A Static Lullaby

A Static Lullaby

Rival Tides, dead heroine

Sat, February 27, 2016

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA

$15.00 - $18.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

A Static Lullaby
A Static Lullaby
The post-hardcore/alternative rock outfit A Static Lullaby came together after a casual high-school jam session convinced its participants to quit their existing bands and launch a new group. Formed in 2001 in Orange County, CA, the band's initial lineup comprised singer Joe Brown, bassist Phil Pirrone, drummer Brett Dinovo, and guitarists Dan Arnold and Nathan Lindeman. A Static Lullaby's first show occured two week's after this formation, and a buzz began to build as the band played additional gigs on the local circuit. They soon recorded and self-released the Withered EP, and Ferret Records signed the group during the summer of 2002.

After recording an album with producer Steve Evetts (Snapcase, Hatebreed), A Static Lullaby released …And Don't Forget to Breathe in March 2003. The album laid the foundation for the band's music, yet hinted at a creativity not yet completely tapped. Over a year of touring followed, which led to strained relations within the band, including the exit of founding member Dinovo (who returned to school after his departure). Nevertheless, A Static Lullaby soon upgraded their label to Columbia Records and began to work on a follow-up album. Faso Latido appeared in April 2005 with Lou Giordano (Sunny Day Real Estate, Taking Back Sunday) producing and Sammy Siegler (Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits) filling in on drums.

With the album complete, the band prepared to search for a permanent drummer. However, Dinovo approached his old bandmates at a show and wound up rejoining the group in mid-2005. That same year also saw A Static Lullaby joining the popular Taste of Chaos tour alongside the Used and Killswitch Engage. More departures followed, though, and January 2006 left the band in an uncertain state after Pirrone, Dinovo, and Lindeman all left the group. A Static Lullaby had also been dropped by Columbia, having failed to sell enough copies of their sophomore album. Forging ahead, they were soon embraced by the California-based Fearless Records, and by March, Brown and Arnold had rounded out their band with the addition of guitarist John Martinez, bassist Dane Poppin, and drummer Jarrod Alexander. Working again with producer Evetts, the refreshed quintet issued a self-titled album in October and launched a tour alongside I Am Ghost. Additional lineup changes followed (Martinez left the group and was not replaced, while Tyler Mahurin stepped in for the departing Alexander), A Static Lullaby continued onward with the release of 2008's Rattlesnake!.
Rival Tides
Rival Tides is a Los Angeles-based rock band that thrives on mixing aggression with positivity. Since forming in November 2012, the five-piece group continues to pour their hearts into their music and live performances to create deeper connections with their fans.

The band recorded their 2013 debut EP with producer Erik Ron (I the Mighty, New Years Day, Hands Like Houses) and recently returned to Grey Area Studios to record a follow-up EP. Under Ron's creative guidance, the band continues to evolve their signature active rock sound.
dead heroine
dead heroine
This female fronted band was formed in 2013 with the goal to write genuine songs about life today… while also keeping it heavy as balls.

Straight out of Los Angeles, CA, Dead Heroine pools influences from bands like Tonight Alive, Bring Me The Horizon, Paramore and Every Time I Die. They released their EP “Eleven” (produced by Luke Gerard Webb) in February 2015. From straight up closets in the valley to East-West Studios in Hollywood, this EP was guerrilla recorded all over Los Angeles.

Since then they have hit up southern California relentlessly, playing all of the major venues and also earning a slot at Vans Warped Tour 2015. Their music has received airtime in multiple countries including the United States, Sweden, and Canada. Dead Heroine is sex-candy for your ear-sockets and everyday crowds of all ages are joining this new movement. Dead Heroine is currently working on new material as well as setting up tours for 2016. Get Dead Heroine to play in your city! They would love to meet you all and share their music.

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Venue Information:
The Glass House
200 W. Second St
Pomona, CA, 91766