The Paramount is the first stop on the All Stars Tour this Friday, July 19! 12 bands have been handpicked by Set 4 Lyfe and Sound Check Hollywood to perform at this all-day event. From 3-11pm you will be an arm length away from the bands you love. All summer long these 12 bands will be taking over the All Stars Tour’s Instagram and Facebook page. Check out the photos and watch to see how the bands are preparing for their kick-off show at The Paramount!
If you missed them back in March at Irving Plaza, here’s your chance to see them on Long Island! Every Time I Die started out in the hardcore scene, but over the years they have continued to push the boundaries of heavy music. Vocalist Keith Buckley said, “I don’t think us doing anything different is a surprise to Every Time I Die fans because one of the main reasons why a lot of people have stuck by us for so long is because they know they can expect the unexpected with each release.”
Chelsea Grin started in high school inspired by Whitechapel, Emmure, and Job For A Cowboy. The guys quickly made a name for themselves playing VFW Halls on the weekends and releasing a debut EP that sold out at local retailers. Bass player David Flinn said, “We just graduated from high school and started touring, it was like jumping from high school to college in a van.” From Salt Lake City, Utah to big arenas across the world, Chelsea Grin has become a must see band.
Veil of Maya originally formed after melodic death metal band, Insurrection, broke-up leading to members Marc Okubo and Sam Applebaum starting a new project. Although members of the band have come and gone, the band continues to make great music that fans can relate to.
California’s hardcore band Terror will be performing. Though the group consider themselves a “hardcore” band, guitarist Doug Weber says Terror, “sounds like all of the old metal bands I used to listen to. It’s just not crazy Swedish metal or something, it sounds like old thrash.” Their albums have sold over 40,000 copies and they have toured throughout Europe, Australia, Brazil and Japan.
What do Eddie Murphy, Lindsay Lohan, and Stray From the Path have in common? They are all from Long Island is the answer. Stray From the Path have been on tour with bands such as: Every Time I Die, The Acacia Strain, Terror, Norma Jean, Underoath, The Ghost Inside, For Today, Stick To Your Guns, Bleeding Through, Backtrack, and Counterparts. They were also featured on the All Stars Tour in 2012 and they were so amazing the first time that they are performing again this year!
All the way from Sydney, Australia, Capture The Crown is thrilled to visit the Paramount. They create music for their fans. They find great enjoyment in making music that is meant to be fun and straight forward, something one can easily move to and sing along with. The lyrics come from personal life experiences and are written in a way so fans can relate.
Paramount is excited to welcome back IWRESTLEDABEARONCE. They are an experimental extreme metal band from Shreveport, Louisiana. During Warped Tour 2012, it was announced that vocalist Krysta Cameron had become pregnant and would have to leave the band for the rest of the tour. She was replaced by Courtney LaPlante of Unicron for the remainder of the tour. LaPlante has permanently replaced and as of January 24, 2013 the band has been writing music for their third studio album with LaPlante on vocals.
For All Those Sleeping appeared on the widely-known Vans Warped Tour and Cornerstone Festival all before releasing their debut EP “The Lies We Live” in September of 2008. Their 2010 full-length debut landed at number 25 on the Billboard's Heatseeker's Chart and #11 on the Alternative New Artist's Chart. This band has proven their toughest critics wrong and they continue to win over fans.
Ice Nine Kills was named after the ultimate weapon of mass destruction from the Vonnegut novel, Cat’s Cradle. With their raw emotion and aggression of post hardcore and metal, they create a refreshing sound that both soothes and knocks-over their listeners. The band utilizes multi textured guitar hooks, a dual vocals, and a rhythm section which captures listeners within a few seconds of the song.
Shayley Dayshell former member of Mice & Men is performing in the All Stars Tour in his new band, Dayshell. Shayley left Mice & Men due to depression and alcoholism. Shayley didn’t return to the bad instead he teamed up with former Covette members Jordan Wooley & Raul Martinez. Dayshell continues to create new music and has the support of his fans to help him.
The last band will be revealed at the event and they are an act you won’t want to miss. Hurry and purchase your tickets today! VIP bundles are available without the purchase of tickets. Stop by the box office or visit TicketMaster right now!