Kick Off to Summer with a ‘Schools Out Metal Show’ in Missoula
We know how painful the last few days of school can be. The finish line is so close, yet there you sit staring out the classroom window at the spring sunshine. When the day finally arrives and you hear that final bell ring, the feeling is almost as exciting as waking up on Christmas morning.
Why not celebrate the official kick-off to summer with a live metal concert?
Walking Corpse Syndrome is joining forces with Ceres and Zephyria for a kick-ass show on June 11th at the ZACC (Zootown Arts Community Center) 216 West Main St in Missoula.
It's an ALL AGES show.
Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 for a "Tour Supporter Ticket"
About the bands:
Walking Corpse Syndrome is a local band that has really made a name for themselves on a national level. With airplay on SiriusXM Liquid Metal as well as positive reviews from multiple national accredited rock critics.
“Their music floods my heart with modern death metal love,” Emperor Rhombus from Metalsucks.net
Ceres is a metalcore band from Missoula, Montana featuring hard-hitting riffs, driving rhythms and engaging lyrics conveyed through a mix of traditional with aggressively harsh vocals. Their live shows are an intense blend of powerful stage presence that couples humor, crowd engagement and intensity with the focus and precision of session musicians.
Zephyria is a technical progressive deathcore band out of Kalispell, Montana. Their Paragon Ep is available for free and they are currently hard at work on their debut album.