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21+ Music all night at the famous House of Blues foundation room. Our show begins at 10:30pm. Lots of other fantastic bands playing that night!
MAY 29th-- The Quarantined will be playing songs from their forthcoming EP, Life on the Corner of The End, at Silver Lake Lounge in Hollywood, CA. The Quarantined is a hard rock/rap/grunge band out of Los Angeles, CA. Sean Martin, Kaspars Grinbergs, and Alex Diaz have put together a life time of experiences, musical genres spanning decades, and the message of a lifetime in one kick-ass show. www.TheQuarantined.com To hear demos from the new album go to: www.TheQuarantined.bandcamp.com $11 Advance tickets $13 at door. For Tickets go to: www.Aftonshows.com/TheQuarantined This show is sponsored by Afton Shows
The Quarantined will be playing from their new EP, Life on The Corner of The End, and bringing their unique blend of hard rock/rap/Grunge. Come out for some drinks at The Redwood Bar, and hear a great band on their way up! Our Website: www.TheQuarantined.com To hear some of the tracks from the new record: www.TheQuarantined.bandcamp.com
Free admission before 10 pm
Sounds Like: Nirvana, Sublime, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden
Label: Lucent Records
Bio: The Quarantined is a Alt. rock/Rap/Grunge band from Los Angeles, CA. Led by lead singer/guitarist, Sean Martin, drummer Kaspars Grinbergs, and Alex Diaz on bass, The Quarantined is a band successfully mixing a wide range of influences like Hard rock, metal, rap, grunge, 90's rock, Classic rock, b...See Full Bio
““Point the Finger” - This track opens probably with some of the heaviest drum sounds that I have ever heard. Quickly the vocals pierce through the mix and this track flows out of the gate. This is a song that has classic rock groove and in your face attitude. You won’t feel like you are hitting your head against a brick wall with this song. Don’t be mislead, this song is way heavy, but it has style, groove and meaning. If you like Cookie Monster on vocals you won’t find that here. What you will hear is a thinking man pissed with flowing lyrics. The band is top notch, true rock guitars that wind and groove and make the instrument mean something. The bass guitar lays a thick groove about as tight as girls that have their clothes spray painted on ,and the drums thunder but there is no crazy animal playing here. Finesse oozes from this band. The band lays back for a bit but ramps it back up to keep it rocking. If you like a little rap in your rock/metal and like quality playing..”