Metal Alliance Tour Exodus Tickets

Purchase Metal Alliance Regency Ballroom SF tickets and get ready to groove to fist-pumping music at one of the finest concert venues. With some of the best bands on the lineup, the upcoming event will celebrate heavy metal music to the maximum. Devildriver, The Faceless, Job for a Cowboy, Impending Doom, Dying Fetus and 3 Inches of Blood are some of the bands that have been previously associated with the Metal Alliance Tour. Apart from the line-up it is the state-of-the-art venue that is bound to make the concert even more worthwhile. Presenting a true picture of Scottish rite architecture, the Regency Ballroom is one venue worth checking out. So get hold of the tickets that will give you an access to one of the most eagerly-awaited events this year. 

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With songs like Another Night in London, Fate Stepped In, I Could Care Less, End of the Line and Hold Back the Day, Devildriver have surely conquered the music scene. Offering groove metal and melodic death metal, the band draws inspiration from Metallica, In Flames, Johnny Cash, Motor Head and Opeth among others. Coming from Santa Barbara, California, Devildriver emerged in 2003 taking the world by storm owing to their unique sound and endless efforts. Thus succeeding in carving a niche for themselves. Another admirable quality seen in this five-member band is the constant growth seen in their work. Thus every album put forth has something different to offer. Looking back, the band played under the name Area-51 marking the time when they used to do cover songs. They later renamed the band as Deathride but eventually decided on the current name. Since their emergence the band has come up several albums; Devildriver, The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand, The Last Kind Words, Pray for Villains, Beast and TBC being the latest release.
The second album has so far been the most successful one on the charts. It hit the US Top Heatseekers at number 1 while attaining 117th spot on US Billboard 200. The 2005 release sold more than 10,000 copies receiving positive critical response. Allmusic, and Kerrang gave the album 4/5, 6/10 and 4/5 stars respectively. The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand spawned one of the biggest hits called Hold Back the Day along with other tracks such as End of the Line, Driving Down the Darkness, Ripped Apart, Sin & Sacrifice etc. Incorporating heavy metal, speed metal, power metal and thrash metal in the music, this Canadian band is another headliner that has previously performed at the Metal Alliance Tour. Metal Woman, Ride Darkhorse Ride, Deadly Sinners, Trial Champions and Destroy the Orcs are among the hit singles the band is credited for. Coming into existence in the late 1990s, 3 Inches of Blood made a positive impact right at the beginning. They continue to enthrall their listeners with one album after another.
They have unleashed five studio albums; Battlecry Under a Wintersun, Advance and Vanquish, Fire Up the Blades, Here Waits Thy Doom, and Long Live Heavy Metal which hit the shelves in 2002, 2004, 2009 and 2012. Described by the New York Times as “an Arizona band with a guttural brute-force sound descended indirectly from hard-core punk” Job for a Cowboy has been making news ever since they surfaced in 2003. Thus landing an opportunity of playing at international music festivals such as Mayhem Festival, Download Festival, Wacken Open Air and Summer Slaghter. The band made their presence known right after the release of their debut album titled Genesis which sold around thirteen thousand copies in its first week. Embedded and Altered from Catechization turned out to be the biggest hits from the 2007 release. and gave the album positive reviews while Kerrang! Magazine called it “one of the year’s most essential metal purchases”. If bands of such caliber have made the Metal Alliance Tour worth attending in the past then the forthcoming event is indeed going to be another headliner. Get cheap Metal Alliance Regency Ballroom SF tickets and check out this year’s lineup.

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