWest Productions and Coors Light Presents
Doobie w/ Krash Minati and DJ Hylyte
WHEN: April 6, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $10.00 Advance/$15.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: NOW!
BIO:
Doobie is a rising rap star who’s bursted on the national scene with his recent hit When The Drugs Don’t Work, amassing over 27 million views. Melding together influences from rock and hip hop, Doobie is an eclectic star in the making.

Just like his music, Doobie has always stuck out. His early rock influences can be attributed to Alice In Chains, Nirvana and Metallica alongside a constant stream of hip hop. With Kurt Cobain was one of his self-professed idols, Doobie’s rap echoes a grunge element reminiscent of the 90s rock scene.

Today’s hip hop scene is the perfect climate for an artist like Doobie to emerge – where rap stars have replaced the rock stars of the past. Along with being an extremely talented rapper and singer, the Ohio native also produces the majority of his own music. Moving against the grain, Doobie avoids piling up the collabs and instead keeps his work extremely personal and reflective of his life struggles, including his battle with drug addiction from a young age. Shy and quiet outside of his music, Doobie chooses to speak through his songs.

Official Website: https://www.itsdoobie.com

PromoWest Productions, Disco Donnie and Coors Light Presents
Getter
WHEN: April 12, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $25.00 Advance/$30.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: NOW!
BIO:
Entrepreneur, creative director, label owner are just a few titles American music producer Tanner Petulla, professionally known as Getter, can claim. With the launch of his own clothing line, Trippy Burger, that sits in multiple Zumiez stores nationwide, the creation of his own label “Shred Collective”, appearances on Last Call with Carson Daly for his own musical productions and constantly touring world-wide, Getter has become a house-hold name.

As he grows as an artist – his musical repertoire has evolved from aggressive baselines early in his career, to melodic blends of beats sailing buoyantly over waves of reverb and bass, mesmerizing hip hop selections as seen on Pouya’s, Dumbfoundead, and SUICIDEBOY$ albums, as well as experimenting in metal – there’s truly no genre safe to his touch. Come and check out Getter at Newport Music Hall on April 12th!

Official Website: https://getterofficial.com/

PromoWest Productions and Coors Light Presents
Jake Miller w/ Logan Henderson and Just Seconds Apart
WHEN: May 3, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $22.50 Advance/$25.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
With a style influenced as much by John Mayer as Macklemore, singer Jake Miller emerged while still a student at the University of Miami. Miller got his start in high school, posting videos online from his Weston, FL home. In 2011, he self-released his debut EP, Summer Session, and performed his first live gig, opening for Snoop Dogg, and from there he released an EP per year. His second EP, Spotlight, arrived in 2012. He signed a deal with E1 Music in 2013 & released the Road Less Traveled EP & his debut LP, Us Against Them. Miller unveiled Dazed and Confused in 2014 with features from Nikki Flores & Travie McCoy. The feel-good party EP Rumors released 2015. In 2016 he released the Overnight EP, which he took on tour opening for Fifth Harmony. In 2017, the singer self-released his sophomore LP, 2:00am in LA, after parting ways with Warner Bros. Less than a year later, Miller issued his third full-length, Silver Lining. His 2018 release with RED MUSIC “Wait For You” is a bonafide smash. Produced exclusively by Miller, the track’s growing success is a testament to his fearless approach to songwriting & his ability to push his own boundaries in the studio. Matched with his signature brand of pop, Jake uses heavier electronic influences on “Wait For You,” while the lyrics tackle the complexity of relationships. “Wait For You is a song written about a situation someone I know was going through,” Jake explained. “It’s all about the right person, wrong time.” Don’t miss Jake Miller at Newport Music Hall on May 3rd!

Official Website: https://www.jakemiller.com/

PromoWest Productions and Coors Light Presents
New Found Glory w/ Real Friends and Doll Skin
WHEN: June 15, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 6:30pm
COST: $26.00 Advance/$30.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
New Found Glory fans are celebrating today after the band has announced The From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town Tour!! They will be joined by Real Friends and Doll Skin for a stacked lineup that will be taking off across the United States beginning on May 30th.  Pre-Sale tickets and Super Fan Bundle Packages are available now at newfoundglory.shofetti.com with general tickets on sale Friday, February 1st.

As if this wasn’t enough of a reason to celebrate, New Found Glory also finally announced the release date of From The Screen To Your Stereo 3. Due out May 3, 2019 via Hopeless Records, the album is the third installment of their fan-favorite nostalgic movie cover records. From The Screen To Your Stereo 3 will feature very unique NFG versions of movie themes like “The Power Of Love” from Back to The Future, “Let It Go” from Frozen and “Eye Of the Tiger” from Rocky 3 as well as 4 more theme song hits! Pre-order details have not been announced yet.

Over their span of 20 non-stop years in the music industry, New Found Glory have released 9 studio albums, 1 live album, 2 EPs and 3 cover albums. New Found Glory is Jordan Pundik (lead vocals), Chad Gilbert (guitar), Ian Grushka (bass guitar) and Cyrus Bolooki (drums). Come out and see New Found Glory at Newport Music Hall on June 15th!

Official Website: https://www.newfoundglory.com/

PromoWest Productions and Coors Light Presents
The Faint w/ Ritual Howls and Closeness
WHEN: August 4, 2019
WHERE: Newport Music Hall – COLUMBUS, OHIO
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $25.00 Advance/$27.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
Today, Omaha cyber-punk outfit The Faint has released new single “Alien Angel” via a Consequence of Sound “Origins” feature. The band has also announced their nationwide tour kicking off on May 3rd in Phoenix, AZ in support of the new Egowerk LP set for release March 15 on Saddle Creek. Made up of vocalist Todd Fink, drummer Clark Baechle, keyboardist Graham Ulicny, and guitarist and bassist Michael “Dapose” Dappen, the group that ignited an electro-pop-punk movement is back with an 11-track deep-dive into themes on modern society, the internet, and ego – specifically social media and its dark effects.

Listen/Share “Alien Angel” HERE.

Vocalist, Todd Fink explains, “Egowerk’s focus is on the current social state of the Internet: an amazing world of free knowledge, communication, and opportunity is proving to be a toxic battleground. One where the people most sure of their opinion are quick to take a stand and destroy anyone who doesn’t agree with them.” Despite The Faint’s nihilistic musings on Egowerk, Fink and Baechle remain optimistic that things can improve if society is willing to absorb dueling perspectives. “The more you learn about any issue, any issue at all, the more you understand that it’s more complicated than you think,” Fink says. “I’d like to see people less convinced that they’re right about everything all the time. I guess I think we’ll figure it out as time goes on.”

As their work progressed in the ‘00s, The Faint became famous for their all-consuming live shows, where fans could channel all of their energy into jumping, leaping, and shouting in passionate tandem with the band. The guys, in turn, feed off of that energy. “I always think of the audience—from what I can see beyond my mop of hair and the blinding lights—as this buzzing hive of bees,” says Dapose of the live show experience. “All trying to dance in their socially allowed spaces, vibrating into this wave of heat. The heat is what always gives me this excited energy to play harder. Like when you’re in a sauna. You want to make it hotter and hotter and see how much you can handle.” Don’t miss The Faint at Newport Music Hall on August 4th!

Official Website: http://thefaint.com/

PromoWest Productions and WCBE Presents
Emily King
WHEN: May 3, 2019
WHERE:  A&R Music Bar – Columbus, Ohio
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $22.00 Advance/$25.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO: 
It’s been said: if you want to change your mind state, change your scenery first.

For Emily King, the pop-soul singer from New York City who spent her first three decades living on the same downtown block, that notion was always easier said than done. A proud New Yorker, she loved her home, her family, her friends, and her life there. But a year ago, when she finally resolved to challenge herself by moving out of her comfort zone, positive changes started taking shape immediately. In Upstate New York, the fresh air and fresh mentality gave her the proper space and perspective to create what would become the album of her career. Its name: Scenery.

After over ten years as a professional musician, time that included a major label release of her debut LP and a Grammy nomination for it, a critically acclaimed and self-released follow-up— which carried with it a certified smash in the song “Distance,” with more than 13 million streams —world tours supporting artists like Alabama Shakes, Sara Bareilles, Maroon 5, and John Legend, and several major late night TV stops, King suddenly found herself anxious and slightly depressed. Her previous album, 2015’s The Switch, had been recorded with her longtime producing and writing partner Jeremy Most in their Manhattan apartments, but King was having a hard time envisioning another successful song-making scenario in the city.

“There was nothing exciting me there anymore,” she says. “I’d see tourists wide-eyed and excited about the sights, but I had seen them for 33 years. Every street is a memory for me, so it’s hard to draw a new memory out of them. I felt like I was on a hamster wheel. I needed a place to record, and I knew I had to get out.”

For King, an escape was long overdue, and it was something she realized had been in her music for some time, as she rediscovered the theme in a lyric on The Switch. “There was a line in the song “Already There” that goes, ‘There must be a better way to escape my scenery,’” King says. “It was about freedom, because I was starting to feel trapped in the city and I was trying to move myself in my imagination. Being up here in my new place, it’s the manifestation of all those days spent wanting to run away. We found that line and just thought, ‘Scenery,’ that’s what it’s all about!’ Not every song on this record is directly related to that concept but they were all a result of making the decision to come up here.”

“Up here” is her new home located upstate in Catskills, New York, a cozy spot surrounded by nature with a separate garage she and Most converted into a studio upon her arrival in the fall of 2017. While the newfound seclusion offered much in terms of creating, country life also presented a new set of life skills for King to master, not the least daunting of which was her being forced to learn to drive a car. But in true Emily King fashion, she quickly turned that fearsome situation into yet another win for her writing.

“Learning to drive was big for me; being the person who didn’t drive had always been a huge part of my identity,” she says. “It felt wrong at first but now I love driving down the country roads. There’s a certain kind of music—Tom Petty, Tina Turner—that goes really well with that forward motion, and I wanted to write songs for the car like that. I got really into classic rock and I wanted more rock influence in my music. Tina Turner was this great combination of R & B and rock with a sense of urgency in her voice that I wanted to replicate for this record.”

King, who grew up in a household dominated by music, is more than used to having other voices in the room. The daughter of a singing jazz duo and sister to a multi-talented musician, she learned the trade at home, forgoing formal training and often accompanying her parents on tour. But of all the lessons—for better or for worse—she picked up along the way, she credits her folks for teaching her a sense of tenacity and perseverance above all else. “My parents made a pact when my brother and I were born that they would never have day jobs, they’d figure it out no matter what,” she says. “And even though we had no money we still went to beautiful, fancy places because music brought us there. That idea of keeping going, no matter what, definitely carried over to me.”

On the subject of carrying over, there is another memory from her family’s past that plays a significant role in the theme of Scenery. When King was 10 years old, her family regularly visited a psychic medium in Manhattan who would help them tap into their past by identifying each of their spirit guides. The medium told King her spirit guide’s name was “Pink Rose,” and the color, and flower, have been important to her ever sense. “It was a fun thing to believe in. It was entertainment, and always positive. It was real for me, and I always kept that name in my head. The rose represents the dream this little girl had to get out and into nature.”

And so, gazing confidently at us from in front of a seamless pink backdrop and holding a pink rose, King graces Scenery’s cover, dressed in her best New York power black, padded shoulders slightly askew, eyes leveled. The image represents a stark contrast between the masculine and feminine, yet another dynamic prevalent in King’s songs as well as her persona. “I’ve always felt that contrast,” she says.

Without a doubt, King has carved out such a space for herself. With Scenery, she has challenged herself to create new roots, both in physical form as well as sonically. “For me, Scenery has themes of independence, confidence, and self-reliance throughout,” she says. “It’s about having a sense of freedom and self-worth, and taking a chance and having an adventure.”

Kick back and let the Scenery enhance your own mind state.

Official Website: https://www.emilykingmusic.com/

PromoWest Productions and Miller Lite Presents
Slothrust w/ Summer Cannibals
WHEN: April 23, 2019
WHERE:  The Basement – Columbus, Ohio
DOORS: 7:00pm
COST: $13.00 Advance/$15.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
Slothrust is principal songwriter, singer, guitar player and unrepentant aesthete Leah Wellbaum, with drummer Will Gorin and bassist Kyle Bann. On their fourth full-length album The Pact, Slothrust constructs a luscious, ethereal cosmos perforated with wormy portals and magic wardrobes, demonstrating more clearly than ever the band’s deft shaping of contrasting sonic elements to forge a muscular sound that’s uniquely their own. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer and mixer Billy Bush (Garbage, Neon Trees, The Boxer Rebellion). Cultivating their potent brew of classically informed, soulful rock in the fertile Brooklyn indie scene, Slothrust released their debut LP Feels Your Pain, in 2012, followed by 2014’s Of Course You Do. The band expanded their fervent following via the song “7:30 am,” selected as the theme for the FX Network show “You’re The Worst”. Their 2016 Dangerbird debut album Everyone Else established the band as a breed apart, capable of serving up deceptively clever epics that veer satisfyingly between incandescent riffing and pop hooks, winsome anxiety and powerful heft. Throughout 2016 and 2017, Slothrust lit up audiences on sold-out headline tours, festival dates and support tours with Highly Suspect in the US and Manchester Orchestra in Europe. Come out and see Slothrust at The Basement on April 23rd!

Official Website: http://www.slothrust.com/

PromoWest Productions and Miller Lite Presents
Sylar w/ Varials and GroundCulture
WHEN: May 10, 2019
WHERE:  The Basement – Columbus, Ohio
DOORS: 6:00pm
COST: $15.00 Advance/$18.00 Day of Show
ON-SALE: February 1, 2019
BIO:
Sylar is a celebration of self-expression, against a backdrop of down-tuned bounce, stadium ready choruses, and streetwise hip-hop flavor. The Queens, New York sonic stomp squad are positioned as a new voice for the voiceless, unapologetically championing the underdog, reigniting the rap/rock genre, and doing it all with style.

Seasons, the band’s third full-length, isn’t just an album. It’s a manifesto. In “All Or Nothing,” frontman Jayden Panesso affirms Sylar’s dedicated solidarity with the downtrodden and outcast. “For the ones who can’t speak / for the ones who are too scared to dream,” he declares. It’s a mission statement, a post nü-metal call to arms.

“They take the Linkin Park template and update it for 21st century New York,” wrote tastemaker publication Kerrang!. “Sylar’s slick delivery points to big things ahead.”

Sylar crackles with unrestrained urgency and incessant energy. Guitarists Miguel Cardona (who also provides vocals) and Dustin Jennings, bassist Travis Hufton, drummer Cody Ash, and Panesso are musical disciples of genre-defining bands, adding a fresh spin for a new generation of adherents. They’ve taken the melodic might of Linkin Park, the swagger of Limp Bizkit, the atmosphere of Deftones, the straightforward bounce of P.O.D. and the heaviness of Marilyn Manson, and forged something uniquely their own, blazing a new path of individuality within metalcore. Don’t miss Sylar at The Basement on May 10th!

Official Website: https://www.sylarny.com/

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