Your favorite sunset grunge band is playing Thursday night! Yes, Slaves to Humanity will be playing at the Constellation Room on October 7th and tickets are still available (but going fast)!
Slaves to Humanity has been making a name for themselves for the last few years as one of the best up and coming rock bands with some of their members still in high school! This group of five young men have been practicing musicians for quite some time and even go to a special music school to perfect their craft.
With hits like “Complicating,” “Battleground” and ‘Behind My Back,” you wonder how these “kids” can have the life experience enough to be able to write such extraordinary songs, but they pull it off with such expertise and focus that any rock music veteran would be jealous. Their latest hit, “The Start,” is climbing its way up to be just as massive as all of their other songs.
STH also has a new logo which means new merchandise, and this will be the first show where it is available! The Constellation Room is a smaller, more intimate setting with all the feel of a large show, raised stage, and plenty of A/C.
Already on rotation at high-profile radio stations, Slaves to Humanity continues to be a leader among up-and-coming rock artists. They put on an outstanding live performance, as though they have been born for this business. If you go to the show tomorrow night, you will be blown away and be a STH fan for life!
Slaves to Humanity is Aidan Amini on lead vocals, Pierce Akers and Max Hickman on lead guitar, Shane Ryan on drums, and Nathan Johnson on bass.