Art Of Dying w/ Children 18:3, Letters From The Fire, Mindspank, & Knox Vomika
You've heard their songs, now come hear them live in an experience that only Diamondz can bring to Southern Idaho!
Tickets go on-sale Monday, 06/20/16 at 10am. They are $15 in advance, $20 day of show, and may be purchased online at JeromeTickets.com, from Diamondz in Jerome, or from any opening band member.
There are also a VERY SMALL number of Reserved tickets available for $25. They get you a reserved seat so you don't need to be at the front of the line to be able to sit (like you'll be sitting anyway, lol).
To attend, you must be 15+ with a parent or guardian, or 18+ otherwise. Full bar available to those 21+ with valid ID. Doors are at 7:00pm, show starts at 7:30pm.
Contemplating getting a room, but just not quite sure? Mention that you are going to this show when you book a room at the Jerome Days Inn (208-324-6400) and get a double room for $55 + tax!
--- Art Of Dying ---
Art Of Dying is a five-piece rock band fronted by Jonny Hetherington. The Vancouver, Canada based group is the newest signing to Reprise Records/Intoxication Records, the label started by David Draiman and Dan Donegan of the multi-platinum selling band Disturbed. Their first single, "Die Trying", is impacting now and available on iTunes.
--- Children 18:3 ---
On the right side of the stage you see David, lead vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist. Chopped black hair around piecing eyes that bleed black mascara. Sleeveless, torn, jean-jacketed, a vision of a classic era, spirit of 77. On the left side of the stage Lee Marie swings her bass high above her platinum blonde maelstrom, supported by white high-heels. She screams with lipstck-laden vocal yelps and finger-points to the sky. And behind, Seth twirls his sticks and bashes in rhythm to complete the whirlwind that is...Children 18:3.
Then come the sounds, cutting your face like glass shrapnel. You hear classic song structure, guitar crunch, and fast driving beats. Just the right blend of melody and muscle, exchanged between the male and female voices onstage, to make this bit more universal than simple two-dimensional aggression. You hear songs, not just riffs with outfits. Rock songs you can grab a hold of, yet completely raw in presentation. And finally, the words are defiant, poetic, and
communal. Just the type of thing a starving musical climate needs:
A reminder of everything that was once right about punk and rock n roll.
--- Letters From The Fire ---
These are our stories our trials and tribulations. This is who we are.Thats Mike Keller, the guitarist/founder behind the Bay Area rock powerhouse Letters From the Fire, explaining his bands moniker. Ostensibly lifted from an old lyric, the phrase now serves as both a reminder of the bands sometimes turbulent originas well as a rallying cry as the group moves forward and (re)introduces themselves to the music world.
While Letters From the Fire has existed for a bit, the group only recently solidified a lineup that best represents Kellers original vision (the band is rounded out by Alexa Kabazie, Cameron Stucky, Clayton Wages and Brian Sumwalt).
The band found a modicum of early success doing national tours with the likes of Fuel, Trapt, Non Point and Pop Evil, recording with former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody and scoring a few rock radio hits (Zombies in the Sun, a cover of Eleanor Rigby).
--- MindSpank ---
Heavy metal staple Mindspank is back!
--- KNOX VOMIKA ---
This hybrid of One Second Till Forever and Dogs on the Lam shouldn't be missed! These guys SERIOUSLY rock!
Diamondz Event Center (View)
220 W. Main St
Jerome, ID 83338
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|