Crown the Empire, I See Stars, Palaye Royale, and Out Came the Wolves are BACK!
Advance Tickets: $18
Day of Show Tickets: $22
Crown the Empire
Offering a metalcore take on the sound of predecessors like Linkin Park, Crown the Empire fuse electronic ambience with metal catharsis, creating a moody and dramatic sound that sets the Dallas, Texas band apart from its contemporaries. Originally featuring singers Andy Leo and David Escamilla, guitarists Brandon Hoover and Bennett Vogelman, bassist Hayden Tree, keyboard player Austin Duncan, and drummer Brent Taddle, the seven-piece band puts its massive ranks to good use, crafting a sound that's dense without being so busy that the message is lost in the noise. In January 2017, the band announced the departure of Escamilla, reducing Crown the Empire to a quartet.
I See Stars
I See Stars are a hardcore band who made their debut in 2005 with a hybrid style drawing from both screamo and electronica. Founded in Warren, Michigan, the band features Devin Oliver (clean vocals), Andrew Oliver (unclean vocals, keys, programming, percussion), Brent Allen (guitars), and Jeff Valentine (bass). I See Stars released an EP, Green Light Go (2006), and an assortment of demo recordings prior to signing a recording contract with Sumerian Records in 2008. In collaboration with producers Cameron Mizzell and James Paul Wisner -- whose credits include Paramore, Dashboard Confessional, and New Found Glory -- I See Stars made their full-length album debut in 2009 with 3-D. The album featured a more post-hardcore sound, not yet incorporating the digital dance elements that defined later albums. Their fifth album, Treehouse (Sumerian), was released in the summer of 2016. The genre-blurring LP debuted in the Top 10 of the Hard Rock, Alternative, and Independent charts.
Palaye Royale is a Canadian unsigned fashion-art rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. Palaye Royale was officially formed in late 2011. The band consists of front-man Remington Leith, guitarist & organist Sebastian Danzig, and drummer Emerson Barrett. Reviewed as being, "One of the best indie rock bands you have to hear". In a fan voted competition Palaye Royale was the first unsigned band to win MTV’s “Musical March Madness" 2014. MTV March Musical Maddness - Palaye Royale Champions. Palaye Royale is featured alongside their single, “Get Higher” in the 2014 worldwide commercial for the Samsung Galaxy Note. Palaye Royale are set apart by their artistry & integrity. They are “indie” in every sense of the word; completely “hands-on” from their words & musical arrangements as well as directing & producing their own music videos, to handling their own social media. The band’s look, feel and authentic style makes them stand out while they remain true and pure to their music. Palaye Royale’s musical output is primarily based around the rock genre, with some classical influences.
Out Came the Wolves
Out Came the Wolves is a metalcore band from Minneapolis, MN, United States formed in 2013. They released their debut album Strange Fate on Roadrunner Records in October 2016. Their line-up currently consists of vocalist Cameron Burns, guitarists Austin Brady & George Shrouder, bassist Ervin Buljabasic and drummer Andy Hart.