Overwith

  • Fête Music Hall 103 Dike Street Providence, RI, 02909 United States
Fête & Black Sheep Entertainment present

Overwith

with Bloodline Theory, Silent Season, Fear the Masses, Impending Reflections

Saturday, April 22nd

Fête Lounge
Doors: 6pm
Tickets: $10
All Ages



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Overwith

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Starting back in mid-2013, Overwith set out with a vision to create a style of hard rock music that is both unique and accessible. They’ve quickly made an impact on the Providence scene with their dedication, passion, and explosive stage performances. The band looks to use the momentum of Follow the Sun to increase their reach and build a larger audience.





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Bloodline Theory

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Bloodline Theory is a dynamic and versatile Heavy Metal/Hard Rock band from southeastern Massachusetts. When you see them live, you can bet that they will leave it all on the stage. Bloodline Theory began as Bloodline Conspiracy in 2009. Fred Nota (vocalist for Escape to Everything) called Joel Hopkins (guitarist of Dying Days) and asked if he would be interested in forming a side project with Joel's cousins Matt Wein, (guitarist for Escape to Everything) and Matt's younger brother Mike Wein who had not been in a band yet. They spent the next several months writing and recording the songs that would become the first Bloodline Conspiracy demo.

Paul Lourenco (drummer for The Evening) was recruited to record drum tracks for the demo recordings, but couldn’t commit to playing with the band full time. When Joel’s band Dying Days disbanded, Joel called upon Paul Sylvia on bass and Dave Caradimos on drums. Both of whom were band mates of Joel's in Dying Days. They changed the band name to Torn Apart and played a handful of local shows before disbanding in the end of 2010.

In January of 2011 Joel once again asked Paul L. to record drum tracks for some of the Torn Apart songs that Joel had written but never got a chance to record. Once the recordings were done, the remaining members of Torn Apart decided to reform as Bloodline Theory and played their first show on 7/30/11. In 2012 Fred Nota left the band to pursue other musical endeavors, leaving Mike Wein to take the reigns as lead vocalist and front man for the band.

In the winter of 2013 bassist Paul Silva left the band. Joel immediately thought of Mike "Creature" of the band Woodland Creatures. Joel had been playing guitar for the Woodland Creatures and had already developed a bond with Mike both musically and personally. Mike had also worked with Paul Lourenco previously in Paul's band Trucks and Skulls. Mike's style and personality immediately gelled with the band. With a new line up and renewed sense of purpose, the band is preparing to release their first full length record "One and the Same" and performing locally and nationally to promote it.





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Silent Season

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It’s no secret that the world of rock music has gone through some big changes, and Boston, being one of the greatest hubs of hard rock & metal, was hit as hard as any. SILENT SEASON came together during this time, selecting a name that reflects the end of favorite venues, radio stations and record stores. “We selected a band name which has depth to it, an emotional play.” says drummer Dave Pappalardo. “There is not exactly a wildfire of new music happening right now, and as musicians we have to stay positive. Silent Season is starting a movement – holding the torch for bands which influenced us, with a sound uniquely ours.”

Citing influences ranging from Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace to Metallica and The Beatles, SILENT SEASON incubated for a year with lead singer & lyricist Jeremy Rae and drummer Dave Pappalardo writing and rehearsing to define the band before coalescing with guitarists Brendan Sheehan and Anthony Puliafico Jr.

The band has worked with producers Alex “The Greek” Hatziyannis at Old Folks Studios, Brad Young who has platinum LFO albums to his credit, and former Creed bassist and Dark New Day singer Brett Hestla. Twelve tracks were recorded for SILENT SEASON’s debut album, Breaking Me Down, which came out in the summer of 2012. The album was mastered at M-Works Studios in Cambridge, MA by Grammy-nominated producer Jonathan Wyner, whose credits include Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie and Aerosmith.

After a great national response and quickly making a name for themselves, SILENT SEASON decided it was time to record their new music since their sound has evolved. The band took the end of 2013 to hit the studio and start working on every idea they had. With 2014 as the game changer, they are making a point to play nationally and put out some of the best music this band has ever done.

Introducing SILENT SEASON - a band whose emotional melodic rock, forthright message and unrelenting determination is anything but quiet.





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Fear the Masses

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An intense combination of hip hop and post-hardcore, Fear the Masses embody the spirit and unrest of today's society. Influenced by (hed) p.e., Rage Against the Machine, and KRS-One, for their stance on social and political injustice, Fear the Masses ignites the crowd with passionately, powerful vocals mixed with a groove not heard in this heavy style of music.

Fear the Masses is a politically and socially driven band based out of the New Haven area of CT. Using hardcore and metal grooves under a hip-hop and soul vocals the band hopes to convey a message of unrest that has shaped this nation as of late. All the members of the band come from completely different backgrounds not just musically but economically and socially. These differences allow the group to have a unique sound and point of view that gets the crowd going each and every show. Fear the Masses (F.T.M.) draws comparisons to Rage Against the Machine, (Hed) p.e., and Deftones all of which are only part of the experience that Fear the Masses brings to their live show. The band has opened for national acts including Sevendust, Nonpoint, Taproot, Lacuna Coil, (Hed) p.e., Drowning Pool, Butcher Babies, Flyleaf, Eye Empire, In This Moment, Coal Chamber, Three Years Hollow, and Mushroomhead to name a few. Currently Fear the Masses is looking to tour in the New England area and beyond.





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Impending Reflections

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Impending Reflections (I.R.) is an emerging rock band out of Providence, Rhode Island. Blending multi generational influences with a seasoned and diverse writing style that is catching the attention of listeners everywhere. This band is further proving that rock is alive and well! Couple this with a high energy live performance that leaves you wanting more, this is one band to keep an eye on. Officially formed in late 2012, I.R. also has a very unique and rare quality...they consist of two fathers and their sons! Their journey started off as what they called a generation jam, but the chemistry quickly turned into writing original material.

In 2015 the band released its’ debut full-length studio album “Kindred”. The 12 tracks resonate with a powerful rhythm section, catchy riffs with wailing guitars, meaningful lyrics and memorable melodies. Each song tells a story and paints a vivid picture about life, choices and social topics that people can connect with. Granite Coast Entertainment reviewed the album and summed it up as “If you enjoy rock music with a bit of old school sound, this album will not disappoint you!”

They have released 4 official music videos on their official YouTube channel. “The Road” captured April 2015 music video of the month honors and was a finalist for video of the year on Charter TV3 music and entertainment channel WooTube. Videos for “Sweet Susan” and “Ghosts in the Mist” were also nominated for video of the month honors.

I.R. has supported several top national acts including Bret Michaels, Ted Nugent, Lita Ford, LA Guns, Warrant, Trixter, Black Tide, Anvil, and Grammy nominee Shadows Fall. They have also headlined several shows and supported such artists as Dead By Wednesday, Kobra Kai, The Bunny The Bear, Leaving Eden, Scare Don’t Fear, Outline in Color, Mad Kings, Pistol Shot Gypsy and many others. In 2015, they were selected as a finalist in The Last Band Standing in RI sponsored by the New England Music Awards. I.R. ended that year as the Home BRU’d artist of the week, a show that airs on 95.5fm WBRU. Performing live at the station and featured for the week. 2016 kicked off being invited to take part in the WXIN Rock Hunt and played on 94.1fm WHJY SoundCheck.

Their music has been featured and placed in rotation on several Internet radio stations including Boston Rock Radio, 365 Radio Network, ValleyFM, KGF Rocks, MuseBoat Radio, Indie Scene Radio and several others. On Boston Rock Radio they were in the Top 3 requested songs for over 12 consecutive months with “Dead Black Roses”, “The Road” and “House of Gables”. I.R. has also held the #1 spot in the rock genre on multiple occasions on ReverbNation. Holding this top spot for several consecutive months and continuing to be in the top 10.

Their debut album “Kindred” is available for download on several online sites such as on iTunes, Amazon, Xbox, Google Music, CDBaby and Spotify. Also available in a professionally packaged CD that includes a full color 12-song lyric booklet.

Impending Reflections is currently playing across New England (RI, MA, CT, NH) and working on new material for their second full-length studio album scheduled for release in 2017.