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Sunday May 22 2022

[as of 4/12/2022]
The previously scheduled show—with Planet Of Zeus
— is canceled. All advance tickets get refunded.

Sunday May 22 2022
  <<< rescheduled from 5/23/2021 <<from 11/22/20 <<from 4/26/20
 8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
 •••  21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
Planet of Zeus
 Heavy Rock
Void Vator  ------Fatso Jetson off the bill
 hard rock heavy metal
 Rock/ Metal/ Psychedelic

Planet of Zeus  
Babis Papanikolaou-Vox & Guitars
Stelios Provis-Guitars
Giannis Vrazos- Bass
Serapheim Giannakopoulos-Drums
-from Athens, Greece

-Planet of Zeus are a heavy rock band from Athens, Greece. They have been
around since 2000, playing extensively throughout their home country, just
about anywhere they could, ranging from house parties to stadiums. Their raw,
sincere and constantly evolving live performances have secured them a loyal
and hardcore underground following, which exceeds Greece's geographical
borders. After 7 consecutive European tours, supporting Clutch at their 2015
Psychic Warfare European tour and several high profile festivals (Graspop,
Bloodstock etc), Planet of Zeus played their biggest ever headline show in their
hometown, Athens, at the prestigious SNFCC park, to an audience of 8500

Planet of Zeus have released 5 albums. "Eleven the hard way" was released in
April 2008, through Casket Music/ Copro Records (UK). The album, although
a debut, received great reviews from magazines, such as Metal Hammer and
Kerrang and even Bruce Dickinson featured it on his BBC radio show. The
sophomore album "Macho Libre"�, released in May 2011, through B-Otherside
Records, was the album, that established the band as a major act in Greece and
started creating a European buzz around Planet of Zeus. Since then, their two
official music videos, "Leftovers"� and "Vanity suit" have become classics. With
their third album,"Vigilante"(2014, ihaveadrum records), the band upped the
ante and created their own distinct blend of riff heavy, groove laden rock 'n roll.
In 2016 they released their fourth album, "Loyal to the Pack" (ihaveadrum
records), an album, which at first shocked their fans, with its deep, esoteric
lyrics and highly melodic songwriting, but quickly became the band's best
selling release. In 2018 they released "Live in Athens" (ihaveadrum records),
their first ever live album, which featured a best-of selection of songs,
showcased the band's songwriting evolution through the years and managed to
capture their undeniable on-stage chemistry.

Void Vator
-from Los Angeles, CA

-Formed in December of 2014, Void Vator is a hard rock/heavy metal band based out of Los Angeles, CA. Piecing together their debut EP, Dehumanized with Grammy nominated hard rock producer Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Deftones, Metalocalypse) the band had the world at their feet. Hitting the road hard and often after teaming up with Ripple Music and Tone Deaf Touring they have established their presence as scene newcomers who go for the throat. Void Vator recently dove back into the studio with world renowned producer Bill Metoyer (Slayer, DRI, Bodycount) to record a new EP, entitled Stranded. Determined to take the world by storm and driving to ever more twisted heights, Void Vator are balls out rock and roll and they are here to stay.

Luke Rauch : Vocals/ Guitar
Keith Rich: Drums
Drew Rauch: Vocals/ Bass
-from Des Moines, IA

-Growing up in the small rural farm towns of Iowa can have an effect on youth coming into their own. For the most part, people tend to stay in their bubbles, work in the towns they grew up in and the world stays as it has been their entire lives. As young kids, Luke, Keith and Drew would daydream about playing music in front of crowds, much like their idols Metallica and Iron Maiden. Finding others to share this love and longing for musical joy was fleeting for most children, but there was something about this world that stuck for the trio. Long days spent air drumming and shredding on invisible guitars to downloaded Napster rips of "Ride the Lightning" and "Enter Sandman" soon transitioned to real instruments, real songs and real audiences. In 2008, Druids formed out of necessity with hopes of being able to play their brand of heavy riff-laden fuzz and devastation to people beyond their starting point of Pella, Iowa. In a short period of time, they had their first batch of songs, which became "Pray For Water". Gaining momentum in the capital city of Des Moines, the band had opportunities to play with several touring acts. They continued to write songs, becoming more complex while pushing their own personal boundaries and abilities to create something new. "Monument", is a testament to a decade's worth of songwriting chops they have worked hard to hone, crafting more forays into new territory, expounding on their newly stretched skills. As the characters in their songs have become tried, tested, scarred and changed, Druids bare those growing pains of experience in like-kind. "Monument" promises to be a blistering 30 minutes of the band's most confident work to date, putting in every ounce of hard work and tenacity they could muster.