I, The Breather
One Year Later, Amateur Theory, Between The Lions, The Road To Milestone, Fatal Impulse
Fri, December 7, 2012
$11.00 - $13.00
This event is all ageshttp://www.chameleonclub.net/event/186119/
All only picking up instruments for the first time in the later half of their teens, they acted quickly to record and release their first Demo CD in early 2009. The rest of the year found them supporting acts such as After The Fall (NSW), Calling All Cars (VIC) and Grant Walmsley [The Screaming Jets] (NSW) on top of playing many venues including The Hi-Fi Brisbane, Ipswich Civic Centre, Sands Tavern Maroochydore, Swell Tavern Gold Coast and Ivory Tavern Tweed Heads to name a few. Hitting No.1 on the Triple J Unearthed Rock charts for 3 weeks in October was also a highlight, as well as being played on local university radio station Phoenix Radio.
In May 2010 the band released their Debut EP to the world, celebrating with an EP Launch show at The Zoo Brisbane, which saw over 200 people there to mark the occasion. The disc titled “The Lost At Sea EP” is available from any of their shows and on iTunes. They hope to play many shows before the years end, including festivals and their very first national tour of Australia.
Pennsylvania- a music brewing city. A place known for its bands and venues. Metal has become prominent there, almost monotonous. Great success has been seen with the inner lying bands, but creativity can be found deeper then what lies on the surface:
Amateur Theory is Kyle Wilson (Lead Guitar), David Salada (Ryhthm Guitar, Vocals), Jonny Pinto (Bass, Vocals), Alex Marschka (Drums), and Mike Hubley (Vocals). For the past six months Amateur Theory has exercised writing solid, original, creative, and extensive material. Not solely based on one influence - but on a collection of every single members influences and personal experience. It may be hard to put a genre with the music. Some may hear metal, jazz, indie, experimental, hardcore, or even grindcore. But the origin of their music can be cited anywhere from The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Between The Buried And Me, Dream Theater, And Explosions In The Sky - But it doesnt stop there. They embrace their roots with bands and artists like The Beatles, Jonny Cash, Mineral, Sunny Day Real Estate, Engine Down, Page 99, and Ampere. Rest assured that there is something for every listener to indulge in.
223 North Water Street
Lancaster, PA, 17603