Thu, Jun 15 On Sale: Mar/31

The Masquerade Presents

Miss May I

Upon A Burning Body | Kublai Khan | Currents

Hell

7:00 PM | $18.00 ADV | All Ages



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Miss May I

A year after breaking out into the scene, Miss May I have returned with their sophomore effort “Monument”. Delving deeper into the source of anguish that fueled “Apologies Are For the Weak” (selling well over 25,000 records in 1 year), Miss May I present an even more eclectic side to the organized chaos they have earned a reputation for. Borrowing from a wider range of genres, the new album touches upon parts of thrash merged with melody and metalcore goodness. The intensity on Monument is unmatched by any metal release this year and all that emotion will be unhinged live this summer on the “Back To Your Roots Tour” as the band direct supports…

Upon A Burning Body

Some say it’s not who did it first, but who does it the best. Sumerian Records’ newest recruits in Upon a Burning Body aren’t breaking ground, they’re shaking the ground.

Hailing from San Antonio, Texas, the five piece metal/hardcore hybrid juggernaut has been turning heads in the underground DIY circuit for years now. Paying their dues as a hardworking independent band have definitely paid off. They were hand-picked to be the special guests for all of Texas on the Thrash and Burn 2009 Tour w/ DevilDriver, Emmure, Despised Icon & Veil of Maya and now 2010 has the band poised to explode.

With a clear vision for their identity and an immeasurable level of determination,…

Kublai Khan

Energetic, aggressive, and passionate music. A four piece metalcore band based in north Texas. We say whats on our hearts to express how we feel, who we are, what we stand for, and wont stand for, as well as the problems of our generation. In hopes of tapping into the underground and revealing the unseen lives and feelings of the youth in modern American society. We are fighting to make an impact in a music scape bogged down with meaningless lyrics and recycled with mindless music. Trying to push messages that often get overlooked or ignored in the nation today, hoping to use our music as a vessel to relate with people and emit hope.

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