Sick Of It All with Murphy's Law

Smash Magazine Presents

Sick Of It All with Murphy's Law

Death By Stereo

Wed ยท June 6, 2018

8:00 pm

Backstage Bar & Billiards

Las Vegas, Nevada

$16.00 - $18.00

This event is 21 and over

Tickets On Sale: Friday, March 16th // Price: GA Advance $16, GA Day of Show $18
Backstage Bar DOES NOT have a BOX OFFICE. Tickets will be available at the door on the day of.
The ticket price includes a 9% Live Entertainment Tax as assessed by the state of Nevada.
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All General Admission tickets are Standing Room Only. Bar Seating is first come, first served.
Backstage Bar is a smoking approved venue, please be aware if you are sensitive to smoke.
No Re-Entry is allowed to control our capacity. Should you leave, your ticket is no longer valid.

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Sick Of It All
Sick Of It All
New York Hardcore band founded in 1985.
Murphy's Law
Murphy's Law
American hardcore band from New York City formed in 1982.
Death By Stereo
Death By Stereo
Death By Stereo is a hardcore band. They were formed in 1996 in Orange County, California, with 5 members. Of these original members, only Efrem Schulz still plays with the band. Death By Stereo is well known for their energetic performances, and intricate guitar work.

The band was formed by Ian Fowles, Jarrod Alexander, Efrem Schulz, Paul Miner and Jim Miner out of were the remnants of Clint, CleanX and the D-Cons (their former bands). They practiced in Jarrod's garage for a few months and then decided to record a demo. They recorded five songs at For The Record Studios, where Paul worked. Out of the five songs, four of them went on to be included on the album If Looks Could Kill, I'd Watch You Die. On March 5, 1998, they played their first show, and soon after began playing more shows around Southern California.

In 1998, Death By Stereo was signed to Indecision Records, and released their first album in the following year. Shortly after Jarrod moved to Boston to pursue music full time at the Berklee School Of Music, and was replaced by Tim Bender. Keith also left the band, to pursue his other bands Throwdown and Eighteen Visions. He was replaced by Dan Palmer, formely of the band Eyelid. Ian also left the band fairly early on, going on tour with the likes of Sense Field and Further Seems Forever, and as of summer 2006 serving as The Aquabats' full-time guitarist under the psuedonym Eagle "Bones" Falconhawk. They toured for the rest of the year.
Venue Information:
Backstage Bar & Billiards
601 E Fremont St
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101
http://www.backstagebarandbilliards.com/