Free Metal Show in Loveland, CO! SmackFactor, Orcinus, Blue Collar Killers, Ndaaz @ 5th Street Bar 111 E. 5th Street Loveland, Co 80537 doors: 7:30 show start at 8:00 DJ to follow bands LETS PARTY!
Blindfold The Devil Tour Kickoff Party!! w/ Special Guests NDAAZ!
Sanity's Edge returns to the Roxy Putting together a benefit show for a awesome little girl who also happens to be a fan . It's been a while since we have had an all-ages show and we think you have waited long enough. http://www.gofundme.com/teamlexi More details to come
CasualS CC & CasualS Crew Presents: #TeamAlex Carnival & Concert Benefit. January 26th, 2014. 2pm to 8pm. A benefit to help 6 year old Alex McMahon and his family with his battle against leukemia. 100% of all the proceeds go to the McMahon family! Where: Casselmans Bar & Venue Denver 2620 Walnut St, Denver, CO. When: January 26th, 2014. 2pm to 8pm. Cost: $10 for ages 16+. Free for 15 and under w/parent. Live performances by: 2MX2, Infinite Mindz, Leung and the Wreck, Aaron McMahon, Venus Cruz, NDAAZ, Atomic Drifters, DJ Izer, and DJ Lazy Eyez. Live tattoo art by: Owl & Orchid Tattoo and Black Vulture Tattoo. We will also have CARNIVAL GAMES, PRIZES, RAFFLES, VENDORS, & FOOD. All the money raised will go directly to the family. Online donations can also be made at: http://chop808.wix.com/temalex PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THIS EVENT! SPREAD THE WORD, AND LETS HELP ALEX BEAT LEUKEMIA! #teamalex CONTACT US IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE PRIZES TO RAFFLE AT THE EVENT. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager: Prairie Ninja Productions/303.825.0038 - 303.881.8382
Bio: NDAAZ(Dine'/Chiricahua Apache)meaning heavy.
The band is comprised of members who descend from Chiricahua Apache,Dine',Southern Ute and Latino ancestry.
Their music speaks to past and present socially relevant issues affecting the people of the Americas, from Alaska all the way down to Patagon...See Full Bio
“This was only the second time I've seen NDAAZ, but their niche is one of my favorites. I thanked them the first time for "bringing the ritual back to live music", and they were similarly spellbinding, as it were, this time around. They employ call-and-response chants that somehow aren't cheesy, percussion with enough negative space and inventive groove to evoke a sense of drum circles (everyone else grew up going to those, right? I did, and NDAAZ reminds me of them), and socially conscious lyrics – and by all these powers combined, they always put on a thought-provoking set. I wouldn't really call it trance metal, but they're fascinatingly danceable, while still bringing heavy riffs into their lengthy jams.”
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