Enter Shikari Live In Portland

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Mike Thrasher Presents says
Enter Shikari
Stray From The Path
Marmozets
A Lot Like Birds

Saturday, April 18, 2015
Hawthorne Theatre 503-233-7100
1507 SE 39th Ave, Portland, OR
7pm (doors open at 6pm). All Ages.
$16.00 advance tix from Cascade Tickets.
$18.00 at the door.

ABOUT ENTER SHIKARI--

Enter Shikari are a four piece from the UK who combine rock, hardcore (in both its punk and electronic guises), dubstep and drum'n'bass (amongst other genres) to make a music that hopefully defies the burden of simple genre pigeonholing.
Their third album 'A Flash Flood Of Colour' was released by Hopeless Records in the US/Canada in January 2012.
Following extensive North American touring with artists such as A Day To Remember and The Devil Wears Prada, as well as two stints on Warped tour, the band are pleased to be able to return as headliners, dragging their friends LetLive along with them. The tour package is completed by At The Skylines.
more information on Enter Shikari can be found at www.entershikari.com.

ABOUT STRAY FROM THE PATH--

It is no coincidence that listeners of STRAY FROM THE PATH will often have a difficult time confining them to a specific genre. The have made it a point to remain unpredictable, intricate, and intelligent. Listeners can expect their music to surpass the gratuitous and/or contrived music that is all too common today, and instead perform articulate songs that refuse to compromise their precision, honesty, and genuine desire to impress. This aggressive Alt-Hardcore outfit out of Long Island, NY closed out a very successful 2010 with an East Coast U.S. tour alongside The Chariot and Cancer Bats. Following the run, the band will close out a productive 2010 with a stint of headlining shows. The group's highly acclaimed album, Make Your Own History, is now available

Stray from the Path strive at making their own style of metal, fused with hardcore, rock, and countless other influences they come across. This can easily be distinguished from most of the cookie cutter music that has been drowning the scene over the last couple of years.

Stray From The Path played their first show after only a month of rehearsals, and soon after found themselves filling opening slots for bands such as Sky Came Falling, As I Lay Dying, A Life Once Lost, Curl Up And Die, Misery Signals, Between The Buried And Me, On Broken Wings, and many other national recording acts. This large-scale exposure aided Stray from the Path in gaining a steady following amongst the local scene before ultimately signing with Sumerian Records to take them to that next level.
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By: Mike Thrasher Presents