Attila “The New Kings Tour” with I See Stars, Capture The Crown, Ice Nine Kills, and Myka Relocate.

2-17-14 in Sacramento, Ca at the Ace of Spades

I See Stars

About Attila

Attila, an American metalcore band from Atlanta, formed in 2005 and released nine full-length albums. Chris Fronzak “Fronz,” Sean Heenan, Sam Halcomb, Matt Booth, and Kris Wilson formed the band, naming it after Attila the Hun. In 2013, their most successful album “About That Life,” produced by Joey Sturgis, debuted at number 22 on the Billboard 200 chart. Additionally, the band signed with Artery Recordings and later went with SharpTone Records in 2016. On March 18, 2021, Attila released “Clarity” as the lead single from their ninth studio album, “Closure,” which was released on July 23, 2021.

About I See Stars

I See Stars is an electronicore band that formed in Warren, Michigan in 2006. The band consisted of lead vocalist Devin Oliver, guitarist Brent Allen, keyboardist and vocalist Andrew Oliver, bassist Jeff Valentine, and drummer Zach Johnson.

I See Stars was known for their unique blend of post-hardcore, electronic music, and pop, creating a sound that was both heavy and danceable. They released several albums and EPs throughout their career, including their debut album “3-D” in 2009, which was a critical and commercial success.

Devin Oliver’s dynamic vocal range, Brent Allen’s intricate guitar work, and Andrew Oliver’s electronic and synth-driven soundscapes charecterized the band’s music. Furthermore, fans loved the band for their high-energy live performances. Additionally, their shows often featured a mix of heavy breakdowns, catchy choruses, and electronic beats.

Over the years, I See Stars evolved and experiment with different styles, incorporating elements of pop, rap, and metal into their music. In addition, their willingness to push the boundaries of their genre made them a fan favorite in the electronicore scene.

Capture The Crown
Ice Nine Kills

About Capture The Crown

Capture the Crown is an Australian metalcore band formed in 2010 after the breakup of another metalcore band, Atlanta Takes State. They gained popularity with their original name after releasing the music video for “You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!” on YouTube in 2011. In 2012, they were signed to Sumerian Records, but were dropped a year later. They have released two studio albums, “Til Death” (2012) and “Reign of Terror” (2014), and an EP, “Live Life” (2014).

About Ice Nine Kills

Ice Nine Kills is an American metalcore band from Boston, Massachusetts. The band features lead vocalist Spencer Charnas, guitarists Dan Sugarman and Ricky Armellino, bassist Joe Occhiuti, and drummer Patrick Galante. The band formed in 2006 and have since released several albums and gained a large following.

Critics and fans love Ice Nine Kills for their theatrical and horror-inspired music, often incorporating elements of pop culture such as movies and TV shows into their lyrics and visuals. They have also gained attention for their energetic live performances and elaborate stage setups.

Myka Relocate

About Myka Relocate

Myka Relocate is a metalcore band that formed in 2012. They are known for their heavy riffs, catchy choruses, and energetic live performances. The band consists of lead vocalist Michael Swank, guitarists Josh Peltier and Austin Dore, bassist Aaron Robertson, and drummer Dylan LeBlanc. Their music often features a blend of clean and harsh vocals, dynamic instrumentals, and electronic elements.

Myka Relocate has released two full-length albums, “Lies to Light the Way” in 2013 and “The Young Souls” in 2016, as well as several singles and music videos. They have toured extensively in the United States and Canada, sharing the stage with notable acts such as Of Mice & Men, A Day to Remember, and Parkway Drive. In late 2017, the band went on hiatus. Additionally, in 2020 vocalist Michael Swank announced that the status of the band was that it is broken up.


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