Where: Red 7 - 611 East 7th Street, Austin, TX 78701 When: Thursday, February 5th at 9PM-2AM Tickets: $7 presale / $10 door *All Ages* It is time! Seek Irony is releasing their first, full length album, titled "Tech N' Roll"! We would like to invite you to join our celebration at the amazing Red 7 venue located in beautiful downtown Austin, TX. We're prepared to open the year with the most extravagant rock-electronica event ever! We proudly invited our fellow entertainment colleagues, some of the hottest upcoming and very well established bands in town and they are going to rock your head off! This event is that "first wave" of underground blend of electronica and rock that people crave for today. Prepare to party at Austin's favorite and most popular rock club. We invite you to come out and make this a most unforgettable night for us all! Start the year off right with Seek Irony and friends at the Red 7! This amazing night features… * Residue * Dawn Over Zero * Seek Irony * Live DJ Show * Ridiculous lights and laser show * State of the art sound system * Cheap drinks * and much, much more We would like to give special thanks to Transmission Events for helping us organize this event. For any event related info call: Kfir Gov 832-875-0277Save I'm Going!
Live Music on Zombies Stage: TBA – 12:30 MY MADNESS – 11:30 https://www.facebook.com/MyMadnessBand RESIDUE – 10:30 TBA – 9:30 Drink Specials: $1.00 Jello Shots - $2.00 Zombie and Starfker Shots - $3.00 Jim, Jack, and Jager Shots…. Bar opens 5pm Happy Hour 5 – 8pm / with $1.50 domestics and $2.00 wells Bands start 9:30 $5 / 21 & UP Location: 4202 Thousand Oaks - San Antonio - TX - 78217Save I'm Going!
Sounds Like: Three Days Grace, Nine Inch Nails, Incubus
Manager: Michele Ponciano, Lost n lyrics Mgmt
Residue: The remainder of something after removal of parts or a part.
Residue is a modern, alternative rock band out of Austin, TX. The band is currently comprised of Josh Fontenot (drums), Corey Trahan (guitar/vocals), Donavon Cavanaugh (guitar) and John Bock (bass). The band was for...See Full Bio
“A "World of Man" Review from Reverbnation :: " I like the full bodied almost jewel bell like tone notes this opens with.It melds very nicely with the music that builds and grows and the powerful vocals. Very nice, the odd undertones and beat fill it out nicely. The lyrical portion is very full bodied, beautiful tone and amazing vocal range. The voices all meld so nicely together for this powerful musical piece. This is well done, great beat, well played instrumentation. I especially like that odd digital tonal effect with the beat, it feels almost alive. This is nicely done and is stand out all the way. I like the spoken portion that ends it, it is different and works well with the rest of the musical composition. Very artistic, great energy and just a well put together piece."”