Decades In

Decades In

Samsara, She Thinks I'm Alex, Evan

Mon Oct 23 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

El Corazon

$10.00 - $12.00


This event is all ages

Decades In
Decades In
We are Decades In, a four-piece Melodic Metalcore outfit from Northern California. January 2016 marked the beginning. The band entered the studio to record the self-funded, self-titled EP “Decades In” at Rain City Audio in Portland, OR. Soon after tracking concluded the band hit the scene with a force and quickly became a known act in the local market. In the months to come, the group was featured on a handful of online publications and premiered the music video for the title track “Buried Under” on HM Magazine. The video was a success and the results showed on the band first west coast tour! The momentum did not stop there! The quartet continued to build their following in the local market and along the way signed with up and coming management group, Pinup Artist Management. Then released the follow up music video for the song “Silver Linings (Somebody Else)” via New Noise Magazine. The song featured a different sound compared to the other tracks on the album but that did not detour the fan base nearly as much as the song was embraced. The audience and band found it refreshing. The video help spark an immaculate follow up tour, the groups most successful west coast run by far!

Expect to see Decades In on the road again this summer and fall. The band is currently writing a follow up album and plans on debuting a few singles leading up to the sophomore release.
Yuma, Arizona brings you metalcore quartet Samsara. With growling lows, catchy choruses, and punch you in the face breakdowns Samsara pulls in influences from Fit For A King, The Ghost Inside, Gideon and Wage War. After releasing their Debut EP "Bloodlines" recorded by Cory Brunnemann, and releasing a music video for their song "Dear Brethren" directed by Jeremy Tremp. Samsara is ready to hit the road and show the world what they have to offer. Sending a message that regardless of what separates us, there is a commonality that brings us together. Through music, we are a family.
She Thinks I'm Alex
Venue Information:
El Corazon
109 Eastlake Ave East
Seattle, WA, 98109