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The Release Party for Room 101's New Album, "The Gadfly." With: Riot Inside Arma Echo Son It's sure to be an awesome show.
Riot Inside (11:00pm), Losing Scarlet (10:00pm), Locke 'n Load (9:00pm), Jami Dawn (8:30pm), Room 101 (12:00am) Riot Inside (11:00pm), Losing Scarlet (10:00pm), Locke 'n Load (9:00pm), Jami Dawn (8:30pm), Room 101 (12:00am) Room 101: seamlessly blends elements of rock, classical, and industrial music to create a dynamic sound which ranges from dark and aggressive to reflective and composed.
Bio: Electro-punk industrial rock outfit Room 101 has emerged from the Chicago underground with a new EP, “The Gadfly”, featuring a collection of 7 brutal, subversive, hook-heavy anthems. Deliberately turning their backs on the corporate machine, the band has focused on giving voice to marginalized di...See Full Bio
The Gadfly was reviewed! "This is a band with a point to make, and they make it well...[with] good catchy choruses that will have you fist pumping and shouting along...” http://tinyurl.com/4cozh3q
“Room101 is a Chicago based Electro-Punk band, focusing on high energy anthems of dissatisfaction in new EP "The Gadfly". "The Gadfly" voices a feeling of unrest, with powerful guitars, live sounding drums and some passionately voiced lyrics which frankly provide a nice contrast to the current trend in mainstream punk bands of the last 5 years. This is a band with a point to make, and they make it well, with dynamic songs, fairly strong production values and a very energetic and "live" sound, which compliments what they are doing perfectly. Most importantly, the songs are good with catchy choruses that will have you fist pumping and shouting along by the time the first track finishes. I have been very impressed with this release, and would recommend anyone that enjoys a bit of Punk, to give it a go, especially since it is currently free to download. Similar artists: Pennywise, Pitchshifter and One Minute Silence (some content deleted only due to space)”