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Micropsia are back for another "Best Of Demo Nights" at The Zoo! 2013 is gearing up to be a big one! Just a month out from the Global Battle of the Bands QLD final The Zoo will again be host to the big rock sound of Micropsia! Supporting Therein with Danger at the Door this is one night of local unsigned music not to be missed! Lineup ------- 8:30pm ~ Micropsia ~ https://micropsia.bandpage.com/ 9:50pm ~ Danger at the Door ~ https://www.facebook.com/dangeratthedoor 11:10pm ~ Therein ~ https://www.facebook.com/thereinmusic Tickets: $6 presale, $8 door LINKS! ~~~~ Micropsia Homepage https://micropsia.bandpage.com/ the zoo Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thezooies Micropsia Triple J Unearthed http://www.triplejunearthed.com/Micropsia Micropsia ReverbNation http://www.reverbnation.com/Micropsia Micropsia SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/micropsiaband
Micropsia Danger at the Door 9.50pm Theirein
End of year gig with Flannelette
BIG STAGE, BIG GIG, ALL AGES $10 ENTRY, LOTS OF PRIZES
Sounds Like: Foo Fighters, Rage Against the Machine, Blink-182, Deftones, U2
Bio: Thumping Rhythm section with Crazy Guitar Licks and Diverse Melodies.
Luke, Ryan and Nathan Hourihane formed Danger at the Door, an Alternative Rock band in 2011 and have never looked back.
With over 70 gigs under their belt to date, including well known venues such as The ZOO and The Hi-fi, al...See Full Bio
“Polished, synchronised, 3 brothers, this invigorating band performs with knife edge precision. Expert guitar work bounces off strong, steady drumming and metronomic timing rules. Solo guitar intro in 'Passion' is paradise on strings contrasting sharply with 'Devil's' raw, metallic edge. Lyrically unique, incredible vocal delivery and song range demostrates diversity and individuality. Their skill, magnetism and loveability resonates The Beatles. Perfected to a maturity beyond the age of the band and the boys, other bands drown in their wake. This dynamic unit needs to be picked up and given air time and exposure. Michele Boylan (Critic/Reviewer)”