Royal Thunder, Adlet, The Goddamn Rights, Friendship Commanders
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
American Blues-infused Rock band from Atlanta GA
They released their debut EP in 2009, which was followed by their first full-length album in 2012.
Mlny Parsonz - bass/vocals
Josh Weaver - guitar
Evan Diprima - drums
Will Fiore - guitar
ROYAL THUNDER are a four-piece rock band based out of Atlanta, Georgia that seamlessly blend the elements of heavy classic rock, 90's grunge, and forward-thinking progressive rock. Propelled by the powerfully emotional voice of frontwoman Mlny Parsonz, the guitar heroics of Josh Weaver, and the dynamic drums of Evan Diprima, ROYAL THUNDER have been described by NPR as “a revved-up Southern hard-rock that howls like Led Zeppelin astride a psychedelic unicorn” and as "magnificently compelling rock music" by Decibel Magazine. Formed in 2004 by Weaver, his brother, and his best friend, the band went through several lineup changes over the years before settling on their current lineup, which also incorporated second guitarist Will Fiore as of 2015.
Rock from Birmingham AL
It is what it is. Gritty and groovy.
The Goddamn Rights
Punk / Noise Rock from Birmingham AL
Members of Capsized, Massimo Eddy, The Bohannons and Blue-eyed Boy Mister Death (among others) making noise out of Birmingham, Ala.
Melodic punk/hardcore/sludge from Nashville TN
Friendship Commanders are a melodic punk/hardcore/sludge duo from Nashville, TN. Their first full-length album, DAVE, was released on February 12th, 2016. They have additionally released three EPs, and four annual Halloween singles which benefit addiction research and/or recovery resources, all on Trimming The Shield Records. Band members Jerry Roe and B. Arson are committed to making work that promotes conversation around tolerance, equality, communication, and human rights.
Their second album, recorded with Steve Albini, will be released in 2018.
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