Going to keep on keeping on with the touring press announcements with this one from the folks handling the affairs of the band Echo Black. Check it out. I’ll return at the close.
The Press Release:
ECHO BLACK + MOONFALLTo Hit The Road ForThe Break Of Dawn TourSeptember 30th – November 2nd…visually alluring… Echo Black’s makeup and wardrobe play a major role in its presentation, which strongly embraces both glam and modern rock fashion.” – Billboard”Echo Black are on the rise.” – Fuse”…heartfelt lyrics that perfectly contrast against dramatic guitar shreds…” – Huffington Post Queer Voices”In an age of politically-charged music, listeners demand more from their artists. Echo Black frontman Danny Blu insists they’re up for the challenge.” – Popdust(New York, NY) Pop/rock band Echo Black is excited to announce their The Break Of Dawn Tour which will hit the Northeast this Fall. This time they’re bringing along fellow NYC pop/rock band Moonfall when they hit the road on October 6th. The first show of the first leg of the tour will kick off in Niagara Falls, NY at The Evening Star and wrap up on November 2nd in New York, NY at American Beauty. Fans can purchase tickets now, link below.
Recently, Echo Black released their newest single and music video for “Dawn” off their upcoming album of the same title. The band teamed up with Walter Dicristina and Axel Otero to record the song and recruited Chris Newhard (Sia, Jessie J, Train) to bring the track to life. After premiering their last video for “Chemicals” which was produced by Matt Squire (One Direction, Kesha, Ariana Grande) as well as Andros Rodriguez (Shakira, Justin Timberlake) and also directed by Chris Newhard on Billboard, the band met and exceeded their goal on Indiegogo raising over $13,000 to fund their new release. Dawn is set to drop on Friday, October 13th. Watch “Dawn” exclusively on AXS, here:
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Artist: Wednesday 13
Venue: The Studio at Webster Hall (New York, NY)
Opener: One-Eyed Doll, Echo Black, Candy Brain, Metallica, Open Your Eyes
Label: Independent Artist
I’ve been a fan of the stuff that Wednesday 13 has been doing since I first heard the album “Fang Bang” and in case you didn’t realize this, that particular album recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. I discussed this as one of my “Milestone” posts and you can reflect upon its Horror Punk awesomeness on THIS LINK. It’s been a few years since I’ve caught Mr. 13 in concert and I think that last time was in 2013 in this very room. The show tonight was supposed to be upstairs in the roomier Marlin Room but one of the support acts needed to use the space as they were performing in the grand ballroom since down here was going to be too tight. I made sure to get to the club in time to catch everyone since I liked the whole setup this evening. Here is how the show went for those that couldn’t join in on the fun.
Candy Brain: I’m going to say that this is the second time that I’ve caught Candy Brain in concert and as far as an Independent Gothic Pop project I rather like them. They are fronted by Bunny who used to do a little keyboard for them and she has a whole Wednesday Addams appeal to her. Chelsea plays the bass while Anton plays guitar. There is no drummer and the band performed to programmed tracks. This aspect takes a little bit away from the “looseness” of the band and the ability to be more free form during a set but it seems to work for them. The crowd this evening seemed to enjoy what was going on up on the stage and immediately afterward the band was hanging around the venue and the merchandise booth. Yeah, they are considered “the local act” on the bill but they handled themselves well and that makes me sad to announce that this was their very last gig for the foreseeable future. They have a CD and a cool button available so hit their Facebook Page and order one up and demand that they return sooner than later. Now it was time for Echo Black.
Continue reading Wednesday 13 @ The Studio at Webster Hall (9/27/2016)