Stars to light up Hal­loween 2018

The Citizen (Gauteng) - - CITY -

I See Stars will be per­form­ing for the first time in South Africa next Fri­day.

Jo­han­nes­burg’s Ru­mours Rock City has be­come syn­ony­mous with killer rock, and this show pre­sented by Brochella in as­so­ci­a­tion with RAM is no ex­cep­tion.

The elec­tron­i­core act, I See Stars, has been break­ing mu­si­cal bound­aries since the re­lease of their Bill­board chart­ing de­but al­bum, 3-D, in 2009 fol­lowed by more highly ac­claimed re­leases.

Their most re­cent re­lease, Tree­house, was re­leased in June 2016 and the band have been on tour pro­mot­ing it glob­ally since then.

With hit tracks such as Run­ning With Scis­sors and Break and Mob­bin’ Out re­ceiv­ing global recog­ni­tion, I See Stars have cre­ated their own unique genre by com­bin­ing elec­tronic mu­sic with heavy gui­tar and met­al­core in­flu­ences.

Join­ing I See Stars on the night are lo­cal heavy­weights Fac­ing The Gal­lows, Truth & Its Bur­den and OneDaySky. JP Sing, the gui­tarist for OneDaySky, is ec­static about per­form­ing along­side I See Stars and his lo­cal coun­ter­parts.

”We couldn’t be more hon­oured to be part of this show. I See are one of our bggest in­flu­ences as a band. We ab­so­lutely love them.

“This show is go­ing to be so much fun and to share the stage with our friends Fac­ing The Gal­lows and Truth & Its Bur­den as well as I See Stars is just a pure priv­i­lege.”

I See Stars will play at Mer­cury Live in Cape Town the fol­low­ing night be­fore re­turn­ing to Gaut­eng to head­line Hal­loween 2018 at Lof­tus.

The an­nual Fright-Night is back on Oc­to­ber 26 with three stages and a scary night of good mu­sic. – Cit­i­zen Re­porter

Timo ODV; Haezer; Niskerone; Trancemic­soul; Majesty; Swade Shift Show­case; D&S.

Me­talo­ca­lypse: Vul­vo­dy­nia, Boargazm, Dead­line, Sys­tem of a Down trib­ute, Deamhorth and M-Plode.

Pic­ture: Sup­plied

FIRST TIME. I See Stars will be in South Africa from next Fri­day.

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