Soundstill will be kicking off the night before Mistaken For Halos, Cold Kingdom, & Pinwheel. This show will be off the hook and worth every penny to see!!!!
Soundstill performing live at The 2015 Clay County Fair Saturday September 19th 530pm. Check us out at the KICD stage located next to the train depot. Also, do you like Halestorm and We Are Harlot? They are set to perform on the main stage at 730pm. Make sure to pre-party with us at 530-630pm. See ya there & remember ALL AGES and FREE show to watch us!!!
This night is packed solid with quality music! Another Lost Year has been packing The Afterlife with people and quality live music since the early days of The Afterlife being open. Tonight is no different. And Brother Grey joins them on this show. Brother Grey blew the doors off the first time they came and people have been asking when they are coming back! HERE YOU GO! Soundstill, Blacked Out World and Riddled With Class kick the night off with their high energy and crowd favorite shows! Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door! You may want to get tickets in advance for this one! It's sure to attract the masses. We will have a VIP Couch ticket package available as well as booth packages.
Soundstill will be hosting national touring band Krash Karma @ Lux Martini Bar in Arnolds Park! Krash Karma is a high energy rock band from California...do not miss this concert...because it will be the show of the summer!!
This is our first appearance at Rails, so Siouxland lets unite and show them how we throw down!
Sounds Like: Slipknot, System of a Down, Korn, Demon Hunter, Stone Sour
Bio: Soundstill is a 4-piece hard rock band out of Okoboji, Iowa. Band members include- Chris Adams (vocals), Josh Cother (guitar/bass), Terry Justice (bass/guitar) and Tyler Hoekstra (drums). They are often compared to Otherwise and Korn, mostly from the style of vocals. They are heavily influenced ...See Full Bio
“I’m intrigued by the cover art from the album Before The Sunset Ends by Soundstill. Some of my favorite moments were the unexpected deviations. Take for instance the tumbling toms and descending guitars riff that happens a little more than half way though on “Guarded.” The band doesn’t always have to have their distortion on as you hear on “At Sixes & Sevens” and they can also ascend to high peaks as they display on “Silent Static.” Occasionally the band veers towards songs that have more mainstream viability such as on “Goodbye Till Then” and “A Chance To Breathe.” Before The Sunset Ends is a fleshed out album that isn’t perfect but still good. I thought the band was at their best when they experimented and got really heavy - you may or may not think the same thing. Either way I encourage you to give Before The Sunset Ends a spin.”