Slammin’ Saturday, Nov. 28: Don’t Cross the Streams; Humdinger & The Bucksnort; No Son of Mine; Reverser; This Time Stars Fall; and Voices in Vain
Crowe Tribe Live in partnership with Higher Ground present Slammin’ Saturday to benefit Big Heavy World and support Vermont's local music scene, Saturday November 28th at Higher Ground. The lineup features Don’t Cross the Streams; Humdinger & The Bucksnort; No Son of Mine; Reverser; Fall From the Gallows; and Voices in Vain. All ages in the Higher Ground Ballroom, 1214 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT. Doors open at 6:00pm; music begins at 6:30pm. Advance tix $8 / $10 at the door. Tickets available at http://www.highergroundmusic.com or call toll free (877) 987-6487. Don’t Cross the Streams, https://www.reverbnation.com/dontcrossthestreams Humdinger & the Bucksnort, https://humdingerandthebucksnort.bandcamp.com/ No Son of Mine, https://nosonofminevt.bandcamp.com Reverser, http://reverservt.bandcamp.com This Time Stars Fall, https://thistimestarsfall.bandcamp.com/ Voices in Vain, https://voicesinvain.bandcamp.com
Don't Cross The Streams is a group of long time friends who have come together from different styles of music to form a one of a kind heavy sound that they are proud to call their own. D.C.T.S. thrives on pushing themselves to create bigger and better songs and performances for their audiences.
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Through the ashes and embers of previous bands, four brethren from various musical spectrums bonded in unity. Forged upon the cold decrepit hills of Shrewsbury, Humdinger & The Bucksnort emerged from the mists. They fearlessly accept the challenge of creating something new. Unbound by stereotypes and genres they bridge gaps between all musical realms. Based solely on the lucid notion of taking a serious approach to writing music without taking themselves too seriously.
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Weird, proggy, thrashy, but always friendly metal from the folks in No Son of Mine, from Burlington Vermont.
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Resurrecting dead space. Swallowing galaxies.
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"Voices in Vain started as a small side project between long time friends Jeremy Urtz and Lucas Tabshey. They started recording demos for fun in a dorm room at Lyndon State College. Early in their collegiate career, they met Scott Mullin, Dyllan Durham, and Patrick Boccio through different classes and social situations. After several collaborative attempts with each individual, as well as others, these five came together in the fall of 2014. After being involved in the creation of the Metal scene in their local community, ViV went on to record their debut EP with Julian Mazzola (Aminals – “Dead Air,” Lions Lions – “Changing the Definition” and many more.) The band embarked on an EP release tour in late August 2014, in which they met success at each show, earning new fans and selling plenty of merchandise. Ultimately, Voices in Vain is made up of five down-to-earth guys looking to make enjoyable music spreading social, global, economic, and self-awareness. They want to be different and indescribable, something that is rare in an oversaturated scene. Make sure to check out their 2015 EP and keep your eyes open for future tour dates as well as their debut album."
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