STATE THEATRE, QUANTUS RECORDS & SWEET SPOT STUDIOS PRESENTS: SHOCK & AWE II Worlds Divide OFFICIAL ALBUM RELEASE SHOW Screaming at The Silence Psykotribe (De)Absolve SINGOD COME OUT AND CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF WORLDS DIVIDE'S FIRST FULL LENGTH ALBUM! Along with Worlds Divide, SCREAMING AT THE SILENCE will be playing the SHOCK & AWE stage once more along with our good friends in PSYKOTRIBE & DEABSOLVE! ALL THIS FOR ONLY $6!!! IF YOU ATTENDED THE FIRST SHOCK & AWE SHOW A COUPLE YEARS AGO, THEN YOU KNOW THIS IS A SHOW NOT TO BE MISSED!! WE WILL HAVE MANY SURPRISES THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT, INCLUDING A CHANCE TO WIN A JACKSON RHOADS EX PRO GUITAR SIGNED BY ALL MEMBERS OF ALL THE BANDS PLAYING THAT NIGHT! CONTACT ANY MEMBER OF A BAND ON THIS SHOW FOR TICKETS OR INFO!
Gonna be one hell of a party!
A show NOT to miss!
Come celebrate CROW bassist Chandler Cornell's 18th birthday! Badass bands, killer drink specials, going to be a wild party! Lineup: 1.) Yoshi Gish 2.) ABOVE ALL ACTS 3.) Joe Moves 4.) C.R.O.W. 5.) Enter Intruder 6.) Screaming At The Silence
Sounds Like: Killswitch Engage, Atreyu, Breaking Benjamin, All That Remains, Asking Alexandria
Manager: Dane Sanford
Screaming At The Silence was formed in 2008.
Within months, the band was out playing multiple shows all around the surrounding Tampa area.
In October 2009, they released the self titled album to a sold out crowd. After many local shows and a very small east coast tour Screaming at the Silence c...See Full Bio
“When they started their first song the first thing I noticed about the band was how extremely active they were on stage. They quickly turned the crowd from a hibernating polar bear to a swarm of killer bees. The entire crowd started head banging and moshing to the “Bullet for my Valentine” styling coming off the stage. The vocalist not only has great screaming abilities but also has an amazing singing tone. The guitar work was technical as well as catchy. Their great guitar solo work and rhythms force you to move. The bass player and drummer complement each other very well creating a driving low end which is the backbone for Screaming at the Silence. There style borderlines on hard rock and heavy metal. They have a unique sound that draws you in and sticks in your head for weeks at a time. All and all, Screaming at the Silence is a phenomenal band. So whether you are into hard rock or heavy metal this is a band you should see live. You will not be disappointed!”