with Anaria, Royal Street, Analog Heart, Seven Spires, V, Sorrowseed & more!
Saturday October 24th
Tickets: $15 ADV. • $18 DOS.
The Goddesses of Rock Fest
Coming October 24th to Fete Music Hall in Providence, Black Sheep Entertainment presents: The Goddesses Of Rock Fest! This is an all day two stage event dedicated to female fronted bands of all many genres from all around New England & beyond! This one of a kind event not to be missed! Lets give the hard working and talented ladies of the scene one hell of a time! This is an ALL AGES event. $15 ADV. / $18 DOS.
Contact / Anaria / Royal Street / Analog Heart / Seven Spires / Shred of Salvation / V / Sorrowseed / Sadie Vada / Taken / Whisky Fyre / Q / Cruel Miracle / The October Accord / Frantic Endeavor / Affliction / Blue Beam / HEMLOK / Paryah / Blind Revision
CONTACT is Sarah Graziani, Matt Rhoades, Aaron Shelton and Jon Cabral. The band formed in Boston in 2014, when they began work on the songs that would become their debut LP, “Sleepwalk Into The Dark”. Co-written by Graziani and Rhoades, the songs are reflections on the struggles of choosing to be an artist. “This album means a lot to Matt and I because it was a big departure for us when we began the writing process. We had experienced success with other music projects, but felt like we lost touch with who we really were as artists. Where in the past we had been writing this super-structured, very thought-out poppy music, we kind of had to re-learn to follow our instincts and to write from the heart. But it’s been a very rewarding journey and we’re so glad to have rediscovered our old selves again,” says Graziani. The ten-song album features Graziani’s unique vocal rasp dreamily floating over Rhoades’ intricate electronic soundscapes. Part new-wave, part shoegaze, “Sleepwalk Into The Dark” is set for a September release via Doghouse Records, with U.S. touring to follow.
Blending heavy metal, classical arrangements and operatic vocal harmonies, Anaria is like no other band. Equally at home playing with a variety of genres, Anaria has the musicality to play with traditional metal bands but the wide appeal and sensibility to play with modern rock and pop acts. No matter the venue or line up, Anaria can bring the crowds.
"We are Royal Street. Making music is our one and only prerogative, and we love doing it more than anything else! The best part is when we get to go out and share our tunes with everyone and meet awesome new people. If we could take every person we meet through the band who we friggin love out for a pizza party and other fun activities, YA BETTER BELIEVE WE WOULD - but like most other bands, our funds are limited. Our songs are about growing up, moving on, overcoming, loving, leaving, and just being a person. We sincerely hope that we can connect with and help people with the stuff we put out there. But the main thing that you can absolutely count on is that our music will make you MOVE YA HIPS! And hopefully drop your drawers (don't be shy). Peace, love, and kittens."