EOTP, Next Door To Heaven, Dizzy Box Nine
Los Angeles, CA
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Doors at 7:45pm
- Enemy of the People (EOTP) - 8:15
- Next Door to Heaven (NDTH) - 9pm
- Dizzy Box Nine - 10:40 pm
Next Door to Heaven
Next Door To Heaven is a progressive metalcore band which was founded in St Petersburg, Russia. Next Door To Heaven’s debut self-released album “Let’s Dream” made it to the top-20 on Google Play. Next Door To Heaven have supported RED, TESSERACT and have toured both in Russia and abroad. In 2021 the band has started its new chapter in Los Angeles. This evening they will present their latest EP "Inside". Lord Nelson (ex - Stuck Mojo) took part in one of the tracks from this EP.
Dizzy Box Nine
The band was created in the summer of 2016 bysinger-guitarist Randy Ludwig, and features guitarist Tony Robles and drummerAmos Przekaza. Dizzy Box Nine is averaginga new album release nearly every year, and they have experienced noteworthylevels of radio success. In fact, their2020 release, Faster Than Anticipation was added to more than 100 radiostations in the US and Canada, and peaked at #176 on the college radio charts,where it remained in the top 250 for 7 straight weeks! Their current release, Last Call Beforethe Fall, offers up 12 “interesting, surprising, and authentic” songs, andhas been called “their strongest release to date” (L.A.Music Press).
Eclecticism and simplicity help drive theDizzy Box Nine sound. “We have beeninspired by all kinds of music, and this clearly shows in our songs,” Randysays. Dizzy Box Nine attempts to connectwith its audience in different ways. “Westrive to have something interesting to say, but we also want to communicatemessages through sounds as well—the sounds themselves can be very appealing.” Perhaps L.A. Music Press says it best whenthey state, “Dizzy Box Nine has a very appealing sound, which almost catches youby surprise initially. And then yourealize, this is not just a collection of catchy 3-chord pop songs, there’sactually an interesting level of depth, melodicism, and authenticity to thesesongs—both lyrically and musically.” Perhaps you’ll agree.
Next Door To Heaven / Dizzy Box Nine / Enemy of the People