We Came As Romans:
We Came as Romans arrived onto the midwestern metalcore scene in 2005, playing venues in their hometown of Troy, Michigan. They performed throughout the metro Detroit area and in 2008 the band self released two EP's, "Demonstrations" and "Dreams," both of which were sold at We Came as Romans concert dates and online through iTunes. The band quickly attracted the attention of punk/metal label, Equal Vision Records, who released the band's first full length LP, To Plant a Seed, in 2009. The album generated moderate success on the charts and their first music video, "To Plant a Seed," garnered more than three million impressions on YouTube.
In support of their first album, We Came as Romans concert dates were booked on the Scream it Like You Mean It 2010 Tour and the No Sleep Til' Festival with their predecessor, Megadeath. Following the successful completion of these shows, We Came As Romans tour dates 2011 were scheduled on the Motel 6 Rock Yourself to Sleep Tour which had the band touring the US in January and February. We Came as Romans maintain a busy concert schedule and have been continuously touring since the inception of the band in 2005. While on tour, however, the band finds time to write and produce new music and they are scheduled to record the follow up to "To Plant a Seed," in Spring 2011. An extensive We Came as Romans Tour 2011 has been booked with the band scheduled to perform at venues throughout the country.
We Came As Romans tour dates have been announced with scheduled appearances at the Groezrock 2011 European Tour, with NOFX and the Dropkick Murphys, and the Vans Warped Tour 2011 this summer. In addition to these festivals, We Came as Romans tour dates 2011 are scheduled throughout the Detroit Metro area and select North American cities. Headbangers and metalcore fans alike are screaming at the chance to catch We Came as Romans concert dates. Use Eventful as your source for We Came As Romans tour dates and other metal events, festivals, and concerts.
The Used is an American rock band from Orem, Utah. Formed in 2001, the group signed to Reprise Records the same year and rose to fame in June 2002 after releasing their self-titled debut album.
Formed in 2003, the Brazilian band MindFlow built a massive following back home, on the strength of two hit releases, 2004's "Just the Two of Us…Me and Them" and 2006's "Mind Over Body" and it quickly became apparent that MindFlow is not your predictable rock band. Case in point, an ‘alternate reality game’ (ARG) that was tied in with their sophomore effort, which included an intense storyline that involves an imaginary serial killer. (www.mindflow.com.br/followyourinstinct).
And the quintet has already in its story 4 tours abroad, having played in countries like South Korea, Norway, Belgium, England, Spain, Canada and United States.
MindFlow's new album, Destructive Device, is more than just an album packed with socially critical ideology. It is a project boiling over with aggressive lyrics and themes.
The device is one of the clues, the piece of a puzzle that lead to the discovery of an intricately woven web of intrigue. While preserving the band's musical style and direction, the tracks take on a more classic form without losing the band’s signature style, mixing young, modern and innovative lyrics with the musical power and excellence of its members.
Destructive Device was produced by Ben Grosse (Marilyn Mason, Slipknot, Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust) and was recorded and mixed both in Brazil and Los Angeles (The Mix Room).