Bad Omens

Bad Omens

Victory Heights, The Outbreak, Enemy In I

Mon Mar 20 2017

7:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is all ages

Bad Omens
Originally starting as no more than a solo side-project by frontman and songwriter Noah Sebastian, Bad Omens became a more serious musical endeavor after Sebastian left his position playing guitar for his renowned local and former band based out of Washington D.C.- in late 2013.

In early 2014, Sebastian announced his departure from his former band. For the following year, Sebastian would focus all of his time and energy towards getting the new project on it's feet; writing and recording an EP, seeking out management and label support, and along the way recruiting his long-time best friends guitarist Nicholas Ruffilo, bassist Vincent Riquier, second guitarist Joakim "Jolly" Karlsson, and drummer Nick Folio.

In the spring of 2015, now partnered with proper management, the band landed a recording contract with indie label top-dog Sumerian Records. Soon after, Bad Omens set out to record their very first full length record with award winning heavy music producer Will Putney in Belleville, New Jersey. Now residing in Los Angeles, CA, Bad Omens have been met with significant praise from the public after the release of their debut single "Glass Houses." A taste of what's to come while remaining loyal to the genre itself, Bad Omens doesn't leave one stone unturned and are truly a relentless new force to be reckoned with.
Victory Heights
Victory Heights
Victory Heights has made their name as one of the most anticipated, up and coming unsigned American post-hardcore acts of 2012. The band has set out to steal hearts all around the world. Their charisma and personality, combined with their catchy yet honest and hard hitting music has made their goal a reality. They make a point of representing themselves as a positive and fun group of people. The quintet is characterized by a critically acclaimed an energetically unmatched live show. They have found their musical niche on the fine line between hard hitting metal core and bouncy, fun pop music. It is no mystery that the music industry is one of the toughest to succeed in. However, one thing is clear to anyone who has seen the band perform or listened to their music: Victory Heights is here to stay. Victory Heights is more than a band; it is more than five dudes on stage playing music; it is more than CD's and shows; Victory Heights is a movement. Expect big things from these boys.
It's not very often a group of five guys can sit elbow to elbow in a small van on the road for months at a time, and still come back home better friends than when they left. It is also unlikely that these same five guys can spend countless hours working, writing complex music, booking tours, promoting, even living together, and still want to spend time together at the end of the night. The music industry is unlike anything else. It is brutal, heart-crushing, and very difficult to succeed in. It takes a life-time of constant dedication to reach the top, and no matter how far you go, there is always someone standing right next to you, waiting for you make a mistake and take your place. But even though it may be hard, the music industry has its perks. If musicians work hard and hold onto constant motivation and perseverance, the rewards are amazing; A lifestyle unlike anything else, getting to experience things and see places very few people could even dream of; Meeting other musicians and fans that are inspired and motivated by you, some whom may say their life was saved by your music, though, the most incredible of all: that feeling you get, walking into the spotlight, in front of an ocean of people, all waiting to see a mere 30 minutes of what you've perfected to do best, what you have worked your entire life towards, what you are dedicated to and are most proud of. It is this exact feeling that keeps us all going, what keeps us working through thick and thin, and why the five of us won't stop, even when we reach the top. This is who we are, and where we have come thus far. We are Victory Heights.
The Outbreak
This is the beginning of the end. An outbreak of hate and violence will cause us to be our own demise. The infected will not survive.
Enemy In I
Enemy In I was technically started in October of 2013 under the name Obitus, with the help of Seth Jackson (Guitarist) Grayson Bagnall (Guitarist/Backup Vocals), and Nic Engard (Drums). The band started out as a 7 piece technical Death Metal/Electric Core group. And quickly realized, through practice that was not our sound. A few shows down the road we were only left with a 5 piece Metal-core/Post-Hardcore group. The group now consists on Bobby Seitz (Vocals) Jonah Campbell (Clean Vocals/Bass) Seth Jackson (Guitarist) Grayson Bagnall (Guitarist/Back up Vocals) and Nic Engard (Drums). We have played and conquered such venues as, Summit Music Hall, Marquis Theater, Cervantes, Skatuary, The Commons Hall and other. We are here to make sure that even through the most tough times of your life, when you feel alone and abandoned, that there is someone out there who understands and is there for you. #LoveIsAllWeNeed
Venue Information:
Marquis Theater
2009 Larimer Street
Denver, CO, 80205