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Rage On The Stage Tour

OPENING ACT(s): We Came As Romans , The Word Alive , Escape The Fate

Tue 10/24

Doors 6:00 / Show 6:45
Electric Factory
— $24 ADV - $27 DOS | All Ages
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Certain moments in life change everything. The trajectory splinters, and there’s no turning back. I Prevail—Brian Burkheiser [clean vocals], Eric Vanlerberghe [harsh vocals], Steve Menoian [guitar], Dylan Bowman [rhythm guitar] —explore this phenomenon within the title of their full-length debut, Lifelines [Fearless Records]. I Prevail are no strangers to this experience. After the release of the band’s 2014 debut EP, Heart vs. Mind, nothing would ever be the same. The EP moved over 100,000 copies as the Detroit band toured with the likes of Hollywood Undead and Crown The Empire. Meanwhile, the group’s cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” sold 300,000-plus singles, went Top 20 on Active Rock Radio, and generated over 22 million views on YouTube and 17 million-plus Spotify streams (consistently remaining in the Top 10 of the platform’s Viral Chart). The band would be nominated for “Breakthrough Band” at the 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards and garner features from Billboard, Detroit Free Press, AXS, Loudwire, and many more. Everything has aligned and set the stage perfectly their debut full-length, Lifelines. In early 2016, the boys retreated to Wall of Sound Studios in the small and secluded town of Riley, Michigan to work with trusted producers B.J. Perry and John Pregler. With nearly two years on the road under their collective belt, the group had fully realized their style, merging entrancing hooks and a powerful and pummeling sonic backdrop. Ultimately, Lifelines sees I Prevail take another big collective life step. Lifelines debuted at #3 on Alternative Albums, #4 Hard Music Albums, #5 Rock Albums, #9 Top Album, and #15 on the Billboard Top 200, with Alternative Press naming Lifelines one of the Best Debut albums of 2016. The band's single "Stuck In Your Head" reaching #1 on SiriusXM Octane Radio.


  • We Came As Romans

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    “Though we’ve grown as individuals, musicians, and as a band over the years, we have never changed the meaning behind what our band is, and if anything, on this record we found even greater meaning and purpose in the message we are trying to send to listeners,” shares We Came As Romans’ lyricist and guitarist Joshua Moore. We Came As Romans’ latest album – Tracing Back Roots – pushes the six-piece band into new musical territory, by showcasing co-vocalist Dave Stephens in a new light. In addition to his always powerful, yet articulate, screams, Stephens now also displays rich, melodic tones and gritty textures on clean vocals that perfectly compliment the soaring, smooth croons of co-vocalist Kyle Pavone. Musically,Tracing Back Roots expands on the band’s signature anthemic sound and inspirational themes, offering sweeping guitars interlaced with delicate synth interludes and explosive percussive elements. The resulting album is their catchiest and most universally relatable music to date.

  • The Word Alive

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    On their fourth full-length album Dark matter [Fearless Records], The World Alive Amplify every aspect of their signature sound. The lyrics are more personal. The melodies are more engaging. The songs are bigger. Produced by from the first to last guitarist Matt Good, it's the apex of their sound to date. The Phoenix heavy alternative quintet began transmitting their message in 2009. 2010’s full-length deceiver solidified them as a fan favorite as hey tirelessly toured alongside the likes of Killswitch Engage, The Devil Wears Prada, A Day to Remember, Motionless in White and more- in addition to numerous stints on the Vans Warped Tour. Alternative Press and Revolver have sung their praises. Modern drummer featured Luke for his work in the band ad his mega-popular YouTube covers. Guitar world ha spotlighted the interplay between Tony and Zack and their twin attack. 2014 saw Real. land at #4 on Billboard’s top hard rock albums chart, #7 on the top independent albums chart and #33 on the top 200. However, everything paved the way for the world for The World Alive’s biggest, boldest, and bravest statement in Dark Matter.

  • Escape The Fate

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    When a band has had as storied and, at times, controversial a first decade in the limelight as Escape The Fate, there is often a temptation to focus on that past, rather than concentrating on the future. Yet after releasing their fifth, and arguably most significant studio album to date, the upcoming chapters of the Vegas quartet’s career not only look bright, but are set to resolutely be their best yet. “This new album is, without any question in my mind, the best thing that has ever borne the Escape The Fate name, by a distance,” enthuses frontman Craig Mabbitt with no hint of hesitation. A remarkable statement given the last two ETF records gatecrashed the Billboard top 30. “Sonically, we’ve always been a diverse band who have everything from ballads to really heavy songs - and our fans expect that - but I think on this album we’ve gone full force with it. The heaviest songs are the heaviest we’ve ever written, and the poppy songs are the poppiest we’ve ever done. We came to this kind of ‘who cares what people think of us’ realization this time around - we’re amplifying everything that we love about this band in all directions and it has been incredibly liberating.”