With Special Guest : New Years Day
Wednesday, Apr 22 2020
SHOW AT 8PM | DOORS AT 7PM
Metal | Rock 'n Roll
Self-doubt and depression clawed at the edges of Lzzy Hale’s mind when it came time to pen Halestorm’s fourth album, a follow-up to 2015’s Into The Wild Life. The musician didn’t feel like she was where she needed to be, both professionally and personally. When she and her bandmates, Arejay Hale, Joe Hottinger and Josh Smith, began writing, Lzzy wasn’t even sure who she was. “I kept thinking, ‘Can I still do this?’” she says. “I went down a lot of rabbit holes, and I’m my own worst critic. I needed to get over a lot of internal hurdles during this writing and recording process. This record was about overcoming inner demons.” The band began writing, but the first batch of songs didn’t feel quite right, so Halestorm scrapped it and started over. And in the end, Vicious represents Halestorm’s most personal and most inventive album, a deeply lived-with collection....
With Special Guest :
New Years Day
Appropriately enough for a band named New Years Day, their stunning new “Unbreakable” album signifies a new outlook—as well as a high-water mark for the Cali-bred lineup. Yet it was a rocky road to “Unbreakable”, as singer Ash Costello explains: “In the last couple years, the band cut off toxic people, built a new business team, and we’re stronger than we’ve ever been. So when we went to make ‘Unbreakable’, I wanted the process to be fun, to reflect our renewed vibe and energy,” she says. “We set out to write the poppiest metal album, or the most metal pop album.” On “Unbreakable”, that mission is accomplished. It’s a dozen intense, boundary-melding songs that may touch on metal or goth, but are ultimately undeniable modern rock ‘n’ roll tunes, no-holds-barred, done the New Years Day way. The album was produced by Mitch Marlow (All That Remains, In This Moment) and….