Death By Stereo

Death By Stereo

Tsunami Bomb, Hilltop Rats, Dreadful Children

Sat, March 2, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

Death By Stereo
Death By Stereo
Death By Stereo is a melodic hardcore band from Orange County, California. It started in 1996 by frontman Efrem Schulz, who is the only constant member.
Tsunami Bomb
Tsunami Bomb
Hailing from the town of Petaluma, CA., just north of San Francisco since 1998, TSUNAMI BOMB was the brain child of bassist/vocalist Dominic Davi and keyboard/vocalist Oobliette Sparks. Wanting to combine influences from the darker punk of the Northern California scene, with the classic sounds of Southern California hardcore, TSUNAMI BOMB set itself apart from its fellow bands early on with energetic and dynamic live shows, dual female vocals, and atmospheric synths that helped quickly build a fiercely loyal fan base and led them to be a headlining Warped Tour staple. This continued until after two full albums on Kung Fu Records, many line-up changes, and many more miles traveled, North Bay’s TSUNAMI BOMB finally went on hiatus in 2005. Fast forward to 2016, where due to fan demand Kung Fu Records has collected the early, now out-of-print and rare E.P.'s into a 14 track LP collection, "Trust No One". Not wanting the collection to just quietly appear on the shelves with no notice, the founding members Davi, Oobliette Sparks, and drummer Gabe Lindeman were convinced to reform TSUNAMI BOMB with the help of vocalist Kate Jacobi in order to properly support the release. After being joined officially by guitarist Andy Pohl, this now rejuvenated TSUNAMI BOMB has continued to sell out shows across the US and make major appearances from the Vans Warped Tour to the Texas Remember The Punks festival, and having Rolling Stone Magazine name their album “The Ultimate Escape” #31 on their list of the “Top 50 Punk Albums Of All Time” (November 2017). TSUNAMI BOMB has successfully been earning its fan base back and rebuilding their loyal army, The Tsunami Bomb Squad just like they did in the old days…one show at a time. The band is now moving forward and working on a brand-new record slated for a 2018 release, while performing in select markets
Hilltop Rats
Hilltop Rats
Hilltop Rats are a progressive punk rock band hailing from Tacoma, WA. Since starting the band in 2013 they have opened up for bands such as Suicidal Tendencies, D.O.A., Guttermouth, Ten Foot Pole, Good Riddance, etc. The band has spent the past few years playing around the northwest and have recently signed with Hermosa Beach based Felony Records. An EP, LP, and west coast tour are what's in store for the band's upcoming year. Be on the lookout for their next release coming soon from Felony Records!
Dreadful Children
Dreadful Children
"Hailing from Seattle Washington, there is no trite slapback of the Nirvana-era here. Dreadful Children champion the unlikely equation of Iron Maiden–esque riffery and the Toy Dolls' sense of bouncy, infectious absurdity and somehow create a mad-scientist hybrid that totally kills! "
- The Stranger

"Gracing the stage before Stoned Evergreen Travelers was one of my favorite Seattle punk bands, Dreadful Children. This is another band that has evolved beautifully over time. Like a good wine, they get more flavorful over time. Spicy would be a good way to describe them.

This is also a band that defies stereotypes in that they have a female guitar player (Lizzie Franks) who also trades off on lead vocals as well as providing harmony. Her voice is smooth and sweet and the perfect contrast to the grungy vocals of Lonny Bristle. Add Johnny Mischief on bass and Kevn Labarre on drums (whose ginger locks whipped about in such a frenzy he almost looked like he had a flame thrower on his head) and you have a clue of what you’re in for when seeing Dreadful Children play. They are well worth the effort of a trek to whatever club they happen to shake up next." - East Portland Blog
Venue Information:
Jazzbones
2803 6th Avenue
Tacoma, WA, 98406
http://www.jazzbones.com/