Auburn

Auburn

Atlas, One Year Later, Ghost Ocean, Hard Road, Aurora

Thu, January 31, 2013

6:00 pm

Palladium Upstairs

Worcester, MA

$10 adv./$12 day of

Auburn
Auburn
"They say you only live once, So I'll push the limit 'til it's over the edge"
screams the frontman of Auburn, Brian Colantonio in the song "Freeman's Legacy"

The band lives up to his words with 12 heavy, melodic and in your face tracks off their debut full length "Parallels". Produced and mixed by Chris Curran (Four Year Strong, Therefore I Am,Vanna) and mastered by Alan Douches (Everytime I Die
, Underoath, Norma Jean).

Brian explains why the name "Parallels" was chosen:

"When we began brainstorming ideas for this record we wanted a way to explain the changes we've gone through in every aspect of our lives. When I look back at the person I was just 2 years ago I looked at life much differently then. In a way I want this record to represent the person I am now compared to the person I was, along with the sound we had back then and the sound we have now. Most of the lyrics are written in the same aspect. To show the identity of, similarity of and compare...Parallels"

Forming in 2006, Auburn has come a long way, establishing themselves as a respected name in the legendary Boston hardcore scene. They have earned and secured a solid spot alongside their peers such as Four Year Strong, Therefore I Am, Vanna, A Loss for Words and Lions Lions to name a few.

Since releasing their "Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth" E.P. in 2009, a lot has changed with Auburn and it has only made them a stronger and better band. In addition to touring coast to coast multiple times and endless shows and mini tours all over the U.S., the band has taken the last two years to mature and hone their sound. This time around all the pieces fit in the right spots; The sound is heavier, the lyrics are deeper, there is even more intensity and energy. This is Auburn version 2.0 and the beta testing and glitches are long gone.
Atlas
Atlas
Photo and Bio Coming Soon. . .
One Year Later
One Year Later
From the very first show in late 2008, ONE YEAR LATER has been making a name for themselves in South-East Queensland. Producing catchy Pop / Rock tunes that people from all generations can tap a foot too. Hailing from a small outer Brisbane suburb known as Redbank Plains they comprise of the 3 Thomson brothers Kurt, Dean, Brent and front man Terry Greisbach.

All only picking up instruments for the first time in the later half of their teens, they acted quickly to record and release their first Demo CD in early 2009. The rest of the year found them supporting acts such as After The Fall (NSW), Calling All Cars (VIC) and Grant Walmsley [The Screaming Jets] (NSW) on top of playing many venues including The Hi-Fi Brisbane, Ipswich Civic Centre, Sands Tavern Maroochydore, Swell Tavern Gold Coast and Ivory Tavern Tweed Heads to name a few. Hitting No.1 on the Triple J Unearthed Rock charts for 3 weeks in October was also a highlight, as well as being played on local university radio station Phoenix Radio.

In May 2010 the band released their Debut EP to the world, celebrating with an EP Launch show at The Zoo Brisbane, which saw over 200 people there to mark the occasion. The disc titled "The Lost At Sea EP" is available from any of their shows and on iTunes. They hope to play many shows before the years end, including festivals and their very first national tour of Australia.
Ghost Ocean
Ghost Ocean is 5 friends who came together and formed a band in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Venue Information:
Palladium Upstairs
261 Main street
Worcester, MA, 01608