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Nothing More, Bad Wolves & Eyes Set to Kill

$25 - $125

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Date:
September 2
Time:
6:30 pm - 11:59 pm
Cost:
$25 - $125
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Website:
http://bit.ly/NothingMoreMMH
Nothing More, Bad Wolves and Eyes Set To Kill | Sept. 2 at Manchester Music Hall


VIP on sale Wednesday, May 2 at 10am EST
GA on sale Friday, May 4 at 10am EST

VIP Meet & Greet package includes:
– One general admission ticket
– VIP early entry into the venue
– Exclusive meet & greet with Nothing More
– Personal photograph with Nothing More
– Q&A session with the band
– Collectible tour poster autographed by the band
– Exclusive Nothing More VIP merchandise item
– Official meet & greet laminate
– Limited availability
Ultimate VIP package includes:
– One general admission ticket
– VIP early entry into the venue
– Pre-show hang out on Nothing More’s tour bus with the band
– Exclusive meet & greet with Nothing More
– Personal photograph with Nothing More
– Q&A session with the band
– Collectible tour poster autographed by the band
– Exclusive Nothing More VIP merchandise item
– Official meet & greet laminate
– Very limited availability

Doors open at 6:30pm | 18+ concert


Nothing More

Employing a powerful blend of twisty progressive rock, explosive heavy metal, and soaring, radio-ready alt-rock, hard-hitting, forward-thinking San Antonio-based quartet Nothing More invokes names like System of a Down, 30 Seconds to Mars, Incubus, Mars Volta, and Killswitch Engage. Formed around the talents of longtime friends Jonny Hawkins, Daniel Oliver, Mark Vollelunga, and Paul O’Brien, the band spent years honing their sound and skills, and sharpening their worldview on the road, adopting a strict D.I.Y. ethic and issuing their music independently.

In 2013 they inked a deal with the Eleven Seven Music Group, the home of acts like Drowning Pool, Sixx:A.M., Papa Roach, and Hellyeah, and released their eponymous debut for the label, along with the fiery first single “This Is the Time (Ballast),” the following year. It proved to be a breakout release for the veteran band, charting well and introducing them to a much wider audience. Led by the single “Go to War,” Nothing More returned with their follow-up, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, in September 2017.

[Credit: AllMusic.com]

Bad Wolves

Bad Wolves aren’t just a band, they’re a sonic wrecking ball that’s destroying everything in their path. The act—which is composed of drummer John Boecklin (ex-Devildriver), vocalist Tommy Vext (Divine Heresy, Snot) as well as guitarists Doc Coyle (ex-God Forbid), Chris Cain (Bury Your Dead) and bassist Kyle Konkiel (ex-In This Moment), may seem like they just exploded onto the scene, but the idea has been percolating in Boecklin and Vext’s heads since 2015.

“When I heard the initial batch of songs I was really impressed because what John was doing was very creatively experimental and it gave me an opportunity to also do more vocally experimental things,” Vext explains.The result is of this joint effort is Disobey, an album that music fans have been clamoring for and that has already birthed a viral single via their impassioned (and seemingly ubiquitous) cover of the Cranberries’ 1993 protest song, “Zombie,” which has racked up over 33 million views over Facebook and YouTube, hit #1 on Spotify’s viral chart in over 40 countries countries and gone to #1 on the iTunes songs chart.

Eyes Set to Kill

Formed in 2004 by sisters Alexia and Anissa Rodriguez, Arizona’s Eyes Set to Kill set out to create their own take on the screamo genre. To fill out the lineup, vocalist and guitarist Alexia Rodriguez and bassist Anissa Rodriguez recruited vocalist and synth player Brandon Anderson, guitarist Greg Kerwin, and drummer Caleb Clifton. The group combines the driving emotion of Thursday and Thrice with technical hardcore reminiscent of Walls of Jericho and Poison the Well. The result is a fusion of the heavy and the melodic, with Alexia Rodriguez’s vocals soaring high over the thunder of chugging guitars and Anderson’s tortured screaming, creating a sound that expands the boundaries of the genre, moving away from the screamo blueprint. The year 2006 was a busy one, with the group self-releasing the EP When the Silence Is Broken the Night Is Torn as well as playing dates on the Vans Warped Tour.

In 2008 the band released its full-length debut, Reach, on Break Silence, and set out on a nationwide tour in support of Otep. The group’s third studio outing, Broken Frames, arrived in 2010, followed by White Lotus in 2011, and Masks in 2013, the latter of which would be the band’s first outing for Century Media. 2017 saw the departure of co-founder/bassist Anissa Rodríguez, as well as the release of the single “Break,” in anticipation of the arrival of the group’s eponymous sixth studio long-player, which dropped later that spring.

[Credit: AllMusic.com]

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