The Amity Affliction at The Regent
w/ Being As An Ocean, HUNDREDTH, Trophy Eyes, Deadships
TIX on sale Friday 6/10 @ 9 AM: bit.ly/AmityRegent
Monday, October 17th, 2016
The Regent DTLA
The Amity Affliction:
Formed in 2003 in Queensland, Australia and comprised of Birch, clean vocalist/bassist Ahren Stringer, drummer Ryan Burt and Dan Brown, the band have steadfastly refused to alter their sound to accommodate current fads. The Style referred to as Post Hardcore, however with each successive release they have built upon this, and Let The Ocean Take Me is the biggest, richest, and most sonically varied record the band have delivered.
Being As An Ocean:
Being As An Ocean is an American Post-Hardcore band from Alpine, California. The band was founded by its current members in January 2012, and works with producer Brian Hood in Nashville, Tennessee. They are signed with InVogue Records and distributed by Warner Music Group. Their debut record Dear G-d… charted at #27 on Billboard Heatseekers, supported by tours both in the US and the UK.
Hundredth is one of the most intense and emotionally-driven bands you will see in 2010. Their debut record When Will We Surrender features 13 tracks of desperation, each song melodically driven and packaged with pure honesty. Injustice fuels their righteous anger and that is apparent in the album's opening lyrics. Delivering a message of hope to those suffering, Hundredth aims to spread positivity through a scene that's been darkened by violence and negativity. After experiencing many obstacles in 2009, their heads are held high and they are moving forward steadfast. Raw honesty and authenticity are craftily woven into their debut, which releases on Mediaskare Records on March 30th, 2010.
As graduated alumni from the tasty menagerie of bands that the Chicago metal scene produced, Deadships has inherited the proverbial torch – the deep understanding of metal music that only a devoted community can effectively nurture. Every show is instilled with a courageous amount of life force. Professionalism and dedication may as well be the bands middle and maiden names.
They've devoted a Herculean amount of labor and awed many a crowd. Their travels are commendable; their sacrifices, immeasurable. And, between you and me, with the pace they've set their music is going to be heard from whichever horizon that endless road takes them for a long, long time.