Posts Tagged ‘Trees Dallas’

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– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – This night at Trees was mainly about Nothing More, but the openers were far from disappointing; and (sort of) rising from the ashes this night was Moving Atlas. The Dallas-based band who has received a legendary status here in the local scene hadn’t played a show in mo…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – About five months prior to this night, the San Antonio-based Nothing More played a show at Trees. It was a Friday night, and only about a hundred to one hundred and fifty people showed up. This night, there were about that many people in Trees when the first opening ba…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Photos by James Villa – The last six months have been a whirlwind for the San Antonio-based rock outfit Nothing More. Actually, just six months ago they hadn’t even publically announced they had signed to Eleven Seven Music. In that time since, the label has released their self-titled debut a…

San Antonio natives Nothing More, announce the “We Are Not Machines” Tour with Special Guests Sleepwave.  Having recently  played Download Festival in the UK and Rock AM Ring and Rock IM Park in Germany.  The band returns to the US to continue where they left off.   Riding on the heels of the world wide release of thei…

Omar-Rodriguez’ newest project, Antemasque, will be out on the road for a few select shows this summer.  Ten dates have been released and tickets for these shows will go on sale Friday, June 27th. TOUR DATES August 2, San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit August 3, Austin, TX @ The Mohawk Austin August 4, Houston, TX @ Fi…

Le Butcherettes have joined Ipecac Recording’s roster and will release their sophomore release, Cry Is For The Flies, on Sept. 16 via the Bay Area label in conjunction with Nadie Sound. “Since I created Le Butcherettes in Guadalajara, I’ve always yearned for the band to be part of a label/community that helps and suppo…

Palms, the Los Angeles-based band featuring three former members of the post-metal band ISIS with Deftones’ frontman Chino Moreno, return to the road for a southwestern tour in September. The band released their self-titled debut album in 2013 with Spin describing Palms as “the slow-orbiting-rocket float of Oceanic-era…