Concerts Coming To El Paso Soon! [PHOTOS & VIDEO]
Ready for some of my need to know music fix?! Here are some bands coming to El Paso soon that you should go check out. New music always rocks!
This all Mexican-American lady rock trio hails from San Antonio, TX and are signed to kick ass rock goddess Joan Jett's Blackhearts Record Label.
Their song has been featured in the Robert Rodriguez movie, "Machete" and they are 3 time SXSW vets. Not to mention lead singer Nina Diaz's haunting voice that leaves you wanting to hear more.
Check out these hard rockin' ladies Dec. 7th at House of Rock, 8838 Viscount Blvd in El Paso. Get your tickets Here!
Check out the band from Last Call with Carson Daly: Video Courtesy of Hulu.com
Oh, how hardcore music makes the world go round! This is one of the better Christian Hardcore bands out there. More so from the way they openly acknowledge their faith but don't just shove it down your throat.
These guys are touring with Norma Jean, which gives you another solid reason why you should go and check them out tomorrow night!
From Abilene, Texas the guys of Close your Eyes have played with the likes of The Word Alive, Stick To Your Guns, A Day To Remember, and my all time favorite, UNDEROATH.
Their playing with Norma Jean, Oh, Sleeper, Stray From The Path, and Lower Than Atlantis, Dec. 5th over at Tricky Falls, 209 South El Paso Street in El Paso. Get your tickets here!
Here's their newest single, "Keep The Lights On" from their new album, "Empty Hand and Heavy Hearts."
I'm not gonna lie, this band makes me want to scream, pee myself, and go crawl in a corner and hide. It's those damn masks!
But aside from my needs for some Depends in my life, Mushroomhead brings the metal and the rage I love to see at a concert! This band is heavy metal, electro-industrial, and all around freaking amazeballs. Understandable from a band who first started on tour with GWAR.
Watch them rock out with their metal balls out Dec. 7th, 7 PM over at Tricky Falls, 209 S El Paso St in El Paso. Get your tickets here!
Here's their video for their single, "Come On." Basically its Fight Club meets a Rob Zombie slasher flick. With PLENTY of blood to go around. Makes you wonder why this video was ever banned for being "too graphic"....