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Daly's Gone Wrong plus This Good Robot / Life As A Ghost
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Daly's Gone Wrong
plus This Good Robot / Life As A Ghost

Daly's Gone Wrong This Good Robot Life As A Ghost

Saturday, May 11, 2013 6:30 PM EDT 2013-05-11T18:30 (6:00 PM Doors)
, New York, NY

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:: Daly's Gone Wrong ::

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 Daly's Gone Wrong was born from the idea that a band should play exactly what they want, when they want, and how they want to.This four piece from Bronx, NY stands together to create what nobody else could give them...the music that they always wanted to hear.

:: This Good Robot ::

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Made up of comic book nerds, ex theater geeks and a few music theory snobs, This Good Robot is an 6-piece Science-Fiction/Indie-Rock band out of Long Island, NY. Pay attention, this song could save your life.

:: Life As A Ghost ::

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Conceived in October 2009, Life As A Ghost almost immediately set gears in motion, making a name for themselves for being a hard-working, pull-no-punches band; built on beautifully chaotic melody, relentless rhythm, and a punishing live show.

Amidst anticipation built from a self-launched social-media buzz, their self-produced debut-album, Drifter (Eulogy Records), was released in September of 2011. Drifter features the heaviness and melody that Life as a Ghost has become well known for. 

Upon the release of Drifter, members Nick Prainito (vocals), Evan Cohen (bass), Jerry DeLorenzo (guitar), Nick Viscovich (guitar) and Ray Altamura (drums) increased their forward momentum, shooting a self-produced music video for the album's title track and the band immediately set out on the road and continued to pound the pavement for the year to come, earning their ever-expanding fanbase with the likes of Us, From Outside (Tragic Hero), In League (InVogue), Mureau (Mediaskare), A Hero A Fake (Victory), Letter to the Exiles (Facedown), My Bitter End (We Are Triumphant) as well as appearances at sold out shows with Falling In Reverse (Epitaph), Eyes Set to Kill (Century Media) and at their home town date of the Vans Warped Tour.

Now in 2013, the bands eyes the future with enthusiasm and plans to bring a fresh sound to the eyes and ears of the world. Entering the studio in the Spring and once again pairing with Producer Mike Kalaijian (Moving Mountains, Visions, Bedlight For Blueeyes), the band plans to follow the release of their next showing with constant touring.

Life As A Ghost continues to bring their frenetic live act across the country, establishing the group as an experience that must be seen to be believed.

 



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