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Freedom To Rock Benefit
That's right! We're packing up and venturing off from the studio cave all the way up to beautiful Long Beach for a day of sun, music and well... things that just aren't appropriate to mention online. Join us for an epic day of live bands, DJs, go go dancers, models, swimsuit contests, beach balls, squirt gun fights, endless photography and anything else we can throw in the mix! - 12:00 PM - 2:00 AM - EIR Set Time: TBA (Late Afternoon/Early Evening) - DRINK SPECIALS & FOOD SERVED ALL DAY! - 21 & Over - We'll post a custom EIR ticketing link here soon for $12 tickets. Door is $15. Special Performances by Never Like The Movies/ Fading Out Silence/ Lyons Den/ The LBians/ Motive/ Main Street Lights/ Eighth City Takeover/ and more!!!
Bikini contest, photographer, go-go dancers, LIVE music! What more could you ask for. Come rock your face off with us!
Bio: Etched In Red is a Progressive Metal group for the new millennium. The San Diego, CA-based quintet combines elements of Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Metal and Progressive Rock that shuns every type of Corporate Rock cliché.
The group was formed in the Fall of 2002 with childhood friends Seth Boy...See Full Bio
"The modern metal landscape is saturated with mediocre bands that still hold on to the antiquated notion that playing loud and fast is enough to pique the interest of fans of the genre. Given that, it's immediately refreshing to hear this California five piece giving their listeners some credit. This is structured, intelligent metal done right, ripe with darkly sophisticated lyrics and dual guitar work that forges a harshly complex sound. Sloughing off the riff-riding, straightforward assault that so many bands fall back on, they have instead managed to put together songs that strategically challenge the audience, jutting from hard to heavy, screams to echoes. All of this is achieved without a formulaic vibe, with each song hitting with equal force but from a distinctly different angle. The method is effective, bordering on a song-within-a-song approach that's sure to keep you in suspense, bracing for what is coming next."~Derek Sivers (President of CD Baby & Hostbaby)