Tue Jan 29 2019

7:00 PM (Doors 6:30 PM)

Club LA

34876 Emerald Coast Pkwy Destin, FL 32541

$23.00

Ages 16+

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SOUND RINK PRESENTS
August Burns Red, Miss May I, Crystal Lake

  • August Burns Red

    August Burns Red

    Metalcore

    Every time August Burns Red record an album, the GRAMMY® Award-nominated Pennsylvania quintet—John “JB” Brubaker [lead guitar], Brent Rambler [rhythm guitar], Matt Greiner [drums], Jake Luhrs [lead vocals], and Dustin Davidson [bass]—push themselves harder, raze expectations, and reach a new level. It’s why they’ve become a heavy music torchbearer. In 2015, Found In Far Away Places marked their second consecutive Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top 200. The single “Identity” notched a GRAMMY® Award nod in the category of “Best Metal Performance.” A streaming juggernaut, both “Identity” and “Ghosts” [feat. Jeremy McKinnon] crossed the 3-million mark on Spotify. When it came time to record their eighth full-length Phantom Anthem, the game didn’t change. The musicians put their heads down and rallied around the same shared goal, upping the ante across the board. The musical equivalent of a clenched fist haymaker, the grooves hit harder, the hooks blaze brighter, and the instrumentation ignites even more intricacy as evidenced by lead singles “Invisible Enemy” and “The Frost.”

  • Miss May I

    Miss May I

    Pop

    The  sound  and  fury  of  MISS  MAY  I  is  deeply  embedded  in  the  hearts  and minds of a legion of fans. These are people from different backgrounds, of different  ages,  with  diverse  life  experience,  who  all  come  together  and connect  with  MISS  MAY  I’s  combination  of  brutal  proficiency  and impassioned    delivery.    The    five-piece    powerhouse,    from    the    fertile metalcore grounds of America’s heartland, have become an integral part ofthe   worldwide   heavy   music   community,   transcending   boundaries   and limitations, galvanizing crowds, and energizing each person they encounter. Not  only  have  the  young  Warped  Tour  and  Rockstar  Mayhem  veterans proven to beone of the most exciting bands in the genre, they’ve managed the near-impossible task of maintaining their original lineup along the way. These  are  the  same  guys  who  formed  Miss  May  I  as  teenagers  in  2007 –inspired  by  New  Wave  Of  American  Metalcore  heroes  like  Lamb  Of  God, Underoath,  and  Bleeding  Through,  as  well  as  hard  rock  and  metal  legends like  Pantera  and  White  Zombie –now  grown  men.  And  in  the  eight-year span  between  studio  albums  from  Metallica,  Miss  May  I  cranked  out five
    slabs  of  metal: Apologies  Are  for  the  Weak(2009), Monument (2010), At Heart(2012), Rise of the Lion(2014), and Deathless(2015). All three of their most recent albums debuted in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Hard Music chart.The band’s brand new album, Shadows Inside,doubles as monster riff-fest and forcefully  vocal  driven statementshaped  by  changes  both  within  and without. Make no mistake this isn’t an about-face  album  full  of  contrived sentiment or glossy emptiness. It’s a record where the band challenged each other towork from outside of their comfort zone, to really hone in on what makes Miss May I vital, and deliver something fully authentic and raw. On  the  road  with  friends  and  peers  like  August  Burns  Red,  Parkway  Drive, Blessthefall,  Memphis  May  Fire,  We  Came  AsRomans,  and  Whitechapel, Miss   May   I   bring   devastating   fury   onstage   and   good   natured   charm offstage. They’ve held their own as support for rock radio hitmakers Five Finger Death Punch and as headliners on the Alternative Press Tour. Thisis a  band  with  diverse  appeal;  they  fine-tunetheir  punishing  metallic  assault with an almost “pop” sensibility when it comes to catchy memorability. The official music videos for Miss May I singles including “Deathless,” “Echoes,” “Relentless Chaos,” “Forgive and Forget,” “Hey Mister,” “Masses of a Dying Breed,” and “Day By Day” account for roughly 50 million views on  YouTube,  to  say  nothing  of  the  fan  made  videos,  live  clips,  cover versions,  and  audio  streams.  Those  same  anthems  have  been  played millions   of   times   more   across   streaming   services   and   social   media, embedded in the musical DNA of a generation of contemporaries and fans. Early on, vocalist Levi Benton, bassist/vocalist Ryan Neff, guitarists BJ Stead and Justin Aufdemkampe, drummer Jerod Boyd and made twoalbums with scene  kingmaker  Joey  Sturgis,  positioning  themselves  among  titans  of  the burgeoning  modern  metalcore  genre  like  Of  Mice  &  Men  and  their  fellow Ohio  natives  in  The  Devil  Wears  Prada. At  Heart,  made  with  producer Machine  (Lamb  Of  God,  Eighteen  Visions)  was  something  of  a  graduation, demonstrated by the massive sound of immediate anthem “Hey Mister,” an AltPress cover feature,and main stage validationon the Vans Warped Tour. 
    The slickly savage Rise  of  the  Lion,  made  with  legendary  producer  Terry Date (Pantera, Deftones, Limp Bizkit), was ample evidence that Miss May I could  hang  with  the  big  dogs.  The  band  championed  the  circle  pits  and sleeveless  denim  they  grew  up  seeing  at  Ozzfest, inspired  by  groupsthathad  assembled  in  the  DIY  scene,  likethem,and  went  on  to  climb  the heights  of  the  metal  mountains.  The  defiant  mission  statement  that  was Deathlessfollowed, reuniting them with Sturgis in the throes of behind-the-scenes hardshipathat saw the band nearly dissolve, but ultimately triumph. Nick  Sampson  (Asking  Alexandria,  Born  Of  Osiris,  In  Fear  and  Faith),  who worked alongside Sturgis on Deathless, took the reigns of the instrumental section  of Miss May I’snew  album  with  the  instrumental  members  in  the Midwest. Benton collaboratedwith  producer Drew  Fulk  (Motionless  In White,  Emmure,  Crown  The  Empire),  who  brought  out  the  best  vocal performances of the young singer’s career thus far.  Working  in  California, the pair was able to communicate ideas to the band back in their Michigan studio, where they’d reshape and refine the songs,until they were perfect.This process, unlike anything Miss May I had attempted before, resulted in their  most  fully  realized  album  yet. Mixed  by  Andrew  Wade  (A  Day  To Remember,   The   Word   Alive,   Neck   Deep), the   band’s  first  record  for SharpTone  is  truly  the  best  of  everything  before, with  new  ambition  and confidence. Shadows  Insideis  a  monster  of  an  album  and  a  longtime coming. Miss  May  I  celebrates  a  decade  of  savage  metalcore  and  soaring  melodic refrains,newly  revitalized,and  poised  for an  insurgent  career renaissance;armed  with  unmistakable  power,  road  hardened  experience,  a  steadily building catalog, and unrelenting spirit, supported by a diehard community.

  • Crystal Lake

    Crystal Lake

    Pop Metal

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SOUND RINK PRESENTS

August Burns Red, Miss May I, Crystal Lake

Tue Jan 29 2019 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:30 PM)

Club LA Destin FL
August Burns Red, Miss May I, Crystal Lake

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