Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
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I The Mighty
Progressive / Indie / Alternative
Sam Carter, Tom Searle, Dan Searle, and Alex Edwin Dean.
-From Brighton, UK.
-With influences ranging from Hatebreed, to Shadows Fall, to the Dillinger Escape Plan, Brighton, England's Architects play a complex mixture of metalcore, death, and math metal, laced with alternately violent and comedic lyrics.
After getting their start in 2005, Architects recorded their debut album, Nightmares, the very next year with a lineup consisting of twin brothers Tom and Dan Searle, Tim Hillier-Brook, Tim Lucas, and Matt Johnson, though the three would be replaced by Sam Carter and Alex Edwin Dean in the future.
Architects recorded their sophomore effort in 2007, Ruin, and signed a worldwide deal with Century Media for its re-release in 2008. Their first American tour was next on the agenda, and saw the group paired up with Suicide Silence, Beneath the Massacre, and the Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, among other bands. Upon their return to England, Architects recorded their third album, Hollow Crown, which arrived in 2009. It's fourth album, 2011's Here And Now, was relatively subdued post-hardcore, though the band transitioned back to a heavier sound with 2012's Daybreaker.
Jason Aalon Butler, Jean Nascimento, Ryan Jay Johnson, and Jeff Sahyoun.
-From Los Angeles, California.
-It's been a while since music has had a rebellious voice. Not since Rage Against the Machine put their fist in the air, in the land of hypocrisy has there been such an unmitigated combustion of sonic ferocity fueled by relentless passion and intrepid ideology. At least not until letlive came along.
LA's volatile four-piece rock band fanned the flames of discontent with their critically praised record, Fake History, for a new generation of fans three years ago, and today have announced their long-awaited return with one of the year's most anticipated albums, The Blackest Beautiful, out now via Epitaph Records.
Jerry Roush, Travis Sykes, Chad Hasty, and Joshua Travis.
-From Hampton, Virginia.
-Glass Cloud offers a sense of controlled chaos fueled by frontman Jerry Roush's deep, ferocious growls and distinct, gritty cleans. Travis' phenomenal guitarwork and ability to constantly surprise listeners stands out as he displays the perfect balance between energetic, driving intricacies and calmer progressions that carry a dark, eerie tone. Sykes and Hasty, graduates of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, rule the rhythm section contributing unique cadences and swinging, jazzy grooves interlaced with softer symphonic touches. Glass Cloud shines as the members deliver some of their heaviest and most technical compositions to date.
I The Mighty
Brent Walsh, Ian Pedigo, Chris Hinkley, and Blake Dahlinger.
-From San Francisco, California.
-Since their inception in 2007, I The Mighty has melded together effortlessly and has already compiled an impressive following of support on the West coast, seeing regular rotation on local modern rock station Live 105 and sharing stages with the likes of Hawthorne Heights, There For Tomorrow, Deftones, and more.
Poignant and thought-provoking, I The Mighty's material envelops listeners with dramatic and dreamlike imagery. Inspired partly by life experience and partly by dreams, thematic elements are woven throughout their songs, adding to the overall musical effect.