I-Rock 93.5 Concert Announcement: Shaman’s Harvest & Crobot Coming To Quad Cities
A warm summer Friday night at The Rust Belt with rock. Let's do it. June 17, I-Rock 93.5 welcomes Shaman's Harvest, Crobot, Any Given Sin, and The Forty Twos.
This is going to be a party night with tickets starting at just $20. The tickets go on sale tomorrow (4/8) at 10:00 a.m. right here. Plus of course, you can win them by listening and you can win Party Pit passes by registering below.
With a combined 250 million-plus streams, 100,000 albums, and 415,000 singles sold, Shaman's Harvest is back with their 7th album which just dropped on March 11, 2022. Frontman Nathan Hunt says, "This was the hardest record we've ever made, on every level."
The Missouri hard-rockers assembled this project during a global pandemic that debilitated the entire music industry. "Hard" has kinda been universal lately. But the road to Rebelator was even rockier than the band expected: natural disasters, logistical nightmares, an extreme case of collective writer's block. "We struggled the whole way."
Every creative step seemed to be hampered by an outside distraction—or even an act of God. “A tornado ripped through our town, 2 miles from our studio, leveling everything in its path” recalls guitarist Josh Hamler. “Luckily, no one was killed. Everything can be rebuilt, but we completely lost our creative vibe following the tragic event”.
But through it all, Shaman's Harvest came out the other side with a new album and another Top 25 song in "Voices".
Riff-monsters Crobot conjures up the kind of rock 'n' roll that has grooves so powerful they throw you around the room and hooks high enough to shake the heavens. They take the sweet-sounding nectar of the gods and pour it down your throat until you're wailing along like a banshee.
With tens of millions of streams, countless shows, and acclaim from the likes of Metal Hammer, Classic Rock, Kerrang, BBC Radio, SiriusXM Octane, Loudwire, Guitar World, and more, Brandon Yeagley [vocals], Chris Bishop [guitar], Tim Peugh [bass], and Dan Ryan [drums] realize their vision like never before on their fifth full-length, Feel This [Released June 3 via Mascot Records].
Feel This is the follow-up to 2019s Top 10 Heatseekers album Motherbrain – whose cumulative streams have surpassed 30 million. 20 million of which were for the goliath single "Low Life" - a US Top 10 at active rock radio on the Billboard Mainstream with a 29-week run.
Any Given Sin
The Forty Twos
During one of the most difficult times our generation has ever faced, four individuals found themselves at a complete standstill. All the things that they knew were coming to an end and a season of change was setting in. Hailing from the plains of the heartland, hard work is no stranger to The Forty Twos. When the music came to fruition not only was there a new chapter in all their lives starting to unfold also a new WHY came to be. Heart-stopping drums wrapped up in screaming guitar melodies cranked up to 11 quickly became the standard at The Forty Twos rehearsals. However, the ‘why’ was discovered after some time. In a world of disconnection and mind-numbing distractions, this music will bring you together with everybody in the room while also making you face emotions old and new alike.
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