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Saturday July 23 2022
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
 
•••  ALL AGES
$15
State Line Empire
www.statelineempire.net/
 hard rock nu-metal
The Alive
www.thealive.net/
 rock
Blackwülf
www.blackwulfusa.com/
 stoner metal



State Line Empire
-from San Francisco, CA
-State Line Empire is a San Francisco Bay-Area hard rock band that brings edgy guitar hooks, aggressive yet melodic vocals and a crushing rhythm section to the stage and screen alike. The Empire is composed of Tony Malson (lead vocals), Thomas Cruce (lead guitar), Jay Michaelis (drums) and Scott Proctor (bass). This powerhouse of a band is known for their hit single ‘Drive Me’ featuring legendary guitarist, Slash. “A song that’s very representative of the band. It’s got a great hook, its catchy, and it just rocks!” –Slash. Other favorites such as ‘Kill It With Fire’ and ‘Cut’ will also get your blood pumping. They’ve played many great shows all over California. From the infamous Whisky a Go Go on the Hollywood Sunset Strip to the iconic Slim’s in San Francisco. They’ve supported several national headliners such as Skid-Row, John 5, Black Star Riders, Powerman 5000, Hed PE, HammerFall, Flotsam and Jetsam and many more. SLE is excited to announce the release of a brand new full length album set to drop this coming fall!  So keep an ear out for some ripping new tunes!  We will see you soon!



The Alive
-from Laguna Beach, CA
-Influenced by Queens of the Stone Age, Black Sabbath, Rush, Herbie Hancock, and The Meters, The Alive is a California based rock band launched between surf & skate sessions in 2018.

Since then they’ve already played Lollapalooza Chile, WSL Kelly Slater’s The Founder’s Cup, BottleRock’s main stage, Boardmasters England, Ohana Fest, Sold-Out Jam Cellars Ballroom with Taylor Hawkins’ Chevy Metal, Bowlpark Chile, Punta de Lobos Chile, Deadfamous Newquay England, Surf Music & Friends Spain, GoPro Hq, ISA World Surfing Games, KJEE Fourth of July, and more.

Featuring Bastian Evans age 15 on guitar & vocals with brothers Kai & Manoa Neukermans ages 16 and 12 on drums and bass. The Alive have been skating, surfing and rocking together from ages 6 and 8.

The Alive was named one of Stab Magazine’s “30 Under 30 Culture Shifters of Tomorrow” and the boys have been featured in Whalebone Magazine NY, Santa Cruz Waves, Riff Magazine, Surfline, Guitar Player, Soundwaves TV and Blurred Culture.

Combining their passion for surfing, ocean conservation and music, The Alive! has performed benefit concerts for Surfrider Foundation, Surfers Against Sewage in England, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and Save The Waves. They are a BYOBottle artist working to reduce single use plastics.




Blackwülf
-from Oakland, CA
-"Oakland's Blackwülf bring some serious
stoner vibes to the party, hitting the listener
with some fat bottomed rock" - Decibel magazine
 
"The soundtrack to the apocalypse has arrived"
9.5 out of 10 stars - Maximum Volume
 
"With such strong writing chops and an invigorating
feeling of authenticity surrounding them,
Blackwülf carve their name into the
history books, marking themselves as the
flagbearers for stoner rock in 2015." - GIGsoup
 
"Heavy on the heavy, doomy on the riffing,
this vintage metal band from Oakland, CA
has hit the nail on the proverbial head."
- Heavy Planet