8 PM show | 7 PM doors | 21+ | $5 tickets available in the Hard Rock Cafe Rock Shop, through the artists or at the door. Spring The Trap Fusing the upbeat, melodic feel of metal with the driving, soaring sounds of hard rock, Spring the Trap offers the perfect mix of energy and depth, delivering heavy music with an accessible radio rock vibe. Hailing from Seattle by way of Albuquerque, These Young Fools set out to deliver a great compromise between the gritty, instinctive approach of indie rock, and the appeal and freshness of pop. The band approaches their music with an unpredictable, eclectic twist, blending elements as diverse as layered synths, electric guitars with a vintage feel and shades of college rock. Think Jimmy Eat World meets Phoenix! http://www.theseyoungfools.com/
Spring the Trap with guests Live at The Hard Rock Tickets are $5 at the door, on line, at The Hard Rock Cafe, or available for pre-sale from the bands. Additional details to follow
Spring the Trap with Snow Drift and Mister Master at The High Dive $6 at the door!
Spring the Trap CD Release show with The Underwater Tiger and Ninja Turtle Ninja Tiger at The High Dive!
Sounds Like: Incubus, Fair To Midland (official page), TesseracT, Chevelle, Alter Bridge
Bio: Fusing the upbeat, melodic feel of metal with the driving, soaring sounds of hard rock, Spring the Trap offers the perfect mix of energy and depth, delivering heavy music with an accessible radio rock vibe.
Comprised of veteran members of the Pacific Northwest music scene, Spring the Trap began ...See Full Bio
“It's all too easy to dismiss any Seattle band as Grunge wannabes but Spring the Trap easily avoid being ensnared in that pitfall, instead riffs simply tumble from this self-titled six tracker. 'Lucid' revs all modern metal - a bit Screamo, without the screams (if that is possible) - with Roland Ashton being a fine singer, before 'The Maze' meanders through acoustic interludes and foreboding Metallic stabs. This is cool trad and sparkling new all at once, something driven home by the dreamy, yet aggressive bite of 'Gone' and skillful dart of 'Faceless', which is in fact as in your face as it could be. As are Spring the Trap!”