They’ll highlight 27 of Presley’s hits with all the showmanship and thrills the Pelvis himself delivered.
Headliners Abiotic, hailing from Miami, combine death metal and progressive technical skills for a frenzied, riff-heavy show.
Philly grindcore giants hit Savannah on Sunday
FEATURING Paul J. Herzog (ex-Total Fucking Distortion) on bass and vocals, drummer Josh Cohen of hardcore band Cop Problem, and Jeffrey V. Daniels on guitar, Philadelphia’s Die Choking brought plenty of experience to the table when they formed. That heavy pedigree allowed the band to create a sound that touches on metal, grindcore, powerviolence, and thrash, with crust tendencies and punk nods.
The South’s best little big band celebrates success and community with CD/DVD release bash
The 17-piece orchestra is joined by a small string section to create an electrifying jazz experience for the audience
The two knew each other from beat battles and hip hop open mics, but didn’t collaborate until a keen-eyed promoter took it upon himself to book them as a duo.
Angelo Badalamenti’s influential score is as eerie and strangely beautiful as it was the day it premiered
Big sounds erupt in a contained space, and the guitar hooks and choruses are sure to get stuck in your head for days
Railapalooza offers music, charity, competition, and prizes
It’s not just about the music: Railapalooza will support the community through fundraising.
Akilavue is inspired by the classics like Led Zeppelin, the modern theatrics of Muse, and the dark pop of The Cure
A scene fixture since the early ‘80s, Alan has played in The New Quicksilver, IIIrd Tyme Out, BlueRidge, and more.
A stacked double-bill of cross-genre rock.
Garage rock godfather plays the Jinx
HE COMPLETELY altered the face of rock 'n’ roll throughout the 1980s and '90s with fiery guitar and visceral rockabilly riffs. But these days, Dex Romweber admits he’s gotten soft.
A Drug Called Tradition often collaborates with visual artists to create engrossing multi-sensory experiences.