Flaw

Rochester & Amp Entertainment Presents

Flaw

Seasons After, Setiva, Burial Harbor, Mole and the Level Antz

Tue, June 2, 2015

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

Montage Music Hall

Rochester, NY

$13

This event is 16 and over

Tueday June 02nd, 2015

Flaw with Seasons After.
With locals Setiva, Burial Harbor and Mole and the Level Antz.

The Montage Music Hall
50 Chesnut St. Rochester NY 14604

Doors at 7:00 PM. All Ages (Under 16 w/ Guardian)/$2 surcharge at door for under 21. / 21+ To Drink. 

Tickets available at American Villain Apparel and Tattoo on 1868 East Main St, Rochester NY, Ticketfly.com and from the locals

Flaw
Flaw
Ask anyone who has ever been in a band, and they’ll tell you. Being in a band is hard. Making it work for 20 years? That is really, really hard.

That has certainly been the case for the once Louisville, KY-based metal band FLAW. The band has seen multiple line-up changes over the years, however the core of Chris Volz's vocals has remained as the creative driving force and is poised to re-emerge on the strength of their finest set of recordings to date. The band has signed a deal with Pavement Entertainment, and is set to release Divided We Fall on August 19, 2016.

FLAW’s story began with the independent release of home-grown albums American Arrogance (1996), Flaw (1998) and Drama (2000). It was the songs on these recordings that garnered the attention of Universal Republic Records, who signed the band and released the break-through Through The Eyes in 2001. The offering topped the Billboard "Heatseekers" chart, largely fueled by the singles "Payback" and "Whole." The band then followed-up with an album entitled Endangered Species via Republic in 2004, but soon thereafter the band went through personnel changes and ended their relationship with the label. Volz stayed creative, releasing a critically acclaimed solo record, and also touring aggressively with the band Five.Bolt.Main. The band’s tumultuous relationship with themselves, and their label, were reflected in their songs. It was the life and energy captured in these songs that propelled the band forward. It was always FLAW fans’ connection to their songs that carried the band on. “We would not be where we are today without our hardcore fans,” says Volz. “The Flaw Family is the backbone of everything we do, and we cannot wait to get out and tour in support of this new record”.

FLAW a band that is re-emerging on the strength of renewed focus and energy, and that energy is captured on the lead single from “Divided We Fall”, a song called “Live and Breathe” that is a vessel of raw human experience and emotion. The band has waited 12 years to release a proper album, to rally and come together. FLAW can accomplish great things, and their fans are poised and ready to answer the call.
Seasons After
Seasons After
Hailing from the heartland, Seasons After is American hard rock personified.

The Kansas five-piece lives and breathes the grind, the grit, and soul of hard rock, and after a three-year hiatus is back with a vengeance. Packing an arsenal of new music — and a few surprises forthcoming — Seasons After is ready to make some serious noise in 2014.

"So Long Goodbye," the lead single off of SA's upcoming album Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, and first offering since 2010's popular cover of G Tom Mac's "Cry Little Sister" and "Getting Even", is not only a testament to the band's resurgence into the hard rock circuit, but a stimulating taste of what the band has really been up to the past three years.

"A lot of bands go through the quote-unquote music business horror stories, which is basically what happened to us. But thankfully we were able to come out on the other side—and that is exactly what the whole album is about," says guitarist and founding member Chris Dawson.

"So Long Goodbye" is available now on iTunes.


Formed in Wichita in 2006, Seasons After found early success on Vans Warped Tour, Taste of Chaos, and Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival—sharing the stage and touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Stone Sour, Halestorm, Godsmack, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, Chevelle, Sevendust, Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, Five Finger Death Punch, Seether, Three Days Grace, and more.

The band's first label release, Through Tomorrow, was well received by both domestic and international audiences with the lead single "Cry Little Sister" peaking at No. 13 on the Active Rock Charts and making its way into rotation on MTV, Vh1, and Spike. SA's sophomore single "Getting Even" earned the band a second Top 50 single, making SA one of the most requested artists in active rock.

Seasons After amicably parted ways with original front man Chris Shlichting in 2010, who was replaced by Texas-born hard rock and metal vocalist Tony Housh. SA's current lineup consists of founding member Chris Dawson (guitar), Tim Rails (drums), Housh (vox), James Beattie (guitar), and the most recent addition, Jesse Saint on bass.

Currently in post-production mode for Calamity, Scars & Memoirs, Seasons After fans will be happy to know that the band has several major announcements in the works, including the record release date and a highly anticipated live performance schedule.

"The plan right now is to make as much noise as we can," says Dawson. "After everything that has happened, we're all still brothers."

Fans can currently request "So Long Goodbye" on Sirius XM radio and their local hard rock radio stations!
Setiva
Setiva
Setiva, started in 2005, is an heavy groove rock band from Rochester, New York. The band's first full-length album, "Shattered", was released in February 2007 and several crowd pleasing songs such as "Crazy", "Corporate Killers", "Purpose", and the title track "Shattered". Their blending of bands like The Deftones, Clutch, and Staind, quickly drew attention and they are now considered an icon in the Rochester music scene.

After a one year hiatus the band came back together in 2013 and released a self-titled album containing 8 brand new songs. The band was once again well received and made their presence once again felt on stages all over Western NY and Pennsylvania.

With the ongoing success of the band, Setiva has been fortunate to share the stage with bands such as Nonpoint, Soilwork, Ankla, Silent Civilian, Powerman 5000, Through the Eyes of the Dead, Dope, SOiL, ERA9, Mushroomhead, and many many more. Crowd pleasers to the very end, Setiva fans love each and every show. It’s been a wild ride so far and there is plenty more to come.
Burial Harbor
Burial Harbor
We are a group of dudes from the Albion/Holley, N.Y. area, that love plunder... Oh, and music, and stuff, and things...

It all started with a treasure map... The rest, they say, is history...
Venue Information:
Montage Music Hall
50 Chestnut St.
Rochester, NY, 14604
http://www.themontagemusichall.com/