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8 nights roundtrip Miami, FL on the Carnival Breeze. September 13, 2014, along with VNV Nation, Ego Likeness, Bella Morte, and Ayria. For more info, visit http://www.gothiccruise.com
Dragon Con is the largest multi-media, popular culture convention focussing on science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music and film in the universe! Come see Ayria perform on a main stage and dance the night away with us!
Sounds Like: Depeche Mode, VNV Nation, Emilie Autumn, The Cruxshadows, Ladytron
Label: Alfa Matrix
Manager: Looking for management
Bio: Ayria has shaken the industrial-electro genre mixing old-school industrial with electro-pop. Her unique cyber-anime-goth-princess aesthetic combined with energetic live shows allowed Ayria to tour North America, Europe and Japan, etc. Ayria's latest release and 4th CD "Plastic Makes Perfect" was ...See Full Bio
: First show announcement of 2015! Terminus Festival in Calgary, AB this July 24 - 26. Visit the festival's page... http://t.co/xf464JOLXK
“I had the immense pleasure of seeing Jennifer Parkin and her live band perform live last month. At the concert I bought Ayria's new cd HEARTS FOR BULLETS. HEARTS FOR BULLETS is a 53 minutes of ecstasy. Jennifer Parkin hits the listener with infectious melodies and pulsating dance beats and never lets up through out the entire cd. While I loved the last album FLICKER, I thought it had a couple of filler tracks on it. This is not the case with HEARTS FOR BULLETS. The music is a bit more electro-clash than industrial but that isn't a bad thing. There are a couple of mid-tempo songs but for the most part, the album is very upbeat and danceable. I just love how crisp the synth beats are. Jennifer Parkin sounds better than ever. Her vocals easily shifts from being polished to distorted with ease. The cd begins with a fun, catchy song called "Bad List". I love this song for its catchy melodies and lyrics. I always find myself singing along to the song. The same can be said about "Invisible"..”