ADRENALINE MOB To Rock Out At RAMPAGE Game In San Antonio

ADRENALINE MOB — the band featuring featuring drummer Mike Portnoy (DREAM THEATER, AVENGED SEVENFOLD), SYMPHONY X frontman Russell Allen, guitar virtuoso Mike Orlando (SONIC STOMP) and DISTURBED bassist John Moyer — will perform after the San Antonio Rampage American Hockey League game against the Milwaukee Admirals on Saturday, April 7 at the ATT Center in San Antonio, Texas. The festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. with performances by Natural Ear Music School bands THE NEXT DAY and ARISENin the Bud Light Courtyard.

The Natural Ear Music School is owned and operated by Moyer and teaches kids to play rock ‘n’ roll by ear by grouping kids in a similar age and experience range to form a functional band unit. The school was established in Austin, Texas in 1991 will open a school in San Antonio this summer.

Tickets start at $10 and can be purchased by calling a Rampage representative at 210.444.5554 or online at sarampage.com.

ADRENALINE MOB travelled to Los Angeles earlier in the month to film a video for the song “Indifferent”. The clip, which was directed by Scott Hansen (A DAY TO REMEMBER, UNEARTH, WILLIE NELSON), was shot in the desert in California and throughout Los Angeles and should be making its debut in the next few weeks.

“Indifferent” comes off ADRENALINE MOB‘s debut album, “Omertá”, which sold around 6,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 70 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was released in Europe on March 19 in Europe via Century Media Records and in the U.S. on March 13 through the newly formed Elm City Music in conjunction with EMI Label Services.

The 11-song effort — which was produced by ADRENALINE MOB and mixed by Jay Ruston, who has previously worked on ANTHRAX‘s “Worship Music” and STEEL PANTHER‘s “Balls Out” — includes a blistering reinterpretation of DURAN DURAN‘s classic “Come Undone” featuring guest vocals by Lzzy Hale of HALESTORM.

ADRENALINE MOB will embark on a European tour in June.

 

Photo by Kellie Hoeke

 

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