LA metal outfit Volumes hit the scene in a big way with their 2010 debut EP The Concept of Dreaming, and they've been a deathcore mainstay ever since. The band features two lead vocalists, and the combined intensity of their growls and screams propels the group's bone-crushing sound to new heights when they perform live. Beloved for their chugging, decibel-shattering concerts, Volumes continues to blow minds with blistering renditions of favorites like "Wormholes" and "Intake" as well as cuts from sophomore album No Sleep while on tour.
Volumes formed in Los Angeles in the late '00s and quickly rose to prominence in deathcore circles with their 2010 debut EP The Concept of Dreaming. Their unique lineup helped establish their unique sound -- the band is comprised of dual lead vocalists Michael Barr and Gus Farias, guitarist Diego Farias, bassist Raad Soudani, and drummer Nick Ursich. Volumes released their debut album Via in 2011, earning praise from critics and fans for their combination of melodic sensibility and sheer sonic brutality. They proved to be just as impressive on tour in support of the album, flooring audiences around the country with their electrifying energy and massive live sound. With their sophomore LP No Sleep and a string of appearances on the Vans Warped Tour generating more buzz in 2014, Volumes has ticket buyers eagerly awaiting the chance to catch their fury on tour.