Bringing a face-melting digital onslaught, Michigan electronicore band I See Stars expertly weaves together electronic dance beats with intricate guitar work, setting it all atop a signature hardcore foundation. Hot off the 2013 release of their acclaimed album New Demons, they promise to aggressively shred more eardrums with additional 2014 dates for The New Kings Tour.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Wow, such a great singer, even tired he was still pumping out perfect notes. Talent and dedication. These guys are so underrated." "These guys are so intense live. One of the best shows I went to."
"Wow, I haven't seen very many bands that can perform like this live. The vocalist did fantastic, really impressed."
I See Stars started on the same Warren, Michigan block where brothers Devin and Andrew Oliver grew up with Jeff Valentine and Brent Allen. They were officially formed in 2006 after they rounded out their sound with buddies Jimmy Gregerson and Zach Johnson. Since releasing the debut album 3-D, which featured Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, the quintet has continually raised the electronicore bar. On 2013's New Demons, the band achieved a masterful effort that had both critics and fans singing its praises.