Amigos Cantina
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 9pm

Wednesday April 24 at Amigos Cantina
19+ (id req)
Doors at 8:30pm Bands at 9:00
$15 adv $20 doors

Widmore- Canadian Metalcore/Boyband Widmore hasn’t been around long, but that hasn’t stopped them from garnering support all around the world. While the band’s sound is based in Metalcore, their R&B and Pop influences are on full display in their live show, with every member of the band taking on the title of “Vocalist”. With a full Van’s Warped tour run under their belt and a headlining tour in the spring, 2019 is set to be another exciting year for Widmore.

Tama Hills- diverse, hard-hitting post-hardcore/metal-core band from British Columbia, Canada.

It is led by frontman Liam Glaim (Trace The Sky, The Perfect Trend), who wrote and recorded the band’s first five singles entirely by himself, before forming a full five piece lineup to perform live and contribute future material.

The band name is a reference to a Sharks! on Fire! song of that title, which speaks about the struggles of fighting against the feeling of losing youthfulness in one’s heart (no matter what your age is).

The band’s debut 7 song EP, “BOOKMARK”, was released on 11/23/18, after a successful pre-order rollout campaign. Two Western Canada tours followed in promotion of it. The EP has garnered two singles with 25k+ views on youtube, along with US label interest, and physical distribution deals at all 7 BC Sunrise Records locations. The band has also opened for national/international acts such as Children of Bodom, Silverstein, Protest The Hero, and The Wonder Years during this timeframe. 2019 will involve more Canada/US touring and promotion in support of the “Bookmark” EP.

Tama Hills – Tama Hills is a diverse, hard-hitting post-hardcore/metal-core band from British Columbia, Canada.

It is led by frontman Liam Glaim (Trace The Sky, The Perfect Trend), who wrote and recorded the band’s first five singles entirely by himself, before forming a full five piece lineup to perform live and contribute future material.

The band name is a reference to a Sharks! on Fire! song of that title, which speaks about the struggles of fighting against the feeling of losing youthfulness in one’s heart (no matter what your age is).

The band’s debut 7 song EP, “BOOKMARK”, was released on 11/23/18, after a successful pre-order rollout campaign. Two Western Canada tours followed in promotion of it. The EP has garnered two singles with 25k+ views on youtube, along with US label interest, and physical distribution deals at all 7 BC Sunrise Records locations. The band has also opened for national/international acts such as Children of Bodom, Silverstein, Protest The Hero, and The Wonder Years during this timeframe. 2019 will involve more Canada/US touring and promotion in support of the “Bookmark” EP.

Hawking – Since their inception in 2013, progressive alternative rockers HAWKING have gone about combining powerful, melodic vocals with surgically tight, interlocking guitar work and syncopated rhythms to yield a sound as viscerally impactful as it is highly addictive.

Despite their unwavering DIY ethic and reputation for being one of Canada’s hardest-touring bands, HAWKING’s production – both on record and at their notoriously intense and dramatic live shows – are far from amateur. Accompanied by an elaborate light show, HAWKING exude the confidence and delivery akin to that of many of their more well-known contemporaries.

Underpinned by their passionate and honest approach to songwriting, HAWKING’s latest release, Diverge, is at the forefront of the band’s arsenal as they continue to conquer international shores with their ambitious and appealing brand of rock.

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“Atmospheric guitar rock different enough to distinguish it from any crowd, but familiar enough to satisfy a variety of audiences.”
—Ghettoblaster Magazine

“A musical journey into sonically adventurous territory for those inclined to come along for the wild and brazen ride.”
—PopMatters

“Powerful lyrics layer beautifully over the band’s rippling Alt Rock melodies.”
—The Culture Trip