Swooping down on the earth like a mystical bird of flame, (kāj) provides a rebirth of rock from the ashes of it’s predecessors. Driven by a strong vocal presence and melodic guitar riffs and brought together with intense bass undertones and driving rhythmic patterns producing a sound that you aren’t likely to forget.
(kāj) was a four member high-energy, modern rock band hailing from the Alle-Kiski Valley of Western Pennsylvania.
13 Saints is a four-piece band from Pittsburgh that play surly rock and roll songs infused with elements of power pop and punk. A true Hoi Polloi toy. These musical veterans are at home on big stages or small, but prefer the intimacy of any dive bar. They are committed to giving the audience a memorable show and, like ’em or not, they can’t be ignored. Their debut album, Crushing Copper, is available now featuring 11 tracks of gritty, passionate music. If rock and roll is part of your DNA, then put 13 Saints on your must-see list.
A Lovely Crisis is flipping the proverbial finger to the manufactured “pop band” image. Formed in Pittsburgh, Pa in 2010, brought together by a mutual love of old school punk and post-punk artists, A Lovely Crisis is a 4-piece punk rock band that looks to find the beauty that comes out of turmoil. Having spent a large percentage of their lives during war time and financial crisis, their songs give voice to their frustration, touching on corrupt politicians and human rights.
Their new full length, “Where Do You Stand?” is a challenge to the listener to question where they stand on issues that affect all of us. Produced and recorded by Anti-Flag’s Chris(#2)Barker, “Where Do You Stand?” is due out June 3rd on A-F Records with extensive East Coast and Midwest touring to follow.
After meeting in college in 2013, Antonio DiBiasio (drums) and David Pinkerton (guitar) began jamming their favorite songs together. They eventually began writing original songs and the band grew, gaining the talents of Doug Boylan on lead guitar and Sam Allison with vocal duties. Josh Mauro later joined the band, jumping onto bass after performing vocals in his previous musical efforts. The band began recording in the summer of 2017, releasing their first single that fall.
A Moment in Pompeii’s name reflects the temporary nature of life in a broken and unforgiving world: do what you can, while you can. Make your moment matter, because life is fleeting.
Across the Dawn is a band from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania region that blends rock and electronic music together to form a sound that is powerful and atmospheric. The band has a diverse catalog of songs that reach your imagination and emotions with lyrical and musical imagery that can be described like a photograph developing in the listener’s mind. It is a sound you can get lost in that is not only heard but felt. The band consists of Josh Morris, Shawn Minerd, Justin Smith, and Micahel Meucci. Across the Dawn’s self-titled debut album is out now!
After the Fall is a 4 piece, original hard rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Originally formed back in 2004, they’ve undergone several lineup changes over the years, and although met with success soon after their formation, it’s their current incarnation that has the city of Pittsburgh, and cities throughout the country, abuzz. With Matt Ferrante on drums, Steve Craven on bass, Zac Sheppard on guitar, and Doug Carnahan on vocals/guitar, they’ve made a bang in Pittsburgh and surrounding regions. They’ve shared the stage with such national acts as Hurt, Sevendust, The Sin City Sinners, Corrosion of Conformity, Nonpoint, Primer 55, and more. They have played in cities across the country, turning heads and recruiting new fans as if they’re lives depended on it.