Seasons After

Seasons After

Guns Out At Sundown, 13 NAILS, Infinite conscious, Saphyre Rain

Sun Feb 19 2017

7:00 pm

This event is all ages

Seasons After
Seasons After
Hailing from the heartland, Seasons After is American hard rock personified.

The Kansas five-piece lives and breathes the grind, the grit, and soul of hard rock, and after a three-year hiatus is back with a vengeance. Packing an arsenal of new music — and a few surprises forthcoming — Seasons After is ready to make some serious noise in 2014.

"So Long Goodbye," the lead single off of SA's upcoming album Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, and first offering since 2010's popular cover of G Tom Mac's "Cry Little Sister" and "Getting Even", is not only a testament to the band's resurgence into the hard rock circuit, but a stimulating taste of what the band has really been up to the past three years.

"A lot of bands go through the quote-unquote music business horror stories, which is basically what happened to us. But thankfully we were able to come out on the other side—and that is exactly what the whole album is about," says guitarist and founding member Chris Dawson.

"So Long Goodbye" is available now on iTunes.

Formed in Wichita in 2006, Seasons After found early success on Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, and Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival—sharing the stage and touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Stone Sour, Halestorm, Godsmack, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, Chevelle, Sevendust, Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, Five Finger Death Punch, Seether, Three Days Grace, and more.

The band's first label release, Through Tomorrow, was well received by both domestic and international audiences with the lead single "Cry Little Sister" peaking at No. 13 on the Active Rock Charts and making its way into rotation on MTV, Vh1, and Spike. SA's sophomore single "Getting Even" earned the band a second Top 50 single, making SA one of the most requested artists in active rock.

Seasons After amicably parted ways with original front man Chris Shlichting in 2010, who was replaced by Texas-born hard rock and metal vocalist Tony Housh. SA's current lineup consists of founding member Chris Dawson (guitar), Tim Rails (drums), Housh (vox), James Beattie (guitar), and the most recent addition, Jesse Saint on bass.

Currently in post-production mode for Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, Seasons After fans will be happy to know that the band has several major announcements in the works, including the record release date and a highly anticipated live performance schedule.

"The plan right now is to make as much noise as we can," says Dawson. "After everything that has happened, we're all still brothers."

Fans can currently request "So Long Goodbye" on Sirius XM radio and their local hard rock radio stations!
Guns Out At Sundown
Beers, Beards, and Breakdowns.
13 Nails over the last couple years has become the band to keep your eyes and ears out for! From playing small bars to national events 13 Nails brings a big show to the stage. Fast paced songs and surreal imagery the band is becoming an unstoppable force. They have shared the stage with Jason Charles Miller, Wayne Static, Saving Abel, Michale Graves formerly of the Misfits, Texas Hippie Coalition, John 5(Rob Zombie), Pop Evil, DOPE, Wednesday 13 and many others always leaving the crowd wanting more. Over the course of 2014 they have spent their time promoting the EP “Lights, Camera, Slaughter” with success. With 2015 looking like an even more promising year for the group a full album will be released late 2015. While developing the new sound of horror, 13 Nails evolved into a Rock N' Roll Horror Show, with the 2016 release of "American Grindhouse" the band is in full effect of touring, promotion and rocking the graveyard.
Infinite conscious
This is the official page of Infinite Conscious.The progressive metal band from Greeley, Colorado, USA. The band is made up of Chris Blackman, Cody Martinez, Todd Dack, Morgan Mayfield, and their infinite consciousness. Infinite Conscious is a collection of inspiration from the thought process of the human mind, from being perfectly content, finding one's self, to heart break and complete disarray within our own minds. The members in the band have come from different backgrounds of music, but mostly from the heavy metal scene of Greeley. Joining forces, and bringing a lot of diversity in their new sound. With heavier roots from their former metal bands of course, but also a more enlightened melodic progressive side. The band is set to hit the recording studio in plans of releasing their debut CD "Trials Of Tribulations" in 2017. So stay tuned and stay conscious!
Venue Information:
Hodi's Half Note
167 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO, 80524