Holiday Hell Fest Takes Over Downtown Las Vegas with Cattle Decapitation, Unearth and More Dec. 13

 

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Holiday Hell Fest in Downtown Las Vegas Dec. 13
’Tis the season to raise hell with the first-ever heavy metal holiday show

Get ready to raise the devil horns this holiday season as Smash Magazine debuts the first-ever Holiday Hell Fest at Backstage Bar & Billiards and Fremont Country Club (601 Fremont St.) on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Apocalyptic metalheads Cattle Decapitation and metalcore group Unearth bring their nation-wide tours together for one hell of an event in Downtown Las Vegas along with Atheist, Darkest Hour, Primitive Man, Author & Punisher and Vitriol. Doors to Holiday Hell Fest open at 6 p.m. and tickets start at $26. Fans have the option to upgrade to a combo package for an additional $20 which includes a commemorative festival t-shirt and an 18×24 poster. Tickets can be purchased at www.eventbrite.com or via the Smash Magazine App. This is a 21 and over show.

Get instant news and updates on the free Smash Magazine App by texting “SMASH” to ‘94502’ available on the Apple App and Google Play stores. All tickets can be purchased at www.smashmagazine.com or via the free Smash Magazine Mobile App, so mark your calendars for a lineup of hard hittin’ shows this summer! App Perks rewards users for using the Smash Mobile App – check in or at any live show and after 250 pts earn FREE concert tickets for you and a guest.

Over the course of nineteen years and six full-lengths, the San Diego based band Cattle Decapitation have more than proven themselves as one of the most vital, brutal and relentless forces in extreme music, and with The Anthropocene Extinction, they have delivered a volatile, apocalyptic beast that is as hideous as it is compelling. With 2012’s Monolith of inhumanity, Cattle Decapitation delivered a sledgehammer blow, maintaining their position at the most violent end of the death metal spectrum yet expanding their sound, allowing a little more melody in without losing any of their intensity. As always tied together by a central concept, the lyrics bluntly illustrated the fate of the human race if allowed to continue pillaging and destroying the planet. Rather than taking such themes and applying them to introspective, navel-gazing music, they weld them onto a soundtrack of all out savagery. Dominated by their blistering death-grind attack, shades of caustic black metal seep in across the record, and they further expand on the more epic and melodic aspects of its predecessor, at the same time making for a far more cohesive listening experience.

After an awe-inspiring 15 years of blazing trails and dominating stages, Unearth is now institutionalized as a relentless force in heavy metal, standing the test of time with consistently triumphant creative output, tireless road warrior resilience, blue collar-style workmanship and a resolute determination to deliver the goods. Like Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Testament and Anthrax before them, Unearth emerged as part of a burgeoning revolution in heavy music but continued to maintain their relevance and mastery of their craft. The band resisted and prevailed against changing trends, subcultural fashions and the way music is obtained and distributed with their credibility, integrity and unique persona intact. The men of Unearth – vocalist Trevor Phipps, guitarists Buz McGrath and Ken Susi, bassist John “Slo” Maggard – are proven “lifers.” In just a couple of short years, drummer Nick Pierce has proven his commitment as well. They have put the furtherance of uncompromising heavy music at the forefront of their career goals. Unearth perseveres, conquers and continues to achieve.

ABOUT BACKSTAGE BAR & BILLIARDS
Backstage Bar & Billiards, or “Triple B,” is part upscale billiards lounge and part rock ‘n’ roll museum and homage to subculture. The venue in downtown Las Vegas features some of the world’s biggest DJs, live musical acts and is often considered to be one of Vegas’ best spots to play some pool and have a brew. For more information, please visit www.601Fremont.com or @601Fremont.

ABOUT FREMONT COUNTRY CLUB
Fremont Country Club is a state-of-the-art 800-capacity concert venue at 601 E. Fremont St. in the Fremont East Entertainment District of downtown Las Vegas. The 8,300-square-foot facility will feature everything from blues rock to indie bands and will have live shows three-to-four nights a week. The decor, Tex-Mex with a tinge of swanky chic, features cow-skin ceilings, antler chandeliers and chrome horseshoes. For additional information, please visit www.601Fremont.com or @601Fremont.

Smash Magazine Cranks Up the Music with Alesana, The Sugarhill Gang, GWAR and Grieves

 

SMASH MAGAZINE ANNOUCES ALESANA AND THE SUGARHILL GANG, NOTORIOUS HEAVY METAL BAND GWAR TAKES OVER DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS AND CELEBRATE 15 YEARS WITH HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS AND EMERY
Hip hop fans can also get down with rapper Grieves


Let Smash Magazine be the ultimate concert guide with upcoming shows including rapper Grieves and theatrical metal heads GWAR take over Downtown Las Vegas in October. The legendary Sugarhill Gang takes the stage at Backstage Bar & Billiards to commemorate four decades of their hit “Rapper’s Delight.” Smash Magazine also celebrates 15 years of Silence in Black and White and The Weak’s End with rock bands Hawthorne Heights and Emery with Oh, Sleeper.

Get instant news and updates on the free Smash Magazine App by texting “SMASH” to ‘94502’ available on the Apple App and Google Play stores. All tickets can be purchased at www.smashmagazine.com or via the free Smash Magazine Mobile App, so mark your calendars for a lineup of hard hittin’ shows this summer!  App Perks rewards users for using the Smash Mobile App – check in or at any live show and after 250 pts earn FREE concert tickets for you and a guest.

JUST ANNOUNCED:
Date: Saturday, Aug. 24
Event: Cloak & Dagger Tour
Headliners: Alesana

Support: Capture, Avoid, Dead Superstar
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $16 in advance, $20 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Hard Rock

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 1
Event: Smash Magazine Presents
Headliners: Grieves
Support: Mouse Powell
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $13 in advance, $15 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Hip Hop

Date: Sunday, Oct. 6
Event: Rappers Delight 40th Anniversary
Headliners: Sugarhill Gang x Furious 5

Support: Grandmaster Melle Mel & Scorpio
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $25 in advance, $30 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Hip Hop

ON SALE:
Date: Saturday, July 20
Event: Album Release Performance
Headliners: Distinguisher 
Support: Extortionist
Venue: American Legion Hall (733 N Veterans Memorial Dr.)
Doors: 6PM
Cost: $15 in advance, $15 day of show
Age: All
Genre: Metal

Date: Monday, July 29
Event: Album Release Performance
Headliners: Stand Atlantic 
Support: Lie For Fun and Bo Brusco
Venue: Eagle Aerie Hall (310 W. Pacific Ave.)
Doors: 5PM
Cost: $17 in advance, $17 day of show
Age: All
Genre: Pop Rock

Date: Wednesday, Aug. 21
Event: 15 Year Anniversary
Headliners: Hawthorne Heights & Emery
Support: Oh Sleeper
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $20 in advance, $25 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Emo Rock

Date: Friday, Aug. 22
Event: 20 Years of “Shut Down”
Headliners: Hemlock
Support: Mastiv, AntiTrust and Nebula X
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $12 in advance, $15 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

Date: Thursday, Aug. 29
Event: Smash Magazine Presents 
Headliners: Upon A Burning Body
Support: Of Virtue, Speaking With Ghosts, Alura and A Perfect Being
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $18 in advance, $20 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

Date: Saturday, Sept. 7
Event: Evanston Staging Presents 
Headliners: Mynas
Support: Covina, The Leader The Legend, Pariah Was One and Vatican Falling
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $5 in advance, $10 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

Date: Sunday, Sept. 29
Event: Smash Magazine Presents 
Headliners: Despised Icon
Support: Kublai Khan, Ingested, Shadow of Intent and I Am
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $20 in advance, $25 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

Date: Saturday, Oct. 12
Event: Blackpath Booking Presents 
Headliners: Knocked Loose
Support: Rotting Out, Candy and See You Space Cowboy
Venue: Fremont Country Club (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 4PM
Cost: $20 in advance, $25 day of show
Age: 16+ (All Ages if guardian is present)
Genre: Punk Rock

Date: Thursday, Oct. 17
Event: Smash Magazine Presents 
Headliners: Assuming We Survive and We Were Sharks
Support: Callshot, Sierra and TRVLRS
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $12 in advance, $15 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Rock

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 22
Event: Pulsar Radio Presents 
Headliners: Peelander Z
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $10 in advance, $12 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Japanese Punk

Date: Friday, Oct. 25
Event: Smash Magazine Presents 
Headliners: Night Club
Support: Mother Mercury
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $12 in advance, $15 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Electronic

Date: Saturday, Oct. 26
Event: TWO STAGES – ONE TICKET
Headliner: Gwar, Sacred Reich, Toxic Holocaust and Against The Grain
Support: Enforcer and Warbringer
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 7PM
Cost: $21 in advance, $26 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

Date: Friday, Nov. 29
Event: Pulsar Radio Presents
Headliner: Nile (A Vile Caustic Attack Tour)

Support: Terrorizer
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $20 in advance, $25 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Metal

COMING SOON:
Date: Monday, April 27, 2020
Event: Pulsar Radio Presents
Headliner: Powerglove
Support: Immortal Guardian
Venue: Backstage Bar & Billiards (601 Fremont St.)
Doors: 8PM
Cost: $15 in advance, $20 day of show
Age: 21+
Genre: Instrumental Power Metal

 

Las Vegas Film Festival Returns to Downtown June 7-12, 2016

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LAS VEGAS FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS JUNE 7-12 2016

Throwback Thursday CineVegas Celebration at Brenden Theaters inside the Palms Casino.

#LVFF 2016 in #DTLV June 7-12, 2016. Follow @LVFilmFest on Instagram and Twitter

 

The ninth annual Las Vegas Film Festival begins Tuesday, June 7and runs through Sunday, June 12, 2016. Returning to Downtown Las Vegas, films will be presented at Inspire Theater and Fremont Country Club along with a Throwback Thursday CineVegas Celebration at Brenden Theaters inside the Palms Casino. This six-day event will showcase more than eighty original films and documentaries, adding passionate storytelling and energy to the thriving downtown Las Vegas community.

 

CineVegas’ Throwback Thursday Celebration at Brenden Theaters will be Thursday, June 9. This celebration features the much anticipated film Hunt for the Wilderpeople—a story about a national manhunt ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle (played by Sam Neill) who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush. Premiered in January 2016 at Sundance Film Festival, this New Zealand based film broke box office records during its opening weekend. Then, “Directors Cut” starring Penn Jillette from “Penn & Teller” will round out the night with a special appearance from Penn himself.

 

The film festival is thrilled to host a selection of local films based out of Las Vegas including Frank and Lola, a love story between a chef and a mysterious young woman; and Dealer, a dark comedy/action flick about a blackjack dealer that is forced to sell drugs for the day resulting in disaster. Local production companies Lola Pictures and Silver State Production Services (producers of Frank and Lola) are leading the Nevada Film Incentive Task Force in its effort to refund the tax incentive for production companies to film in Nevada.

 

In addition to the film screenings, the festival includes a collection of eccentric parties and mixers. Kicking off the festival is a Yelp sponsored mixer at the official filmmaker lounge inside Backstage Bar and Billiards. The event is open to the public for one day for everyone to get a glimpse of the festival screenings and events schedule. Tuesday, June 7 will be the opening night party hosted in the Real World suite downtown at the Gold Spike, sponsored by Las Vegas based production company Oogoog. Thursday night will be a CineVegas Reunion party hosted at Ghostbar inside the Palms Casino. The festival closing night party will feature live music from local bands in the rotunda of the Zappos headquarters on Saturday, June 11 at 9 P.M.

 

The Young Cinema Lab is making a triumphant return for its second year in a row with the film festival. Elementary and middle school children are given the wonderful opportunity to write their own story for a film. To bring their ideas to life, they are paired with UNLV Film students that mentor them on the art of writing and filming. The collection of 2016 Young Cinema Lab short films will premiere at Inspire Theater Saturday, June 11 at 12 P.M.

 

The festival includes the third installment of the Music Video Lab. Bands from around the Las Vegas area are paired with local directors to create dynamic music videos to be shown at the festival. This year’s local bands include: O WILDY, WNTRBRK, HASSAN, GLASS POOLS, DUSTY SUNSHINE, and ALASKA.

 

Tickets for the festival start at $12 for individual screenings, and passes for all access range from $120 to $250. VIP passes Include admittance to all films, panels, parties, special events, mixers, and parties throughout the festival.  For show times and more information on how to purchase tickets and passes please visit lvff.com

 

Film Lineup – http://www.lvff.com/lineup-2016/

Schedule – http://www.lvff.com/schedule/

 

About the Las Vegas Film Festival

The 2016 Las Vegas Film Festival is back in Downtown, Las Vegas. LVFF is a celebration of cultural discovery through the art of visual storytelling. It is a festival motivated by cinema culture, community and connecting industry professionals with independent filmmakers from all around the world. Our goal each year is to inspire festival attendees and offer a creative outlet to passionate independent storytellers by connecting them in Las Vegas, NV.

Life is Beautiful Festival Talent to Play Night Shows at Fremont Country Club

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Life is Beautiful Festival Talent to Play Night Shows at Fremont Country Club

Limited number of tickets for late night performances with Fitz & The Tantrums with Echosmith and Mayer Hawthorne with Sabriel

Life is Beautiful Festival just announced night shows with several of the festival’s musical talent giving fans the chance to keep the music going long after the last headliner takes the stage. Fitz & The Tantrums, Echosmith, Mayer Hawthorne and Sabriel all will take over the Fremont Country Club after performing to thousands at the festival, to play underground sets at the intimate venue. The Fremont Country Club will host these separately ticketed shows Friday, October 24 and Saturday, October 25.

 

“We’re excited to add a couple night shows this year and give fans a chance to see some great artists inside an intimate venue,” said Craig Nyman Head of Music and Live Performance for the festival, “After performing in front of thousands at the festival, it’s going to be fun having these talented bands perform at Fremont Country Club in front of much smaller crowds.”

 

Friday, October 24 – Fitz & The Tantrums with Echosmith
Tickets: $25
Doors: 11 p.m.
Showtime: 11:59 p.m.

 

Saturday, October 25 – Mayer Hawthorne with Sabriel
Tickets: $20
Doors: 11 p.m.
Show: 11:59 p.m.

 

Tickets will be available for purchase starting on Wednesday, Oct. 15 and can be purchased at www.lifeisbeautiful.com.

 

2014 Sponsors & Partners
Sponsors and Partners of Life is Beautiful Festival include Wirtz Beverage Nevada, WEU/ World Trust Foundation, Dos Equis, Zappos.com, the D Las Vegas, KETEL ONE Vodka, The LINQ, Travel + Leisure, Marriott Hotels, Pandora, Las Vegas Events, Silicon Valley Bank, CBS Radio, The City of Las Vegas, Whole Foods, Cirque du Soleil®, Sub-Zero and Wolf and Westar Kitchen and Bath, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, Hendrick’s Gin, 7UP, Bacardi, Jim Beam Kentucky Fire, Alex & Ani, Maui Jim, Café Bustello, ORGANIZE, Red Bull, Downtown Project, US Foods, Chef Works, Le Creuset, Dansko, Movember, Airstream 2 Go and online content partner POPSUGAR.
*Sponsors and partners listed are current as of release date.

About Life is Beautiful
Life is Beautiful is an inspirational company dedicated to helping people conquer their fears and chase their dreams. Its signature project, the Life is Beautiful Festival was founded in 2013 and launched in October of that same year as a highly successful lifestyle event featuring marquee musicians, chefs, artists and speakers. Held in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, Life is Beautiful Festival attracted more than 60,000 patrons in its first year, and is now branching out to an international online forum for social change. For more information on the company’s projects and the latest festival news, visit www.lifeisbeautiful.com, or connect with Life is Beautiful socially at Facebook.com/LIBFestival, Twitter.com/lifeisbeautiful, Instagram.com/lifeisbeautiful and YouTube.com/user/LifeIsBeauitful.

Skid Row, Cyanide at Fremont Country Club – Thursday August 22nd

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Skid Row returns to Las Vegas with Cyanide opening the show.
Doors 7pm
Cyanide 8-9pm
Skid Row 9:30-11pm
For tickets:
http://www.ticketfly.com/event/337555-skid-row-las-vegas/
$23 GA, $100 V.I.P. Table

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Brought to you by Aces High Tobacco and Gifts
Frederick Entertainment and Alice Goldstein Entertainment

Skid Row is;
Johnny Solinger (vocals)
Scotti Hill (guitar)
Rachel Bolan (bass)
Snake Sabo (guitar)
Rob Hammersmith (drums)

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United World Rebellion: chapter one is now available world wide through Megaforce Records and UDR Music.

Chapter One is the first out of three chapters that Skid Row will release in the next 18 months.

The international release through UDR Music will include two bonus tracks and, retail stores will offer a special collectors box with the release of Chapter One – big enough to store the CDs for Chapter Two and Chapter Three as well. In the end you’ll not only have a complete album, you’ll have three mini CDs and more song material than you’d have on a standard CD release.

Cyanide – 80’s Hard Rock (Motley Crue, Ratt, Kiss, Def Leppard, Skid Row, Aerosmith, L.A. Guns, Van Halen, Queensryche, Judas Priest) and original music. Debut album Lethal Dose to be released January 2014.
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Fremont Country Club
601 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Phone (702) 382-6601
Website http://fremontcountryclubvegas.com
http://twitter.com/fremontcc

850-capacity world-class live music venue in Downtown Las Vegas

Expect everything from rock to alt, blues to country, swing to pop. Decor: Tex-Mex swanky chic meets space cowboy.

To be considered for booking please send us the following information:
-Name of the band(s)
-Label(s)
-Name and Telephone Contact
-Web address(es) w/ music samples
-City of Origin
-Genre of music
-Date desired
-Estimated draw

EMAIL US HERE: Booking@bogusproductions.com

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Escape The Fate at Fremont Country Club – Friday May 31st

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Escape the Fate is an American Post-hardcore band from Las Vegas, Nevada formed in 2005 and originally from Pahrump, Nevada, they are currently signed to Eleven Seven Music. The group consists of Craig Mabbitt (lead vocalist), Robert Ortiz (drummer), Bryan “Monte” Money (lead guitarist and backing vocalist), Michael Money (rhythm guitarist), and Thomas “TJ” Bell (bassist and backing vocalist).

They have released three EPs and three full-length studio albums. Dying Is Your Latest Fashion was the band’s debut album and only album to feature vocalist Ronnie Radke. This War Is Ours, released on October 21, 2008, This album departed from the band’s earlier emo, darker sound, to a more hard rock, mainstream sound. Less screamed vocals are used, and the album was cited to have a varied, mixed sound changing from track to track. It is the first Escape the Fate album to feature former blessthefall singer Craig Mabbitt on vocals, the album debuted at No. 35 on the Billboard 200, selling 13,000 copies in the first week. Their self-titled third studio album was released worldwide on November 2, 2010. It was the band’s first and only album released on DGC/Interscope following their departure with Epitaph and the second with vocalist Craig Mabbitt. The album charted 25 at Billboard 200, 1 at Hard Rock Albums, 4 in a Rock Albums, 3 in Alternative and Independent charts and 18 in Digital Albums Chart. This album sounds heavier than the previous album, darker, to a more heavy metal, and hard rock sound. Upon release, the album has received generally positive reviews, and is Escape the Fate’s most successful album to date. It is the band’s last release to feature bassist Max Green. They are set to release their fourth album Ungrateful on May 14, 2013 by Eleven Seven Music. The band has sold over a million records worldwide.

Escape The Fate
Craig Mabbitt
Monte Money
Robert Ortiz
TJ Bell
Michael Money

Las Vegas

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General Manager – Danny Wimmer/Clay Busch – Arms DIvision – clay@armsdivision.com

WORLDWIDE MERCH STORE: http://escapethefate.shop.bravadousa.com/Default.aspx

http://www.escapethefate.com

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Fremont Country Club
601 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

850-capacity world-class live music venue in Downtown Las Vegas.

Expect everything from rock to alt, blues to country, swing to pop. Decor: Tex-Mex swanky chic meets space cowboy.

http://fremontcountryclubvegas.com
http://twitter.com/fremontcc