Hatebreed brings The Concrete Confessionals Tour to Cleveland’s House of Blues this Saturday wsg/Dying Fetus/Code Orange/Twitching Tongues.

This Saturday night, December 2nd, the House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio and Monster Energy are proud to present The Concrete Confessionals World Tour headlined by Hatebreed. Joining the Grammy nominated group will be Dying Fetus, Code Orange and Twitching Tongues.

Formed in 1994 in Bridgeport and New Haven, CT, Hatebreed has released seven studio albums, the latest; “The Concrete Confessionals” was dropped in May of last year under the Nuclear Blast Entertainment and rose to #25 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. The current tour named after the release kicked off on November 22 in Poughkeepsie, New York and will run through December 9 at Sayreville, New Jersey’s Starland Ballroom. It is a celebration of 20 years of “Desire” and 15 years of “Perseverance” by the metalcore stalwarts.

Hatebreed, who was nominated for a Grammy in 2004 for Best Metal Performance for their song ‘Live for This’ from their 2003 album “The Rise of Brutality”, features original members Jamey Jasta (vocals) and Chris Beattie (bass). Wayne Lozinak played rhythm guitar in the beginning of the band but left in 1996 only to return in 2009. Matt Byrne sits atop the throne behind the kit while Frank Novinec takes care of the lead guitar.

Dying Fetus is a three-piece death metal band that has been on the scene since 1991. They got their start in Upper Marlboro, Maryland and worked tirelessly ever since. They have produced eight albums including “Wrong One to Fuck With” under the Relapse Records label which hit the shelves earlier this year.

John Gallagher is the lone member of the band that was around in 1991. He is the driving force behind the group and does double duty with vocals and the guitar. Sean Beasley helps out with the vocals while pounding the bass. Completing the powerful trio is Trey Williams on drums.

Code Orange’s 2017 album “Forever” was nominated for the Metal Album of the Year by the Loudwire Music Awards.  Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA they are known for their hardcore punk sound with a dash of 90’s grunge.

The Roadrunner Records signee consists of Eric Balderose (guitar, vocals), Reba Myers (vocals, bass), Jami Morgan (vocals, drums), Joe Goldman (bass) and Dominic Landolina (guitar, b/u vocals).

Getting the evening’s festivities started will be Twitching Tongues out of Los Angeles, CA. Signed with Metal Blade Records/Closed Caskets Activities, the band got its start in 2009 and has since traveled the world including headlining tours in the US as well as playing gigs in Europe, Japan and Australia.

Colin (vocals) and Taylor Young (guitar/vocals) were the masterminds of Twitching Tongues and are still as hard working today as they were then. The rest of the lineup has F. Sean Martin on guitar, Anthonie Gonzales thumping the bass and Cayle Sain pounding on the drums.

Tickets for the all age’s event can be purchased at www.livenation.com or by visiting www.hatebreed.com. Cost is $25 in advance and $30 the day of the show. Upgraded reserved balcony seats and VIP purchases can be made on the House of Blues website.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Until then this is Big L saying ‘keep those horns up and rock on’!! \m/ \m/

 

 

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Larry Ritter About Larry Ritter

Hello my name is Larry Ritter, or “Big L” to most of my friends. I’m a production supervisor for a major manufacturer of auto parts here in northwest Ohio. I received an Associate’s degree from Owen’s Community College where I graduated cum laude honors. I have a true passion for music, sports, photography and riding motorcycles. My love for these things are surpassed by just one thing, family, which includes two sons, a daughter and eight grandchildren.

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