BLIND TOMORROW w / Jeffrey Harrison and Gates of Mira
Technical virtuosity and hooky, moody aural landscapes are synthesized by Gates of Mira into a truly unique “melodic metal” sensibility. Myles and Elliott Cook, along with bassist Jimi Janusz and vocalist Makayla Mower keep the pedal down but don’t forget to present rich and tuneful passages while throwing down incendiary metal progressions.
Rising quickly in the Denver scene are alt-indy rockers, Blind Tomorrow, under the direction of brothers, Bryan and Corey Tyler. Their EP release, “Narrow Mind” has been knocking listeners out with its complex blend of gripping alt-rock guitar riffs, layered harmonic atmospheres, inescapable melodic brilliance and vocal immediacy . The band will debut its new 4 piece line-up with Logan Hileman on drums and Kyle Fitzgerald on bass. Blind Tomorrow are dynamic and dramatic performers known for leaving every ounce of their energy on the stage.
Singer-Songwriter and CEO of Artemesia Records, Jeffrey Harrison will bend the blues every which way: funky and traditional in the vein of the Albert and B.B. King, cosmic/galactic explorations a la Hendrix, and soulful SRV type jams all blended with Harrison’s constant melodic sensibility. Harrison will be joined by fellow blues voyagers Rob Leavitt on bass and Tracy Mullins on drums.
First 100 fans through the door will receive a free copy of Blind Tomorrow’s special edition CD: “Live and Acoustic”