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All That Remains and We Came As Romans: The HardDrive Live Tour

All That Remains and We Came As Romans: The HardDrive Live Tour

Starting at $20.00


All That Remains and We Came As Romans: The HardDrive Live Tour will be at War Memorial Auditorium

with Like Moths to Flames and Failure Anthem

VIP Experience Includes:

  • One (1) General Admission concert ticket to We Came As Romans & All That Remains with early entry
  • Meet & Greet and photo opportunity with We Came As Romans & All That Remains
  • Question and answer session with select members of both bands
  • One (1) limited edition HardDrive Live Fallout tour lithograph, signed by members of both bands
  • One (1) We Came As Romans & All That Remains exclusive VIP-only tour merchandise gift
  • One (1) commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
  • Crowd-free merchandise shopping time

Since 1998, All That Remains continue to progress, while clenching steadfast to the principals that etched their place at the forefront of 21st century hard rock. On their seventh full-length album, The Order of Things [Razor & Tie], the Massachusetts outfit—Phil Labonte [vocals], Oli Herbert [guitar], Mike Martin [guitar], Jeanne Sagan [bass], and Jason Costa [drums]—preserve an ethos of evolution.

It’s been quite a ride for All That Remains. The group reached another landmark with 2012’s A War You Cannot Win. It debuted at #13 on the Billboard Top 200 and yielded two hit singles. “Stand Up” ascended to #1 at Active Rock radio, a first for the band, while “What If I Was Nothing” landed at #2. The group hit the road for sold out shows alongside Volbeat and In This Moment in between incendiary festival appearances at Rock on the Range, Welcome to Rockville, Rocklahoma, and more. It would’ve been easy to simply repeat themselves creatively. However, they decided to bulldoze a new path for The Order of Things.

Those dynamics have defined All That Remains since day one. It’s why they’ve not only persevered while the musical landscape morphed and changed, but also why they’ve become veritable hard rock leaders, shaping the scene and then skyrocketing past its confines. Their worldwide album sales exceed over one million, while track sales surpass 1.5 million. Their position at the top of Active Rock radio remains indisputable with six singles going Top 10 at the format, three of which went Top 5 or higher. However, All That Remains continue reacting at every turn, igniting a personal revolution in the process.

We Came As Romans will released their highly anticipated, fourth full-length album on July 24, 2015. The self-titled release was recorded with multi-platinum award winning producer David Bendeth (Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore, Of Mice and Men).

On the new album, the Detroit-based band confidently shows off a newfound sense of maturity, honesty, depth, and a balanced understanding of the world around them, through the intense juxtaposition of the beauty and harsh injustices of growing up and experiencing life for all that it is. We Came As Romans have not only found themselves on the new album, but they’ve found each other and have banded together to take on the world around them – with a massive and dedicated army of fans in tow.

That unique blend of styles stands out on the release, as does Stephens – who most notably steps it up on We Came As Romans, finding his voice both physically, by expanding on his already stunning range in vocal delivery, and now lyrically – for the first time ever – by splitting writing duties with longtime lyricist (and guitarist) for the band, Joshua Moore.

The members of We Came As Romans have poured their hearts and souls into this release, creating their most collaborative and unique release – and solidifying their long-term status as a powerful force in the industry.

The self-titled release serves as the follow-up to Tracing Back Roots, which debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart, No. 1 on the Independent Albums Chart, No. 1 on the Internet Albums Chart, No. 1 on the Hard Rock Albums Chart, and No. 2 on the Top Rock Chart.

We Came As Romans formed in 2005 and is comprised of Dave Stephens [vocals], Kyle Pavone [vocals], Joshua Moore [lyrics/guitar], Eric Choi [drums], Lou Cotton [guitar] and Andrew Glass [bass].

LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES have set the underground music scene ablaze in just a few short years, thanks to a decidedly unique, fresh and original take on an otherwise well-worn genre. Stomping sing-a-long anthems, pulverizing metal chaos and crystal clear/soaring shiny pop dance together with delicious freedom within the band’s sound. Bring Me The Horizon, Devil Wears Prada and Miss May I are some of the only bands doing it at the same level of intensity, precision and passion as Like Moths To Flames, who have taken their rightful place alongside their scene counterparts while steadily maneuvering a career that is uniquely their own.

In an era of verse/chorus/verse screaming and singing, Like Moths To Flames aims for a more organic blend of the two styles that serves the song rather than a formula. Even as people continue to discover When We Don’t Exist, Like Moths To Flames are putting their eyes toward the bigger prize of album number two, which the band intends to make even “darker” and “more eerie.”  


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Gift Certificates

Gift certificates are available in a variety of denominations and may be redeemed toward any ticketed performance at the historic War Memorial Auditorium as well as the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.

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