THIRD STRING PRODUCTIONS Presents...
Kingdom of Giants, Dayseeker, Death Of An Era
3414 Elm St
Dallas, TX, 75226
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
San Diego favorites, Adestria, have been working their way through the ranks of the music scene and showing no signs of stopping anytime soon. Recently labeled #5 Unsigned Band by AP magazine, this band blends big breakdowns with melodic piano and catchy guitar riffs. Known for their live performance and unqiue stage show, Adestria will be making their way around the US this summer. Fans of Asking Alexandria and August Burns Red will find Adestria to be the perfect mix of fast heavy music, gang chants, and memorable choruses. Expect a full length album to come out in 2011.
Kingdom of Giants
Kingdom Of Giants consists of 5 members from all different backgrounds with 1 thing in common, we all love making music together. We keep it heavy, we keep it clean, we keep it dirty. KOG status.
Vocals – Rory Rodriguez
Drums – Mike Karle
Guitar – Alex Polk
Guitar – Gino Sgambelluri
Death Of An Era
Call it what you will, but the metal genre has become a wasteland of the same tired breakdowns and unoriginal riffing. It's rare to find a band that brings the heaviness that all metal fans long for, while adding a refreshing new edge to it. Five piece metal group, Death of an Era, is bringing a refined sound to the death metal world by delivering a blend of unique technical guitar work with a pile driving hardcore barrage. This Columbus, Ohio based band is quickly becoming a staple amongst the favorite groups of heavy music followers. One of the more remarkable aspects of the band is the ability to create the traditional death metal tone with tasteful modern features of programming and cinematic orchestration. They are not, by any means, confined to a set of preconceived notions on what metal should be, and this is self evident throughout their music. Death of an Era have also set itself apart by bringing a message, a heartfelt, meaningful message that listeners everywhere will be able to relate to. Lyrically, there is a great effort to address issues that people are facing everyday in their own lives, which is a far cry from many of the current acts in their scene. Death of an Era are not just another band to be lost in the over-saturated music scene. They've found their sound throughout the first few years of their "Do it Yourself" driven venture. All in under a year, the band self-released an international selling record, was featured in Alternative Press' AP&R, self-released a music video, and connected with crowds of hundreds of dedicated fans in a multitude of states.
One wouldn't guess that the powerful machine that is Death of an Era would be comprised of such young artists. Although averaging around the age of 20, the band is no amateur act. Listeners can find meaning in the passionate lyrical aptitude that frontman Daniel Simpson provides. Daniel, as well as Nathan Stewart (guitar), Dustin Colling (guitar) brothers Chris Cooper (bass) and Michael Cooper (drums) have set out to connect with thousands of fellow musicians and fans alike. Death of an Era is composed of a force of dedicated musicians who are guaranteed to bring a promising balance of "modern" and "metal".