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The Protomen featuring Afore Notation / Final Weapon
Reaction Media Presents

The Protomen
featuring Afore Notation / Final Weapon

The Protomen Afore Notation Final Weapon

Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013 7:00 PM CDT 2013-03-12T19:00
, Birmingham, AL

14.0 14.0
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The Protomen is an American rock band best known for composing original concept albums based on the popular video game series Mega Man. The Protomen have achieved a cult following thanks, in part, to an active and vocal internet fan base, intensely theatrical live performances, and a heavy touring regimen. 

Little is known about The Protomen, other than the band is based in Nashville, Tennessee. Their stage names are largely references to pop culture films, song titles, and fictional characters. The group members refer to themselves as storytellers, creating a "rock and roll fable"; they are not characters in their stories. 

The band was composed mostly of MTSU recording program graduates, and first came to be so they could meet class deadlines and the need to record for [their] grades. Their first live performance was in April 2004. Most of the band had graduated and moved to Nashville by 2005. 

In a 2009 interview, lead vocalist Panther stated, "We basically gathered up all of our good friends from the local rock bands of Murfreesboro, tied ourselves together, and tried to walk. And somehow it worked. At the time, we noticed a void in rock and roll. A hole that could only really be filled with grown men and women painting up like robots and playing some fierce and furious rock music based on a 1980s video game. We were fairly certain no one else was going to fill that hole. But, by god, it's filled now. You can thank us later." 

 

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The band has strong ties to the Murfreesboro and Nashville independent music scene, and some members are integrated into several bands simultaneously.



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