P.O.D. Satellite 20th Anniversary Tour
with Special Guests : All Good Things, From Ashes to New
Wednesday, Sep 15 2021
SHOW AT 7PM | DOORS AT 6PM
Metal | Rock
P.O.D. (Payable on Death) formed in San Diego, CA, in 1992, and have since charted their own course with worldwide sales exceeding 10 million, hugely successful international tours, and a series of chart-topping radio hits. Over the span of two decades they have released eight studio albums of original songs – including the triple-platinum Satellite – seen chart success with more than a dozen Rock radio hits, including “Southtown,” “Alive,” “Youth of the Nation,” and “Boom,” the Active Rock hit “Beautiful” and their No. 1 single, “Lost In Forever,” received three GRAMMY Award® nominations, and racked up four No. 1 music videos. The band has also contributed songs to numerous major motion picture soundtracks. P.O.D. is Sonny Sandoval (vocals), Marcos Curiel (guitar), Traa Daniels (bass) and Wuv Bernardo (drums). The members of P.O.D. are also active members of a tight-knit music community, collaborating on their own records as well as....
with Special Guests :
All Good Things
If All Good Things was not a band, it would be necessary to invent them — and in fact, that’s just what happened. “We didn’t plan on being a band of any sort,” says singer, Dan Murphy. “Our music was just written for licensing in the hopes that it would get on some cool placements, in games or whatever, film and TV. I mean, it was probably a couple of years before any of us ever looked on YouTube, and we realized there were millions of plays on the songs.” “But we weren’t going to do anything until basically we got a ton of messages from all these people saying, ‘When’s the new music coming out? Who are you? Where are you from?’” That sound — a massive, bombastic sensory assault of anthemic heavy rock, flavored with unforgettable melodies and high-tech sonics — was then sculpted and focused on Machines,….
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From Ashes to New
In times like these it’s easy for our individual voices to get lost in the noise. If there is a central theme on Panic, the third album from the Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based act From Ashes To New, it’s that the only way to rise above obstacles is to trust in yourself. “Even though you feel voiceless, you’re not, but we understand if you feel that way because we feel that way too,” explains frontman Matt Brandyberry. In the 7 years the band has been together, fans have come to expect empowering messages delivered via the band’s unique blend of metal, hip-hop, rock and electronica. The songs on Panic aren’t just catchy, they also contain a sense of urgency that is as inspiring as it is innovative and offers a moment of intense clarity in a world grown cloudy. Panic features the same lineup as the band’s 2018’s breakthrough release The Future….