Punk-rock heroes Eve 6 first exploded onto the scene in 1998 with their smash hit "Inside Out", and they've been cranking out the hits ever since. The band combines honest lyrics with grunge guitars and hard-hitting drum patterns to achieve their anthemic sound, and it all comes together at their passionate, fast-paced live performances. Whether they're playing nostalgic tunes like "Here's To The Night" or sharing tracks from 2012's Speak In Code -- their first record since their eight-year hiatus – the members of Eve 6 are masters of their craft who never fail to deliver a high-octane show on their unforgettable tours.
Southern California pop punk group Eve 6 was formed in 1995 by high school friends Max Collins, Jon Siebels, and Nick Meyers. They started out playing local gigs in the LA area under the name Eleventeen and scored a recording contract with RCA before they even reached graduation. The young act achieved mainstream success with their 1998 self-titled debut, which was certified platinum and lanuched the group to stardom with the No. 1 hit "Inside Out". They followed up with 2000's Horrorscope, another standout record that showcased the band's softer side with "Here's To The Night". The band parted ways in 2004 but reunited to record 2012's Speak In Code, which earned a Top 10 spot on the Billboard Alternative Albums chart and put the band back on the rock music radar. Since then Eve 6 has shared the stage with Everclear, All-American Rejects, and headlined several dates of their own, and they'll continue to share hit-filled sets with eager fans on tour.