Atlanta-based goth/industrial/metal band VAMPYRE, featuring The Nosferatu on guitars/synths, Chyanne Lynne on drums and Madd MaXXX on bass, is performing LIVE at Famous Pub on Friday, April 6 for Project 420, a benefit for marijuana reform. Doors open at 8pm, VAMPYRE will be onstage around 11pm, tickets are available at the door. Show your support for VAMPYRE and Project 420!
VAMPYRE Live at Project 420
We’ve got 2 free tix to give away for tomr nite’s Exposed Music Fest featuring VAMPYRE live with 4 other bands, doors open early @ 7pm for an all-nite party! First two vampires that call Chyanne today @ 770.276.0094 and buy one ticket get one FREE! Vinyl Nov. 3 $10 pre-sale / $12 box office
VAMPYRE Exposed Music Fest
VAMPYRE Live at The Exposed Music Fest
VAMPYRE is playing LIVE this Thursday November 3 @ Vinyl in Atlanta on The Exposed Music Fest tour! Hosted by Jennifer (JennCity) Arryo and sponsored by FuseTV, the Exposed Music Fest is an all-ages show and starts early, doors open at 7pm. VAMPYRE features The Nosferatu on guitar, Chyanne Lynne on drums and Madd MaXXX on bass, with special guest vampyre KimGee on guitar. We don’t play many shows in Atlanta, so don’t miss it. Pre-sale tickets are $10, call 770.276.0094 to get yours today!
VAMPYRE is playing live on the Exposed Music Festival 2011 Tour hosted by JennCity and Fuse TV. Tickets on sale now, call 770-276-0094. Thursday, November 3rd @ Vinyl 1379 West Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA.
Over the last three years, EXPOSED Music Festival (formally known as The Slave to the Metal Music Festival) has featured, debuted, and unified local acts in cities coast to coast. Hosted by Fuse TV’s Juliya Chernetsky and Suicide City’s and Demilitia’s bass player Jennifer “JennCity” Arroyo (also known for her former days with KITTIE), this ongoing festival-style tour has exposed more than 750 unsigned bands to more than 35,000 fans in just 75 shows during 2010! We expect 2011 to be even more exciting and successful by offering new programs and adding new sponsors. Recently, we started programs for bands to get involved in our personal distribution project or opt to be photographed onstage during their acts for excellent publicity shots. Both options are free of charge to bands who sign up for Exposed events. Another avenue we are considering is getting other local artists involved at our shows to also display their talents to the community and possibly their target demographic, spreading the fan base even more. For example, local tattoo shops can advertise their work and meet like-minded people, or local Internet-based TV or radio shows can broadcast/document our festival.