Coming from all over DisgraceD is hosting their friends Two Dead Roses from Cleveland Ohio and Third Realm from Buffalo NY!!! these are amazing bands and absolutely deserve the support of the Erie community!!! show starts at 10 and goes till close! anyone can feel free to invite everyone!!!
Broadway Joe’s Bar & Grille and For The Music Productions Presents: Hanzel und Gretyl (Official) w/ Third Realm & Juggernaut Saturday, May 2nd $15.00 presale Ages 18+ (Valid ID Required) Doors open at 8:00pm at: Broadway Joe’s Bar & Grille 3051 Main St Buffalo, NY 14214
For The Music Productions presents: Show Your Influence (tribute sets from some of your favorite local acts) featuring: Third Realm (as Nine Inch Nails) Dollar Diplomacy (as Jack White) BigBottleRocket (as Nirvana) Simple Science. (as Weezer) & more tba!
Sounds Like: Nine Inch Nails, She Wants Revenge, Imperative Reaction, Diary of Dreams, Covenant
Manager: Nathan Reiner
Bio: Known for an eclectic style, Third Realm explores the elements of several underground genres resulting in a diverse mix of sound. Heavily influenced by Dark Wave and Industrial artists, Third Realm puts their own twist on things demonstrating strong production skills, clever songwriting and meani...See Full Bio
“I absolutely loved the darkwave creation of Third Realm’s previous album ‘Romantic Death’. While some of that gloomy feeling is still in his new album ‘New World Order’, for the most of it, it has another agenda. With a sound that borders on industrial and sometimes with hints of aggrotech, it takes a few listens for me to get used to it. Since ‘Romantic Death’ was my first experience of Nathan Reiner’s project, it’s hard to wash out the presumption of gloomy bitterness. Here, we find a much more straight-in-your-face sound and with sometimes unhidden political undertones (is “Set the World on Fire” and “Lies of the Nation” a clear message for you?). Nathan is upset. Nathan is angry. Nathan does great industrial inspired music. Even though this is his second album this year, for the most of the time it does not feel rushed. All tracks have their own identity. There’s no copy and paste here. Read the full review here: http://www.brutalresonance.com/viewre”