Scarlett O'Hara, Sleep Waker, Somewhere to call Home, Thrpii
They say everything is bigger in the Lone Star State, and this is certainly the case for South Texas Metalcore outlaws, Scarlett O'Hara. After a brief hiatus, the McAllen, Texas, based 5 piece has charged back into the scene and will follow up their highly reviewed Rise Records debut album "Lost in Existence" with a newly announced sophomore LP Welcome Back To The Brodeo, out 8-10-18.
Scarlett O'Hara has shared the stage with some of the biggest acts in the genre such as Bring Me The Horizon, The Devil Wears Prada, Asking Alexandria, UnderOath, ATTILA, Motionless In White, and many more during their 10 years in the touring circuit.
Formed in 2008, Scarlett O'Hara has been a mainstay in the Metalcore community ever since, pushing the genre further with their high paced signature style now known as South Texas Metalcore, an unrelenting barrage of sound that'll make you think you were kicked in the face by a pissed off Bull.
Hailing from McAllen, TX, a small town bordering Mexico,
Scarlett O'Hara's live show can only be described as a volatile mix of Southern attitude that erupts on stage, leaving those in attendance on edge and screaming for more. With a new album just a few months away, you can expect to see Scarlett O'Hara in a town near you, just don't say you weren't warned! As the opening line to the new album states "this act is not for the faint of heart".
Sleep Waker - Nü metalcore from Grand Rapids, MI focused on delivering both heavy music and an interesting and unique sound.
Somewhere to Call Home brings a nü element to metalcore- literally. Taking influence from old school nü metal as well as metalcore giants of the last decade such as Sworn In and Cane Hill leaves Somewhere to Call Home (abbreviated S.T.C.H.) with a nasty amalgamation of turbulent, pounding choruses and grooving rhythms packed with lyrical energy. Vocalist Alex Wheatley packs raw emotion, woe, and frustration into his brutal outcries, creating powerful songs for a continually growing audience to resonate with. With a message to spread and a fierce live set to back it up, S.T.C.H. aims to build on the traction theyve gathered thus far and multiply it tenfold.
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28 west 39th ave
Spokane, WA 99201
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