The Razorblade Dolls, Secret of Boris, Repulsur, Phoenix Rising
Sat, February 3, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)Trees
This event is all ageshttp://www.treesdallas.com/event/1626920/
These images grew so popular that the first single released contained a pig head on the front of the artwork and shirts were made in the same nature. In 2008, The Razorblade Dolls released their first self-titled debut album. Today it is a key product still sold both digitally and at venues. The album itself was produced by Chris Telkes of Nocturne fame and contained artwork by Count Lyle of Ghoultown. Telkes would later join the band as a guitarist.
The Razorblade Dolls have made it priority to focus on performing live shows as opposed to releasing music. New material is released into the set slowly as a marketing strategy that insures what is being written will be in demand when released as a collective whole. Shows have been performed in every key city in Texas along with cities in Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico. In 2013, the band performed it's 200th show and celebrated its seven year anniversary.
Today, The Razorblade Dolls are in negotiations that will allow a broader stream of opportunities to occur for both the band and the fans, including performing in different countries, an increase in stage production, a larger variety in merchandise, and a third album in pre production. The release of this album will be followed by extensive show bookings as well as a promotional campaign.
Having gained a rabid following throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, Secret Of Boris is currently touring surrounding cities and states throughout the southwest, increasing their army of loyal fans. On their way to world domination, Secret Of Boris has shared the stage with Black Light Burns, Hed(pe), F5, Underoath, Ugly Mustard, Fair To Midland, Anberlin, God Forbid, Boondox, and Hopesfall.
After a short search and a lot of luck, the ad was answered by five seasoned musicians one of whom was Australian. Comprised of a second vocalist, guitar, synth and a whole lot of rhythm, PHOENIX RISING was born.
Like setting fire to gas, the newly formed group had written an album's worth of material in one month, and the search for producers began. This search led PHOENIX RISING to Tyler Smyth; however Smyth was on tour six hours away in San Antonio . With no way to get in touch with Smyth, Kent went down to San Antonio with a pillow and a sleeping bag, on a mission to maneuver himself back stage, and persuade Smyth to listen to the demos, hoping that after hearing the music, Smyth would be driven to work with the band. Mission Complete, Smyth agreed to work with PHOENIX RISING in LA and shortly thereafter, the band flew out to record their debut album "From the Ashes".
With the Album complete, supported by several Music Video's - PHOENIX RISING now look forward to drawing emotion from the listener and inspire fans with their powerful stage show.
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