Trees Local Showcase
Mad Mexicans, Redefine, Serein, Young Optimist, Burning Bridges, Ghosts of November, Texas 223
Fri, September 6, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmTrees
$10.00 - $12.00
This event is all ageshttp://www.treesdallas.com/event/1878879/
Mad Mexicans was formed in summer of 2002. Since then, the band has played with several national and local acts around the DFW Metroplex. Mad Mexicans released their E.P. titled Taking Texas Back on Taca Taca Records in October 2002. Their single, “Pinche Way” has been on rotation with radio station, 97.1 The Eagle, and has gotten great responses from the radio listens. Mad Mexicans was also nominated for “Best Rap Artist of Year” and “Best Rap Album of Year” in the The Eagle 97.1 (KEGL) Local Show Awards 2002.
Mad Mexicans will embark on a South Regional tour in the near future. Mad Mexicans is an event waiting for you to experience…COME GET MEXICANIZED!
Ay Te Watcho Rockeros,
– Mad Mexicans
The chemistry between bandmates Scott Headstream (vocals), Chris Apaliski (guitar), Matt Jones (guitar), Mike Diquinzio (bass), and Daniel Taylor (drums) is immediately apparent, and one can tell the group legitimately loves what they do.
The band's catalog consists of three offerings: The Harbinger King - 2014 - Do For It Records, Blur on the Horizon - 2011 - self released, and The Power of Persuasion - 2009 - Ice Planet Records.
Over the years Redefine songs have been showcased on local radio, pod casts near and far, and even over the booming speakers during The Dallas Stars' hockey games. However, the best place to listen to Redefine is the front row.
Brittan Church (Lead Vocals / Guitar) and Chad Russell (Lead Guitar, Vocals/Screams).
Their vision for Texas 223 was established once the two began writing and recording music in 2016. Drummer Benjamin Villalobos, and bassist Kilton Westbrook joined after that.
In 2017, Chad and Brittan teamed up with Grammy Award winning producer/engineer, Chuck Alkazian, to produce their self-titled debut record. Texas 223 is influenced by all things metal, which has lent itself to their heavy riffs, bringing a hard- hitting sonic force to their audience.
Brittan’s no bullshit approach to lyrics and singing combined with Chad’s epic guitar solos, shows how metal is done the Texas way!
2709 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226