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Sun. April 4th 2010
Element (No Minors)
SnoCore Tour 2010 - ALL AGES show Protest the Hero, theset, Hawthorne Heights, Elias, Abandon All Ships
Sun. April 4th 2010
Element (No Minors)
SnoCore Tour 2010 Protest the Hero, theset, Hawthorne Heights, Elias, Abandon All Ships
Sun. April 4th 2010
Element (No Minors)
SnoCore Tour 2010 - 19+ Show Protest the Hero, theset, Hawthorne Heights, Elias, Abandon All Ships
TICKET GIVE-AWAY 
Sat. April 3rd 2010
Rickshaw Theatre Vancouver BC (All Ages)
Snocore featuring Protest The Hero Protest the Hero, theset, Hawthorne Heights, Elias, Abandon All ships!
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Hawthorne Heights

Unknown - Confirmed: Jul. 11, 2006 (Awaiting Update)
In just two years, Hawthorne Heights has staked its claim as one of the leaders of the new rock scene. The quintet’s 2004 Victory Records debut, The Silence in Black and White, received gold record status last summer and continues its march toward platinum, supported by non-stop touring (including a stint on last summer’s Warped Tour, television appearances and massive video support from MTV, Fuse and online giants Yahoo! Music and America Online. The DVD ‘This Is Who We Are’, featuring live footage of this dynamic young band, was released earlier this year, setting the stage for the recently released If Only You Were Lonely.



A remarkable achievement, the group’s sophomore disc was produced by David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin, Towers Of London) and showcases the band is growing by leaps and bounds. If Only You Were Lonely tests the boundaries of the emo and screamo music genres, adding deeper and darker layers of guitars (the band boasts three guitarists) and a more diverse selection of material. From the uber-catchy emo tracks they are known for to more metallic offerings and even a piano ballad reminiscent of the Beach Boys, If Only You Were Lonely taps into heavyweight influences such as Led Zeppelin and Nirvana. The result is a record that proves the Dayton, Ohio band’s fiery post-hardcore is expansive and textural enough to reach beyond the confines of genre and establish Hawthorne Heights as, simply, one of the most promising new rock bands in years.
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Status: Unknown
- Last confirmed Jul. 11, 2006