OUR LAST NIGHT

BLESS THE FALL + THE COLOR MORALE

20 Out 2017
Abertura de Portas: 19h30
Início: 20h00
Entrada: 15,00€

É com enorme prazer que anunciamos o regresso de Our Last Night ao nosso país e a estreia absoluta de Blessthefall e The Color Morale em Portugal!

20 Outubro – RCA CLUB, Lisboa
21 Outubro – Hard Club, Porto

Ambas as datas contarão ainda com os ingleses Your Life & Mine como banda de abertura!

Vamos disponibilizar 100 entradas por data a preço especial de 15eur. Passando depois a 18eur na venda antecipada e 20eur na porta.

Os bilhetes a preço especial poderão ser adquiridos exclusivamente através do site da UNKIND.ptt através dos seguintes links:
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OUR LAST NIGHT

Membros da banda
Trevor – Vocals
Matt – Guitar, Vocals
Woody – Bass
Tim – Drums
Naturalidade
New Hampshire
Companhia discográfica
Independent
Sobre
Follow us on instagram! @OLNBAND @trevor_michael @Mattyry @Woodywoodrow @timothymolloy
Biography
Selective Hearing is out now!
Localização atual
Orange County California
General Manager
Ourlastnightmgmt@gmail.com
Press contact
ourlastnightmgmt@gmail.com
Booking agent
North America Ryan Soroka: Ryan.Soroka@unitedtalent.com International Nanouk de Meijere: nanouk@avocado-booking.com

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BLESS THE FALL

Release Date
September 18, 2015
Género
Screamo/Rock
Membros da banda
Beau Bokan – Lead Vocals
Eric Lambert – Guitar, Vocals
Jared Warth – Bass, Vocals
Matt Traynor – Drums
Elliott Gruenberg- Guitar
Naturalidade
Phoenix, Arizona
Companhia discográfica
Fearless Records
Sobre
Tour Dates: http://blessthefallmusic.com

New album ‘To those Left Behind’ Available Now

Biography
A leading force in the metalcore genre, Arizona quintet blessthefall have spent years taking their message globally; each body of work more impressive than the last. Their last album Awakening(2011) achieved their best sales to date hitting #32 on the Billboard Top 200. Noted as Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated album of 2013, the band commissioned producer Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada, Of Mice & Men) to record new album Hollow Bodies. Never before recruiting outsiders, the band enlisted the help of friends to feature 3 guest vocal spots on Hollow Bodies, including Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red, Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns, and electro-rock sensation Lights. The band is currently on the entire Vans Warped Tour for their main stage slot, adding to an already impressive tour resume that includes runs with As I Lay Dying, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, and August Burns Red. Throughout the album’s 11 charging tracks, Hollow Bodies is blessthefall’s reinvigorating approach to an already impressive catalog and career.
Localização atual
Scottsdale, Arizona
General Manager
Biggie – Good Fight Entertainment
Press contact
Heather Griffith
Booking agent
Nick Storch
International: Tom.Taaffe@unitedtalent.com

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THE COLOR MORALE

Género
Rock / Post Hardcore
Membros da banda
Garret Rapp – Vocals – @garretrapp

Devin King – Guitar – @devinhasabeard Ver Mais

Naturalidade
Rockford, IL
Companhia discográfica
Fearless Records
Sobre
New album ‘Desolate Divine’ out now.

DIGITAL: smarturl.it/desolatedivine
BUNDLES: smarturl.it/divinebundles

Biography
Life brings two kinds of pain: the kind that hurts and the kind that transforms.

THE COLOR MORALE stands with their fans. Hurting together. Healing together. Strengthening each other through the common bonds of brokenness, suffering and a hope for redemption. The group’s ever-building following stands with them, too: they made the Alternative Press cover stars’ third album #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and flood their social media channels with heartfelt messages of encouragement.

The Color Morale is conscious of the power of heavy riffs, big melodies and impassioned truths to relieve and communicate. The idea behind Hold On Pain Ends, is as refreshingly simple as the old adage, “If you’re going through Hell… Keep going.”

On their fourth album and first for Fearless Records, the Alternative Press cover stars and Breakthrough Band nominees explore new depths of power, emotion and feeling.

This generation is under assault. Broken homes, neglectful parents, dystopian urban landscapes, draconian education centers – it’s no wonder so many are in the throes of addiction, or succumbing to self-harm, or starving themselves, or inducing vomiting just to feel “good enough” or “good looking,” or in some cases, just to feel at all. But anguish doesn’t have to be permanent. That’s why the album is called Hold On Pain Ends.

Lead singer and cofounder Garret Rapp doesn’t mince words when talking about purpose. “If you’re in a band and your band gets big at all, you really can use that to do a lot of good. Bands come and go, so make the best of your time. When I’m at the show, my time should be spent out there on the ground, in the dirt, with everyone else there.”

It’s from that pressing of the flesh and conversation with the fans that Rapp and the rest of The Color Morale – guitarists Devin King and Aaron Saunders, bassist Mike Honsonand cofounder/drummer Steve Carey – drew inspiration for Hold On Pain Ends. Producer Mike Green (Paramore, Pierce The Veil, All Time Low) enabled the band to hone in on their most vibrant, focused and overwhelmingly powerful collection of songs.

The early rumble of We All Have Demons (2009) and My Devil in Your Eyes (2011) can still be heard, with plenty of slices of the creative bombast of the band’s breakthrough album, Know Hope (2013), throughout. Longtime The Color Morale true believers will be thrilled with Hold On Pain Ends. Fans of rabblerousing radio saboteurs Rise Against, post-hardcore artisans Glassjaw and post-punkers Face To Face should take heed, too.

Armed with the life experience and the talent to convey a realistic but ultimately positive message in a way that resonates with those under the thumb of life’s more awful alternatives to a healthy existence, The Color Morale confess their personal problems as a means of showing empathy with what their audience is going through.

“Prey for Me” sets the tone for The Color Morale’s fully realized musical identity. “Damnaged” offers an impassioned exploration of Rapp’s rocky childhood. “Outer Demons” has an old-school punk meets metalcore feel. “Suicide doesn’t end the pain, it passes it to the ones you loved and remains,” Rapp bellows in “Suicide;Stigma,” which offers some semblance of solutions. Dave Stephens from We Came As Romans guests. Speaking of guests, Craig Owens from Chiodos lends a hand on “Developing Negative,” which tackles another difficult subject from a very personal place. “I’ve struggled with addiction,” Rapp confesses. “Even my best friends don’t know about it.”

The Color Morale’s insistence on communication, participation and inspiration puts them in front of the pack, as the band crisscrosses the globe connecting with crowds while on tour with contemporaries like Of Mice & Men, We Came As Romans, Escape The Fate, August Burns Red and The Devil Wears Prada. Each performance is a chance to further erode the false divide between band and audience. The Color Morale breaks down that wall, brick by brick, with every performance and every fan interaction.

“At the end of the day, I just want to find the place where I can do the most good in my life,” Rapp concludes. “I think the place I’ll do the most good right now is helping kids deal with messed up their surroundings are and how hard life can be at times.”

General Manager
AJM Management –
adam@ajmmgmt.co
Press contact
Heather Griffith
Booking agent
North America – UTA – Jeremy Holgerson and Bryan Vastano| Europe/UK – K2 Agency – Leo Benton – leobenton@k2ours.com

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