Posts Tagged ‘Citizen Zero’

Lexxi Foxx, Michael Starr and Satchel of Steel Panther

LIVE PHOTOS: Steel Panther, Citizen Zero
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Review by Greg Maki
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It’s nothing short of amazing that Steel Panther, a band originating from–and still based on–a joke, still is going strong today. The ‘80s hair metal parody act just released its fourth studio album, Lower the Bar, and is out on a headlining tour across the United States. It nearly filled Baltimore’s Rams Head Live on a recent Friday night, and for good reason–you won’t find a better rock ‘n’ roll party. (more…)

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Elize Ryd of Amaranthe

LIVE PHOTOS: Amaranthe, Failure Anthem, Citizen Zero, Cypher16, Smash into Pieces
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Review by Jeff Maki
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It had been more than two years since I had seen Amaranthe open for Within Temptation (read review), also in Baltimore, Maryland. Now, with the success of Massive Addictive and its most recent album, Maximalism, Amaranthe has graduated from opening act to headliner. This was the third to last show of its North American Maximalism Tour, which featured four bands in support. (more…)

Photos by Greg Maki (more…)

Amaranthe

Amaranthe

Swedish band Amaranthe has announced a U.S. headlining tour for early 2017, with support from Failure Anthem, Citizen Zero, Cypher 16 and Smash into Pieces. The tour is the band’s first in support of its latest release, Maximalism, which came out in October via Spinefarm Records and featured the single “That Song.” Listen to it below.

“It is with great excitement that we can now confirm the next leg of our Maximalism world tour: North America!” said guitarist Olof Mörck. “A year has passed since our last visit, and we have been looking forward greatly to return!

“Joining us on this trek will be very special guests Failure Anthem, along with special guests Citizen Zero, Cypher 16 and Smash into Pieces, for a full evening’s worth of cutting edge metal from both sides of the Atlantic! Prepare yourself as the juggernaut known as the Maximalism world tour prepares to lay siege to your city in early 2017. All shall march to the sound of Maximalism!”

Tour dates are below. (more…)