Delta Falling, Heartsick, Echolab
1039 Washington St.
Hoboken, NJ, 07030
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Rising up from Metro New York City comes a fresh and exciting new sound cemented by four piece Progressive/Alternative Art Rock outfit Pralaya. This fusion of sound truly captures the bands artistic vision as can be heard live and on their debut album.
This group of musical alchemists features Greg Telfeian; Jon Con; R. Whitley and Knales. This quartet channels their versatile musical cognizance into an abstract sound of uplifting melodies and groove that transcends genre definitions by incorporating diverse influences.
Rock/Punk/Alternative band from New Jersey.
Delta Falling is:
Heartsick is regarded as one of the hardest working bands in the Midwest metal scene with a rapidly growing fan base all across the United States and thousands of diehard fans in the Midwest they are quickly becoming the band to look out for in 2015. Ever since they formed in Lansing, they have graduated from local hometown shows to a touring force to be reckoned with and participating on major festivals across the US playing over 1,500 shows since the band's start in 2000. Heartsick has made their presence known the old fashioned way blood, sweat, and a work ethic matched by few in the industry. Treating every show as if it was their last and every fan as if it was their first. After years of touring and playing under the name Know Lyfe the band has evolved still keeping its core sound and member vocalist Alfonso Civile, guitarist Jerred Pruneau, drummer Nico Killips, and bassist Waylon Fox. With a new name and a new highly anticipated follow up record to 2011 "Empire Of Wolves," Heartsick is poised to explode beyond the borders of the Midwest and has already begun a new legendary chapter in their already legendary career.
EchoLab occurred in a black dreamscape that once materialized over a complex of abandoned manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the industrial wasteland of Passaic, NJ. Witnesses claim the apparition was accompanied by a barrage of violent booming sounds emanating from the facilities. Unconfirmed reports indicate that the apparition triggered recurring psychotic episodes among witnesses, especially women, causing them to experience what has been described as "hauntings" marked by intense hallucinations and sympathicotonia. In recent months, this phenomenon has reportedly afflicted non witnesses as well, which leads some to believe that the hauntings may be hysteria-induced.
Tickets will also be available at the door for $12 if space permits, however, advanced purchase is always recommended.