Mar 2, 2013
Door Time: 8:00 PM
Presented By: 94.3 KILO

Day: Saturday, March 2, 2013
Door Time: 8:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $10
Day Of Show Price: $12
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The pieces that doesn’t fit in to the puzzle. The passionate and merciless, tearing the past apart over and over again. Avatar are the once who never rest, never stay and dwell in what has happened before. They know what they’re doing. They know what has to be done. They are the voices in your head.

Avatar and their followers are the once who dare to see their full potential, not afraid to stare deep into whatever darkness that comes their way. Founded in the then young Swedish boy John Alfredsson’s mind by the turn of the millennium, they have always stood for relentlessness and determination. With the addition of every new member the energy has risen like a mushroom cloud. Avatar means a God in disguise. Nothing but greatness is accepted. With the blunt force that is metal music Avatar has set out to claim their kingdom; Earth.

MalakaiMALAKAI was formed in the Summer of 2004, by Jon Saultz(guitar), Chris Forsythe(Vocals), Jamison Becker(Drums) and Joe Gaydos(bass).
All long time veterans of the Colorado music scene, the four members of MALAKAI quickly established themselves as serious contenders for the heavy music crown. The independently released debut ep "Chasing Demons" garnered praise from around the globe, with the title track being chosen as "Track of the day." Critical acclaim followed as MALAKAI was voted "2005 Best Popular Music Group" by the Pikes Peak Area Arts Council. Promoters and club owners have taken notice, as the band has been asked to share the stage with such underground heavyweights as Machine Head, Suicidal Tendencies, Devildriver, Goatwhore, Soilent Green, Chimaira, Devin Townsend Project, Cattle Decapitation, Vader, 3 Inches of Blood, The Acacia Strain, Bury Your Dead and many others. November 24, 2006 brought the release of "Funerals," the crushing next chapter in the MALAKAI legacy, which sold out of it's initial pressing in one month. Branching out into the adult film industry, MALAKAI music was featured in Misty's XXX Girls Volume 5, to rave reviews from perverts the world over. The band went on hiatus in 2007, with Gaydos relocating to the East coast, and Becker moving on to other projects. 2009 brought the return of MALAKAI as original members Forsythe and Saultz were joined by new drummer Todd Morrison (Grindscape, Seven Year Coma) and bassist Brian Voorhies (Chebedda, Intake, The Color Insane.) After a year of steady shows, Malakai entered Crooked House Studios in early 2011 to record the 3rd release, entitled "Monday." Released on April 1, 2011, "Monday" has been received positive response from both fans and critics alike, so much in fact that Malakai was named the best hard rock/metal band at the 2011 Independent Music Awards ( an honor the band has repeated in 2012 and 2013.

Another Shade Of Hate REUNION SHOW
Another Shade Of Hate REUNION SHOWFormed in the fall of 2005, Another Shade of Hate has cranked out its brand of thrash metal layered with riffs influenced by everything from Megadeth to Pantera. Since its birth, the band has shared the stage with such notables as Nonpoint, Hemlock, Drowning Pool, Diecast, Five Finger Death Punch, 2 Cents, Apiary, Oblige, Into Eternity, Static X, Psychostick, Mower, Vital Remains, Silent Civilian, Bleeding Through, In This Moment, Oceano and The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza.

Until Chaos
Until Chaos