Strung Out and Grimmis at Rafters

Addresse202 Old Mammoth Rd
CityMammoth Lakes
AtRafters Restaurant and Nightlife Mammoth
CountyMono (CA1182)
202 Old Mammoth Rd
Mammoth Lakes
Rafters Restaurant and Nightlife Mammoth
Mono (CA1182)
Tel 2017-12-22
Categoria Events
Strung Out and Grimmis at Rafters

Join us Friday December 22, 2017 at Rafters Mammoth for a live performance by LA Rock band Strung Out . Only $20 online.. Opening Band Grimmis . Strung Out is an American punk rock band from Simi Valley, California, formed in 1989. They are known mainly for their musical style, which fuses aspects of melodic punk rock, progressive rock and heavy metal to form their primary sound.[1] They have released eight studio albums on Fat Wreck Chords as well as one Live album, 2 B-sides collections, a best-of, a box set and appeared on numerous compilations and skate/surf videos. They have played on the Warped Tour and continue to tour internationally. Despite not achieving similar levels of commercial success as some of their Californian contemporaries during the Punk explosion of the 90s, Strung Out instead experienced a steady growth in popularity throughout the 2000s as mainstream attention shifted towards heavier and more technical styles music thus favouring Strung Outs more metallic Tech-Punk sound.

Subsequent releases began charting on the Billboard 200. The bands technical abilities have also earned them credit, alongside acts such as Lagwagon, Propagandhi, Belvedere & R.K.L for raising the level of musicianship in Punk Music and de-bunking common stereotypes of simplicity associated with Punk Rock. and formed in 1989 in Simi Valley, California. The original lineup consisted of vocalist Jason Cruz, guitarists Jake Kiley and Rob Ramos, bassist Jim Cherry and drummer Adam Austin. After releasing a self-titled 7" record, they became one of the first bands to be signed to Fat Wreck Chords, the record label owned and operated by Fat Mike of the band NOFX. Austin left the band in 1992 and was replaced by Brad Morrison who also left the band and was replaced on drums by Jordan Burns, formerly of fellow Simi Valley natives Ten Foot Pole.

Their first album, Another Day in Paradise, was released in May 1994. Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues followed in 1996. In 1998 they released The Skinny Years...Before We Got Fat, a compilation album of their pre-Fat Wreck Chords material. The band showed notable musical growth on their 1998 album Twisted by Design, which was both speedy and technical but also with darker overtones. The album established a mixture of the fast, poppy sound the band had established with Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues but mixed it with more atonality and more abstract song structures. Bassist Jim Cherry was fired from the band in 1999 and went on to play in Pulley and Zero Down, but died of heart failure in 2002. He was initially replaced by Craig Riker (later known for his tenure in Deadsy), but the fit was not right, so the band recruited Chris Aiken, whose musical background had a strong impact on the 2000 eight-song EP, The Element of Sonic Defiance.

In 2002 the band released their fourth full-length album An American Paradox, their first release to appear in the Billboard 200. The initial production run contained a bonus song entitled "Don't Look Back". A video was filmed for the song "Cemetery" and was included on several punk rock video compilations. In 2003 they recorded and released a live album as part of the Fat Wreck Chords Live in a Dive series. Exile in Oblivion, was released in 2004, with a video filmed for the song "Analog." Strung Out released their sixth full-length album, Blackhawks Over Los Angeles on June 12, 2007. In March 2009, Strung Out released a collection of rarities & B-sides entitled Prototypes and Painkillers. The album is the second such compilation from the band who previously compiled similar material on The Skinny Years: Before We Got Fat in 1998.[2] On September 29, 2009, Strung Out released their 7th studio album titled Agents of the Underground.

This has a less political tone to it than their previous one, and it also combines more of the old fast sound with heavy metal influences. On July 19, 2011, they released the compilation album Top Contenders: The Best of Strung Out. In contains remastered versions of 23 songs, and 3 new songs; "City Lights", "Saturday Night", and "Here We Are".[3] On August 2, 2012, drummer Jordan Burns revealed to that Strung Out planned to release a new album. Transmission.Alpha.Delta was announced as the title of the album, initially scheduled to be released in the summer of 2014.[4] The album was delayed and released on March 24, 2015. [5] As of February 2017, Strung Out has begun working on a five to seven song acoustic EP, titled Black Out the Sky, which is due for release in 2018.[6][7] Opening for Strung Out will be Grimmis .

A well known local Metal Band from Bishop Ca. These guys have been gaining alot of momentum across the Sierras with thier great sound and amazing stage presence .

Tickets will be going on sale soon and can be purchased online . I will keep you all posted. But do to the large amount of inquires and calls I would suggest purchasing tickets as soon as I post the link to insure availability . Thanks everyone so much for all your support . I plan on brining a lot more great shows to Rafters this winter . TBA Soon.
Here's the link for Strung Out and Grimmis Tickets . There will be a limited amount sold and Tickets prices may be more at The Door . So jump on them ASAP . Thank you .
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Damn, well done Rafters, that’s quite a booking. Congratulations.
Hell yeah. If I’m in Mammoth, I’ll be there.
Local band Grimmis opening for STRUNG OUT .

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