Suburban Samurai, The Blue Sky Disaster, The Concussion Theory, We Call This Courage

Suburban Samurai

The Blue Sky Disaster

The Concussion Theory

We Call This Courage

Mon, August 28, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Camel

$5.00

Tickets at the Door

Suburban Samurai
Suburban Samurai
Hailing from Vermont's queen-city of Burlington, Melodic-Punk-Rockers Suburban Samurai balance and deliver their signature and swift one-two punch of a set though a series of high tempo and heavy-upbeat tunes, featuring catchy vocals and a driven rhythm.

With 2015 having been about beginning to establish its infrastructure and a local following, 2016 saw the band expand their reach exponentially - reaching 51 shows / 31 cities / 11 states throughout the U.S. New England and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Now in the middle of year three, 'SubSam' has taken to deconstruct their experience over the last 24 months and are currently writing for a new release - material which will begin to find its way into setlists during their time on the road this summer and fall 2017.
The Blue Sky Disaster
The Blue Sky Disaster
Jams out of Rva. Debut single "Cathedrals" coming soon.
The Concussion Theory
The Concussion Theory
Hailing from Virginia’s capital city, The Concussion Theory represents a musical and spiritual change of pace. Taking their name from the Plutarchian concept of atmospheric disruption, the trio has crafted a sonic palette predicated on melody and emotion. First conceived in 2010 by guitarist/vocalist Nate Teikari and drummer Ian Ferguson, the band had a revolving door of bassists and vocalists before the addition of Burke Solo in 2013.

Drawing influence from groups such as Envy on the Coast, Brand New, Conditions, and Circa Survive, the group released their debut EP “Stuck at Sea” in August 2013. The band utilizes every opportunity to keep listeners on their feet with their dynamic songwriting. From explosive and fast to soft and subtle, each song connects with another aspect of the human experience establishing a true bond between the music and the listener.

In support of the 2013 release, the band has been traveling the east coast and making friends wherever they go. They have developed a hard-hitting live show with new material that reflects it. The Concussion Theory’s self-titled debut full length album is available now on Bandcamp, iTunes and Spotify!
We Call This Courage
We Call This Courage
It all started when it all ended. None of us were playing music with anybody. All of our previous bands had been dead for quite some time. We were tired of not playing the pop punk that we love. One of the most difficult things about being a musician is not having a place to play, or a band to play with. We decided to finally put an end to that.
In August of 2012 we all met for dinner at a local restaurant. Some of us knew each other, some of us didn't. But quickly we began to meet on a regular basis, and began to pound out some original music. Within 4 months we had our first show, sharing the Canal Club stage with band like Conditions, Every Avenue, and Your Favorite Coastline. Then, a month later we were priveleged enough to share the stage with the talented Vinnie Caruana of I Am The Avalanche, and Geoff Rickly of Thursday on the Vans Acoustic Basement Tour.
With plans to record and release a full length CD Summer 2013, We Call This Courage shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Come check out a show and see why Richmond is falling in love with pop punk once again.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org