Twin Productions Presents:
Being As An Ocean
6:00 pmAlamo City Music Hall
$18 - $20
This event is all ages
With Special Guests: Have Mercy & Varials
Taxes & Service fees may be included | Not Responsible for Injuries due to Moshing or Stage Diving | General Admission | Show is Rain or Shine | No Refunds or Exchanges | twinproductionstexas.com
In October 2011, COUNTERPARTS released The Current Will Carry Us via influential independent label Victory Records. The sophomore LP saw the band pursuing a rawer, straightforward sound, and achieving a new level of honesty through their lyrics. Tossing any idealistic rhetoric aside, the album offers listeners an extremely introspective listening experience that depicts the band in their most sincere, vulnerable state. While the album marks a clear thematic departure from its predecessor, its unrestrained aggression makes an emotional impact that's even more genuine. The record's reception easily exceeded the expectations of the band members, landing them a selection as one of Alternative Press' "100 Bands You Need To Know In 2012" and propelled them onto European tours, in which they would bring their unforgettable live presence to listeners who'd spent years anxiously awaiting the opportunity.
2013 proved to be COUNTERPARTS' biggest year yet, sending them across the US, UK, and Europe in support of their third studio album, The Difference Between Hell And Home. Released on July 23rd, TDBHAH debuted at #63 on the Billboard Independent chart, #7 on the Top New Artist chart, and #95 on the Top 200 chart (CA), propelling COUNTERPARTS to the top of playlists everywhere. Received with an overwhelmingly positive response, the new album demonstrated Murphy's ability to write lyrics that encapsulate listeners in an audible diary of raw, wrought emotion from start to finish. Alternative Press agrees - "COUNTERPARTS has what it takes to stretch hardcore's boundaries." Touring alongside bands August Burns Red, The Ghost Inside, Bane, and label-mates Terror, COUNTERPARTS continue to garner new fans with each performance. Delivering what Absolute Punk calls "rip-roaring intensity, haunting and powerful lyricism, solid song structures and vocals that guide each song forward with a remarkable sense of command", it is abundantly clear that this Canadian hardcore band is here to stay.
Alamo City Music Hall
1305 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX, 78205