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Four Skulls, Dreamcult, & When Fair Means Fail will rock the Huntington Ale House on Friday, July 25th 2014. Tickets are $5 and the doors are open at 8pm. Music will start at 9 and there will be drink specials of $5 all you can drink from 9-11pm.
Four Skulls will perform a rare local show on May 2, 2014 at 12:00 AM at Boomers in Ironton, OH. They will be performing their debut album "World of Hurt" in its entirety. CD's and TShirts will be available for purchase.
The Four Skulls live for the first time at their CD Release Party at the Huntington Ale House (ex Dropshop/Gyrations) on Friday March 7th 2014. Also, rockers Dreamcult will also be releasing their new CD at this show. Drink specials from 9-11, $5 all you can drink. Music starts at 11. Third band TBA.
Sounds Like: Alice in Chains, Megadeth, Queensryche, Metallica, Iron Maiden
Bio: Formed in 2012, the Four Skulls are a hard rock band based in eastern Kentucky in the USA playing their own meticulously written original material. Their music has been described by some as “when Alice In Chains meets Rush”. Their love for lush vocal arrangements, heavy rock, and time signature...See Full Bio
Have a listen at the Four Skulls on Venezuelan radio! http://www.fourskulls.net/media#!news/cfg
“We were fortunate to stumble upon Four Skulls and had the pleasure to see perform during their CD release party at the Ale House in Huntington, WV. World of Hurt is a concept album about a soldier. The songs sequentially track the psychological effect of war. This is a serious message and delivered through brutally honest lyrics and music that is inspired by heavy metal and classic rock. The title track expresses the overwhelming horror faced by the individual who finds himself in a kill or be killed position. The next track Not Dead Yet reflects the internal struggle to accept this fight for survival. These are powerful lyrics, expertly performed that haunt the listener with images hard to ignore. In an interview with Miller he says the band hopes the album will raise awareness about negative effects of war on our soldiers. The last track 1,000 Souls does just that by letting us know that even after our soldiers come home, the horror they lived stays with them.”