Christmas Beach Party

Feat: FIVE OF THE EYES || SUPERORDER || GEPH

at EMPIRE

December 26, 2015 9:30 pm - 1:00 am
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Time: 9:30pm     Day: Saturday     Doors: 9:00pm     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $6
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9PM Doors || 18+

$8 DOS /$6 DOS w/ student ID 

$6 ADV

 THIS EVENT IS 18+  !!!!

A mind altering assault of energy and performance, Five Of The Eyes is Portland Maine's newest rock act to hit the scene. Blending influences of Prog, Funk, and Latin, this is a group that will make you funk dance yourself into a full blown explosion of head banging rock. 

 

Website: www.fiveoftheeyes.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/5oftheeyes

 

Debut EP available now on Bandcamp: 5oftheeyes.bandcamp.com

 

" ... a self-titled, self-produced first studio effort that’s arrestingly dynamic, heavy yet danceable, and deceptively melodic. It draws on the progressive metal roots of many of the band members, but it brings in further Latin, funk and pop elements. It’s one of the strongest debuts from a new Maine band in the past two years, and it’s already helped the band garner some early buzz as a seriously awesome live act." 

 

-Emily Burnham (Culture Shock, Bangor Daily News)

Superorder is a new-age space rock quartet that leads its listeners on a psychedelic voyages through time in waves of dream-pop, prog-rock, power-metal, melodic-jazz, and shoegaze song structures that are juxtaposed with walls of electronic sound design akin to guided meditations, underwater levels in 16-bit video games, and soundtracks to cult films of the 70's and 80's. Visually, the group immerse their audiences in a multimedia experience of music with a homemade laser show and retro projections of vintage computer animation lost in time.

 Website: 

https://superorder.bandcamp.com/music

 GEPH is an instrumental progressive jazz metal trio riding the very cutting edge of contemporary music. With Josh Goldberg and John Tyler Kent on Chapman Stick, and Josh Merhar on drums, the three of them sound as big as a five-piece, and work to expand the modern conceptions of arranging and composing in a heavy, intense and still succinctly musical format.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNxxitAbW9g