MRG Concerts Presents:


with THE PLOT IN YOU, Dance Gavin Dance, and Crown The Empire
November 19, 2018
Doors at:
6:00 pm
Age restriction:
All Ages
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MRG Concerts Presents:
w/ THE PLOT IN YOU, Dance Gavin Dance, and Crown The Empire
The Vogue Theatre
All Ages Welcome
Monday November 19
Doors 6:00pm

Ticket Price:
GA adv: $38.25 + S/C
GA DOS Price: $42.25 + S/C

MRG Concerts Pre-Sale: Thursday, July 19 @ 10:00 AM local (password ERASEME)
Public on-sale: Friday, July 20 @ 10:00 AM local

Tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1732029

Erase Me VIP Meet & Greet Experience with Underoath


Meet & Greet with Underoath
Access to an intimate souncheck with Underoath
Photo opportunity with members of Underoath
One Underoath “Erase Me” slip-mat for turntable
One Underoath “Erase Me” Flag
Early entry
First access merch shopping
One 3D commemorative laminate

CLICK HERE – https://ticket.warnermusic.com/events/26828

With eight years having passed since we last heard new music from Underøath, that near decade-length absence weighed heavily upon music lovers’ hearts. When you consider all of the bands that formed using their idiosyncratic power and texture as blueprints (and then hearing those pretenders fail anyway), you can clearly see the hole Underøath left behind. Whatever real-life worries, psychic baggage or other concerns plagued Spencer Chamberlain, Aaron Gillespie, Tim McTague, Chris Dudley, Grant Brandell and James Smith at the time of their 2013 farewell tour, Underøath’s collective consciousness has been fortified by a renewed commitment to their art. On their Fearless Records debut Erase Me, Underøath have added another crucial chapter to their formidable legacy. Erase Me is the apex where melodic heft, indefatigable power, spatial resonance and arcane electronic textures converge to reveal a band that’s positively fearless. The band who once openly–and without apology–professed their faith-based worldview onstage nightly, have since moved beyond the realm of seemingly impenetrable polemics. At various junctures, Erase Me illustrates those moments of sanctuary, anxiety, betrayal and conflict that inevitably arise when humanity grapples with belief systems. Even with a comeback title seemingly marinating in self-fulfilling prophecy, nobody in their right mind would dare delete Underøath’s measurable contribution to the advancement of post-hardcore and heavy rock.

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