The Bouncing Souls

Music City Booking presents:

The Bouncing Souls

The Bronx, The Casualties, Crazy & the Brains

Tue, April 9, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$27.50-30.00

This event is 18 and over

The Bouncing Souls
The Bouncing Souls
Melodic "sing along" pop punk band from New Jersey, originally formed in 1987 while the band members were still in high school. In 1993, They formed Chunksaah Records to release their early material. After heavy touring they eventually signed a deal with BYO Records in 1995, re-releasing their original LP + their sophomore LP. In 1997 they signed to Epitaph, where they stayed until 2006. Following that, they released some more material through Chunksaah before signing to Rise Records for their ninth full-length.

The band was formed by Greg Attonito (vocals), Pete Steinkopf aka The Pete (guitar), Bryan Kienlen aka Papillon (bass) and Shal Khichi (drums). The lineup has stayed consistent with the exception of the drummer. Original drummer Shal Khichi was with them until 1999, when he left and was replaced with Michael McDermott (2). In 2013 McDermott left and was replaced by George Rebelo.
The Bronx
The Bronx
American hardcore punk band from Los Angeles formed in 2002.
The Casualties
The Casualties
The Casualties members aimed to return to what they viewed as the "golden era" of street punk, embodied by bands such as The Exploited, Charged GBH, which they believed had disappeared by 1985. During the early years, the lineup was stable. The initial lineup consisted of Colin and Jorge on vocals, Yureesh on drums, Hank on guitar, and Mark on bass. Colin stepped out for several months to finish his education while Rachel, Rivits' singer, took his place.
At this point, Colin, Jorge, Yureesh, and Mark put together a demo. Fred replaced Hank, but then Fred left to go to school, and Scott from C-Squat filled in. Another guitarist, Steve, from Distraught, also filled in during this period. The EP 40 Oz. Casualty was recorded. By 1992, the band was touring and building up a fan base in NYC. In 1993, bassist Mark and guitarist Fred were replaced by Mike and Jake, respectively and Yureesh was replaced by Shawn on drums in 1994. In 1995, the band's second release, the "A Fuckin Way Of Life" E.P. was released on Eyeball Records. In 1996, Shawn left the band, and Meggers of the Rivits came to fill in and became the regular drummer. The line-up of Jorge, Jake, Mike and Meggers continued until 1997. Johnny (Of The Krays) served as bassist until 1998 (a position more permanently filled by Rick later that year).
The Casualties have continued to produce high-energy recordings and they have done US and international tours (e.g., Europe, Japan, and El Salvador). Under Attack was released on SideOneDummy Records in 2006, and they toured virtually non-stop for three years in support of the album. Their newest album, We Are All We Have, was released on the SideOneDummy label on August 25, 2009.
In December 2009, The Casualties toured alongside Hatebreed, The Acacia Strain, Crowbar, and Thy Will Be Done as part of the Stillborn Fest.
The Casualties are currently recording a new album with famed producer Zeuss, which is set to be released in Summer 2012.
Venue Information:
EXIT/IN
2208 Elliston Place
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://www.exitin.com/