Nevada Rose Join Forget The Fame Tour with Everyone Dies In Utah

 

(Roxbury, NJ)- Electronic/hardcore band Nevada Rose recently inked a deal with Tragic Hero Records and have announced that they will be joining the Forget The Fame Tour with fellow Tragic band Everyone Dies In Utah. Also on the tour will be Kingdom of Giants, InDirections, and Ashylus.

 

“This will be our first tour as a band and we couldn’t be happier taking on the US with our label mates Everyone Dies In Utah,” says guitarist Justin DiMarco. “We look forward to meeting our fans and playing every night with the other great bands on this package. Let’s get this party started!”

 

Tour Dates:
5/8 – Amarillo, TX @ Wreck Room  **
5/9 – Roswell, NM @ The Unity Center  **
5/10 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Underground
5/11 – Las Vegas, NV @Sothern Nevada Sports Centre
5/13 – Pomona, CA @ Casa Jimenez Mexican Grill
5/14 – Bakersfield, CA @Jerry’s Pizza
5/15 – Walnut Creek, CA @ Red House
5/16 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
5/17 – Pendleton, OR @ The Arts Center
5/18 – Spokane, WA @ The Hop
5/19 – Pocatello, ID @ The Elks Lodge
5/20 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Loading Dock
5/21 – Denver, CO @ The Roxy Theatre
5/23 – Sauk Rapids, MN @Bubbas
5/24 – Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
5/25 – Lacrosse, WI @ The Warehouse
5/26 – Peoria, IL @ The Brass Rail 2
5/27 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
5/28 – Kent, OH @ The Outpost
5/29 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joes
5/30 – Allentown, PA @ Croc Rock
5/31 – Winchester, VA @ Driven Festival
6/1 – Johnson City, TN @ The Mecca Lounge
6/3 – Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse Pub
6/4 – Tallahassee, FL @ Rehab
6/5 – Orlando, FL @ Bombshell Tavern
6/6 – Tampa, FL @ The Brass Mug
6/7 – Marietta, GA @ Swayzee’s
6/8 – Oglethorpe, GA @ Cloud Springs Deli
6/9 – St. Louis, MO @ The Fubar
6/10 – Tulsa, OK @Freeman Lodge
6/11 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
6/12 – San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
6/13 – Dallas, TX @ Sons of Herman Hall
6/14 – Laredo, TX @ The Dugout   *
**EDIU & Indirections only
*No Indirections
ABOUT NEVADA ROSE:
When you blend pulsating electronic dance hooks seamlessly with elements of hardcore, metal, and pop you’ll have yourself the album Paint Me In Light from the New Jersey band Nevada Rose. The record merges their influences of acts like Skrillex and Zomboy with hardcore bands such as The Devil Wears Prada and A Day To Remember, while allowing their pop sensibility to shine through using three part harmonies and radio worthy melodies. Capitalizing on these elements, the group, which is comprised of Nicki Imperato (vocals), Justin DiMarco (vocals, guitar), Adam Ellenberger (guitar, programming), Kyle Cleffi (drums, programming), and Mike Batchelder (bass), are able to shorten the gap between EDM, pop, and hardcore music. This is never more apparent than on their first single Anchors For Sunsets, a song that boasts lines like “If only we were waves, forget the ocean, pushing forward onto better days.”

 

Paint Me In Light was produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, The Word Alive, Motionless in White) and during the process they knew that they had something special with this album “We wrote this record with the intention of giving each track its own individual feel,” says DiMarco. “No two songs came together the same way. The band will bring an idea to the table and songs would complete themselves by experimenting with electronics, guitar layers, and vocal patterns.” As far as the lyrical aspect of the album, most of the foundation was laid by Imperato and then each band member contributed from their life experiences, personal struggles, relationships and the pursuit of personal goals and dreams

 

Nevada Rose has quickly gained a following after debuting at the 2013 CMJ Music Festival with He Is Legend. After being a band for less than a year they signed a deal with Tragic Hero Records (A Skylit Drive, ERRA) who will release the full-length Paint Me In Light in 2014. “We are very excited and proud to become part of the Tragic Hero family,” says DiMarco. “We put our hearts and souls into making this album and can’t wait to release our music through this great label. When we heard that Tragic Hero was interested in signing us, we were absolutely thrilled.” This was quite an achievement for such a young band and it shows that if you work hard and write really great songs, then the rest will follow.
Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s