Come see some Illumni's finest perform in the Eagles Ballroom; at 316 E Main St, Bozeman, MT 59715. Doors open at 5pm show starts at 6pm. You will see Illest Uminati headline with DJ Mac Mumble; also headlining is Missoula's finest, Overtime! Also there to perform for your pleasure is Bozeman's finest artists Montana HighLife & Beneath the Kraken w/ Indi, Benny Buttonz, EVRGRN, and more! Tickets are $10 and this is a 21+ show.
DIMESTOCK '14 A Tribute To Dimebag Darrell 96.3 The Blaze & Lacy Zee's Ink and Paint Club Presents: DIMESTOCK '14 A Tribute To Dimebag Darrell Getcha Pull when Dimestock returns for the 8th year in a row. Come celebrate the life and music of the the guitar god himself Dimebag Darrell. Bands will be playing some of their favorite Dime songs. First 100 people through the door get a free Dimestock coozie. Plus your chance to win Volbeat/Anthrax tickets courtesy of 96.3 The Blaze. Plus as always the annual pink beard contest. Bands include: Universal Choke Sign, Blessiddoom and Beneath The Kraken. Only $5, 21+
Bands: Walking Corpse Syndrome, Beneath the Kraken Date: Saturday September 28 Venue: Main Street Arts & Entertainment Complex, 1332 E Main St, Bozeman, MT Info: Ages 18+ Walking Corpse Syndrome is proudly sponsored by Kronos Kustoms Official.
18+ Metal/Punk Show with Beneath The Kraken, Unicorn Cannery, The Killer In Me, The PCBs, and MIP
Sounds Like: Five Finger Death Punch, Trivium, Volbeat, Lamb of God, Machine Head
Bio: It all started one tremendous September day where the sea shifted and the stars aligned overhead. Now, the beast destroys all in its path and leaves those in its wake, Beneath the Kraken.
Beneath the Kraken originated in Bozeman, Montana, and quickly developed a following in the local metal sce...See Full Bio
“Putting their own life experiences into their lyrics adds a personal connection to their fans appealing to a much broader audience. Along with writing about events in their lives they also take on issues they see in society that need to be changed. Their song Proclamation takes on the mob mentality that is sweeping through the younger generations. They promote individuality as a counter to the people who are content just following the person in front of them and never stepping out of the shadows of those who came before them.”