Turnstile

Music City Booking Presents:

Turnstile

Touche Amore, Culture Abuse, Razorbumps

Tue, May 1, 2018

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$20

This event is all ages

Turnstile
Turnstile
From the release of their 2010 demo to their 2011 Pressure to Succeed EP, Turnstile have walked a path all their own. A path that has quickly brought them a rabid following based off of their groove driven melodic energies and insane live shows. Having shared the stage with bands like Bane, Trapped Under Ice, Title Fight, Backtrack, and many more, Turnstile have continued to travel and grow. As many attendees to these events can attest, Turnstile is a group that when they play live, no one can sit still. The spirit of Turnstile's music is constantly creating converts by their vital and overpowering live shows.

The Reaper Records release of the Step 2 Rhythm EP in early 2013 drew from NYHC influences such as Madball and Breakdown, but also delivered a new alternative sound that only added more fuel to this growing fire – now, they're ready to pour on the gasoline. The release of Turnstile's first full-length record Nonstop Feeling is going to give fans so much more than they're anticipating and draw in a whole new wave of maniacs to the Turnstile tribe.

The record was recorded in Baltimore with Brian McTernan (Circa Survive, Hot Water Music, Thrice) at Salad Days studio. Having a personal and musical history with McTernan, they came together to make a record that sounded bigger and louder than anything previous. The bright color scheme represents the idea of raw, unbridled expression, positive or negative, that is delivered in each of the twelve tracks. From the signature artwork to the energy infused tunes, this record creates a vibrant slam of emotion that defines Turnstile more than ever as a band leading their own way.
Touche Amore
Touche Amore
Touché Amoré are a thought provoking, passionate hardcore/punk band from Los Angeles, California. From the first strikes of their angular yet melodic chords, it's apparent that Touché Amoré have awoken something long since forgotten in the hardcore/punk genre. Within each song they build an awe inspiring musical tension while impassioned vocalist Jeremy Bolm's shouts resonate, ripe with intellectual introspection. This collective outpouring of traditional hardcore anger and emotional hardcore openness ultimately coalesces into something beautiful, vulnerable, and refreshingly real. Shortly after their formation in late 2007, Touché Amoré released their demo 7"EP on the No Sleep label. After touring the West Coast in support of that release, they recorded their debut album "...To the Beat of a Dead Horse" in early 2009. The album was co-released by the 6131 and Collect (Geoff from Thursday's vinyl only imprint) record labels, and was praised by kids and press worldwide as one of the best releases of the year. Soon after, they hit the road with a wide variety of bands including Converge, Coalesce, Thursday, Envy, Bane, and more. On the heels of these travels, Touché Amoré even managed to release a number of EPs, including splits with friends La Dispute and Make Do And Mend. Touché Amoré will enter the studio this winter to record their new album, to be released on Deathwish in early 2011.
Culture Abuse
Culture Abuse
San Francisco, CA

DAVID -- VOCALS/LYRICS
EASY -- DRUMS
PYT -- GUITARS
JR -- GUITARS
SHAMBLES -- BASS
Razorbumps
Razorbumps
Venue Information:
The End - Nashville
2219 Elliston Pl.
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://endnashville.com