Oh, Sleeper

Famous Last Words, Convictions,

Empty, Traveler

at The Pin

August 11, 2019 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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Time: 6:30pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 6:00pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $15

Oh, Sleeper finally returns to Spokane after years of being away in celebration of their new album "Bloodied / Unbowed" on a Sunday night with Famous Last Words, Convictions, Empty as well as the debut of the newest Spokane area band Traveler. This is a rare event for the area not to miss!

OH, SLEEPER
https://www.facebook.com/ohsleeper/
https://twitter.com/weareohsleeper

FAMOUS LAST WORDS
https://www.facebook.com/famouslastwordsmusic/

CONVICTIONS
https://www.facebook.com/ConvictionsRock/
https://shop.convictionsrock.com
https://www.instagram.com/convictionsrock

EMPTY
https://www.facebook.com/emptyisaband/
https://emptyisaband.com

TRAVELER
https://www.facebook.com/traveler509/

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Oh, Sleeper is an American Metalcore band that forged themselves in 2006, creating a dark tech-metal sound that would define the genre for years to come with pioneering guitar work, captivating lyrics, soaring vocals, and devastating breakdowns. In over a decade's span, Oh, Sleeper released 3 full length albums (Solid State Records), 2 EP's, and toured world-wide alongside genre giants Bring Me The Horizon, Underoath, August Burns Red, Every Time I Die, The Devil Wears Prada and many many more. After independently releasing "The Titan EP" and being featured on the full Van's Warped Tour 2013, Oh, Sleeper took a step back to allow clean vocalist and lead guitarist Shane Blay to form California based rock/metal band Wovenwar with members of fellow American Metalcore act, As I Lay Dying. Today, Oh, Sleeper is back and more powerful than ever. With long-standing drummer Zac Mayfield and founders Micah Kinard and Shane Blay, Oh, Sleeper is gearing up for their 4th full length album release and most mature effort, "Bloodied/Unbowed", a sonic testament encapsulating the turbulence of their last 6 years and near break-up of the band. Frontman, Micah Kinard, is quoted saying "We've never spent more time writing, scrapping, rewriting, and perfecting an album in our history as a band and we couldn't be more proud of it. 'Bloodied/Unbowed' is proof that we can and will continue, not just as we were, but better than we've ever been."