Fri Jul 28 | all ages
In Your Memory CD Release
| Eternal Boy
| Better Homes
$12 | Advance
$12 | Day of show
TICKETS ON-SALE FRIDAY MAY 19th @ 10AM
Based out of Washington, DC, this post-hardcore 5 piece act formed in 2012.
With a jazz-netic twist to to the genre leaning on their punk rock influences, the band made its debut in 2013 with “In Your Memory,” their first self-titled EP.
During these past few years, the band had a bit of style changes, quick additions and lineup adjustments which finally firmed up in 2014 with a roster consisting of Omar Veras, Casey Allen, Alex Scott, Johnathan Shephard and Troy Humphrey. They followed up quickly that year, releasing Reflections while they slowly built their credentials. This album was what was needed to expand their gaze and perspective.
They don’t strive in being perfect but if your looking for personality and character with a passionate stage presence you have met your match.
Baltimore’s Fadest began in early 2015 not so much as a formulated equation of a band as much as an excuse for a few buddies to get together, crank some tunes, and drink some beers. So, who would have known that when you bring a few seasoned musician pals together and add a sprinkle of riffs, a touch of angst, a splash of melody, and then douse it all in sweat, volume, and the aforementioned beers - that you are left with a no-bullshit attitude band with no other motive other than to write killer jams and get heads bobbing. They quickly realized they were onto something, the fire was lit, and it was game on. Drawing diverse influences from hardcore, to post-rock, to shoegaze, to death metal, to pop and beyond: these “Baltimorons” seem to sound a bit like late ‘90s to early 2000s grunge meets mid 2000s post-hardcore with molasses coated vocals and a bit of whiskey-fueled aggression. The members come from a variety of backgrounds, have logged thousands of miles on the road, and collectively played hundreds of shows around the country. Like an old pair of Vans, this is comfortable and familiar territory. This is the next frontier, and these guys are up to the challenge. These gentlemen are an up-and-coming group whose sincerity and sweat inducing live performances are worth following.
Eternal Boy is a product of the Drive-Thru Records era; a time when music and friendships went hand-in-hand, and when pop punk was revered. From the basements of the Steel City to venues across the world, Eternal Boy have been permeating their brand of pop punk to the ears of listeners all over the globe. Their DIY mentality and blue collar work ethic has allowed the band to achieve high levels of success for an independent band: countless US, Japan, and China tours, coveted spots on The Warped Tour, shows with New Found Glory, Reel Big Fish, Sum 41, The Starting Line, The Used, and a devoted fan base that are closer to family than fans. Eternal Boy book, promote, sell, fund, and manage their own destiny, and take pride in that process. Their new album, "Eternal Boy," is out now. Your Mom.
Better Homes has returned in 2017 with Cardiosonus, produced in their own guerrilla-style home studio where Lead Vocalist Hayls strings together four vivid episodes summing up a dysfunctional five year relationship. Armed with DIY work ethic, the engineering talents of Guitarist Aaron Sorge, and more gear than early twenty-somethings should ever own, Better Homes plans on continuing to play for anyone that will listen, and releasing music until someone politely asks them to stop.