I See Stars, 27 September 2023
Gig of I See Stars in Myth Live
You have a great opportunity to see I See Stars with bands Erra, Bad Omens, on Sept. 27, 2023 at Myth Live in Maplewood, MN.
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About I See Stars
I See Stars is an American rock band that formed in 2006 based in Warren, Michigan. The band currently consists of vocalist Devin Oliver, guitarist Brent Allen, keyboardist and vocalist Andrew Oliver, and bass guitarist Jeff Valentine.
Their first album, 3-D (2009), peaked at No. 176 on the Billboard 200. Their second album, The End of the World Party, was released on February 22, 2011. The band's third studio album, Digital Renegade, was released on March 13, 2012, which demonstrated a stylistic change, featuring a more aggressive musical style than their prior albums. The band also appeared on the song, "Beauty and The Beast", by Dubstep producer BARE. The band's fourth studio album, New Demons, was released October 22, 2013, which featured elements of EDM while achieving an even further aggressive style than Digital Renegade. On March 25, 2015, the band released their first remix album, titled Phases. The band's line-up remained unchanged, (excluding the brief departure of vocalist Zach Johnson in 2009, who returned the following year) from their formation in 2006, up until mid-2015, when the group announced the departure of rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson and Johnson. Lead vocalist Devin Oliver now pursues both clean vocals and unclean vocals. Their fifth studio album and the first album featuring the new line-up, Treehouse, was released on June 17, 2016.
The band has released all five of their studio albums, and other releases, through their record label Sumerian Records.
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