Arms Length Away, Grip of the Gods, Days In May, Light The Atlantic
430 S. Dawson St.
Raleigh, NC, 27601
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
Arms Length Away
We're Arms Length Away, four kids who love Jesus Christ, attempting to change a scene from the core with our brand of Pop Punk.
Not a day goes by that we don't see the hate this world holds, and the anger most normal people have built up inside. Our band is here to get involved with the lives of others through our music and through our message. In hopes that we can change the scene, and change the hearts of the people we come in contact with. We stand for Grace, Truth, and Hope, and our promise as a band is to show you that through our actions and through our songs that we are passionate about what we do.
So with that being said, if you are in need of somebody to talk to, about life, struggles, anything. Write on our wall, send us a message, reach out to us in some way and we will respond as soon as possible! Or just come hangout out with us at a show!
Grip of the Gods
Grip of the Gods is a modern-alt/rock/indie rock power-trio hailing from Philadelphia, PA, US. The band formed loosely around late 2009-early 2010, initially under the working name Walking in Monologues. As the utmost priority of the band was creating a unique style and brand of rock, nearly the entire first year of the project was devoted to this effort (though a handful of live performances took place in various locations). Through the course of this process and moving toward 2011, Grip of the Gods released two “rough” EPs: a 3-track entitled Walking in Monologues and a 5-track entitled Destination of Man. As a result of these releases, 2011-2012 saw a huge increase in live performances, with shows in many East Coast cities, and a handful of short national tours. During this time, Grip of the Gods further solidified their sound, and in June 2012 finally headed into a high-quality studio (Forge Recording Studios, Oreland, PA) to create what they consider to be their first professional release; a 6-track EP titled Take (produced by Steven LaFashia and mastered by UE Nastasi at Sterling Sound, NYC), which plays much more like an album than an EP, and capitalizes on the creative niche that they’ve established.
Grip of the Gods is well underway with material for their first full-length, and hope to begin recording prior to Fall of this year. Meanwhile, they are currently lining up national tour dates for summer 2013 to capitalize on their latest release, Take, which has already been very well-received by existing fans and has served immensely in reaching a much larger audience. 2013 is sure to be a massive year for this promising, devoted rock-trio.
Days In May
The band got started in early 2009 as an acoustic project with original members Lance Carrier and Scott Hill. After playing several shows, they decided to expand the project to a full band. After a bit of searching they found Tim Morrison and became a trio missing a bassist. In December of 2009 the band FINALLY got their bassist Kaelie Kandel. After a year of touring and recording Scott decided that he wanted to focus on other things, so the band started searching for a new member and playing what they could. They didnt end up finding a new member that fit and wanted the same things they did until April of 2011. That member was Joey Harper. Since then the band has played several shows and is working on recording their first full length album.
Light The Atlantic
We started out just messing around and writing a few songs after talking at an open mic night. Then, we got a little more serious, finished some songs, and started playing shows. We went through a rough patch, but now we're a stronger band, team and family than we've ever been. Music is our lives, and we want to share our lives and dreams with each and every one of you.
$5 21+/$10 18-20
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