EMMURE

MassConcerts Presents

EMMURE

Counterparts, King 810, Varials, Inari, Regime, The Worst Of Us, No Eye Has Seen

Sat, May 12, 2018

Doors: 4:00 pm / Show: 4:30 pm

Palladium

$19.99 - $24.00

This event is all ages

2nd Stage: 4:00pm Doors / Main Stage: 6:30pm Doors

Emmure
Emmure
Emmure was founded in 2003. Founding members Ben and Joe Lionetti (from New Fairfield, Connecticut) met Frank Palmeri (from Queens, New York) on the Internet and began rehearsals together. Mark Davis and Jesse Ketive soon joined.
Jesse Ketive was formerly in the band Warfix, in which he played guitar alongside Bryan Goldsman of Southside Panic.
On May 1, 2009, rumors of the Lionetti brothers departure from the band were confirmed in a statement from Joe Lionetti posted on www.lambgoat.com. According to its page on Victory Records' Web site, Emmure found a new guitarist and drummer in Mike Mullohand and Michael Kaabe. Mike Kaabe formerly played with Warfix and Endwell.
As of December 22, 2015, Frankie Palmeri is sole remaining member of the band, as all other band members have decided to quit.
A new line-up was announced to be revealed in the Spring of 2016.
Counterparts
Counterparts
Counterparts are a Canadian melodic hardcore band formed in 2007 in Hamilton, Ontario. The band currently consists of lead vocalist Brendan "B" Murphy, guitarists Jesse Doreen and Adrian Lee, bassist Brian Kaczmarczyk and drummer Kelly Bilan.
King 810
King 810
King 810 (often shortened to just King) is an American metal band from Flint, Michigan in December 2007 consisting of David Gunn, Andrew Beal, Eugene Gill and Andrew Workman. The bands first release was their independent EP titled Midwest Monsters in 2012, which earned them a signing with Roadrunner Records, releasing their second EP titled Proem in 2014, later releasing their debut studio album Memoirs of a Murderer that same year.
Varials
Varials
he Philadelphia, PA quintet—Travis Tabron [vocals], Mitchell Rogers [guitar], James Hohenwarter [guitar], Sean Rauchut [drums], and Mike Foley [bass]—augment an airtight assault of metallic unpredictability and hardcore spirit with poetic punchlines and lyrical storytelling that wouldn’t be out of place on a Kendrick Lamar verse. Maybe it’s the water in Philadelphia, but the same gritty streets that inspired everyone from Rocky Balboa to Meek Mill powered these five musicians. The group’s debut Failure Control EP yielded a string of fan favorites such as “Deadweather” and “Stigmata,” which both cracked 100K Spotify streams. They released the Absolution split EP with Vicious Embrace in 2016 and earned acclaim from Alternative Press, Revolver, Punktastic, and more. Varials approach heavy music from a different angle altogether on their full-length debut, Pain Again [Fearless Records]. This mindset expands the possibilities of “heavy” throughout 11 brash, bruising, and brilliant anthems, with the band taking a collective step forward. They collated ideas for what became Pain Again before entering the studio with producer Josh Schroeder [King 810] during early 2017. Booked for six weeks, they tracked everything in under two with Travis often impressively writing lyrics in the booth and on the spot. Ultimately, Varials tell the story in their own way, and it’s bound to make a big impact.
Inari
Regime
Calling all Hip-Hop heads, Reggae lovers and Rockers ... You have just discovered you new favourite band.
From the rolling hills of Pembrokeshire via Bristol, Barcelona and California, Regime deliver a brutal and inspirational medley of their broad influences. Loved by teenagers, anarchists, party goers and straight edge vegans alike, Regime offer serious substance that has something for everyone to resonate with.
Having shared stages with the likes of: The Skints, Gentleman's Dub Club, Scroobius Pip and Akala, the band have quickly earned their stripes alongside some of the U.K's finest live acts.
Tackling issues such as: drug abuse, arms dealing and government oppression, Regime speak directly to the hearts and minds of free thinking people. Social and political commentaries are blended seamlessly with hip hop, reggae and rock to make audiences jump, laugh and think.
Being raised on the likes of Rage Against the Machine, Dead Prez and The Roots has helped create this unique and ever conscious band.
Regime's debut album 'Push’ was crowd funded by their loyal fan base and helped created a buzz for the band back in 2015. Since then they have been performing across the U.K and Europe extensively. Highlights for the band have included included performing at: Glastonbury, Boomtown, Secret Garden Party and Shambala.

Having just released '3dB', Regime have added a new collection of great sounding, fresh and pounding tunes to their list of already impressive recordings. Get a copy, go to a show and discover your new favourite band.
The Worst Of Us
Experimental Metalcore from Boston, MA.

The Worst of Us is
Matt Long, Cyrus Pruenca, Devin Sullivan & Evan Rakiey
No Eye Has Seen
Venue Information:
Palladium
261 Main Street
Worcester, MA, 01608