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Consider Me Dead

Consider Me Dead have announced tour dates with My Body Sings Electric which starts off on October 29th at The Riot Room in Kansas City, MO and wraps up on November 11th at The Moxi Theater in Greely, CO. Check out the tour poster below with the upcoming dates:

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My Body Sings Electric

My Body Sings Electric

You can pick up tickets to the tour by visiting here: http://falltour.webflow.com/.  Earlier this year we featured Consider Me Dead as they were out on their We Own The Night Tour and came to the DNA Lounge in San Francisco. Check out our interview with them before their set:

Here is also a tribute video made by our Rockin Ryan for their infectious and catchy hit, Up All Night:

Need more Consider Me Dead? Check out our coverage from their show with pictures and videos here: Consider Me Dead in SF  I will leave you with some photos by our Rockin Ryan of Consider Me Dead from their SF show:

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Visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news and make sure to catch them at a show!

~ Marisol

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Standby Records Presents The Halloween Party Tour with Consider Me Dead, Catching Your Clouds, The Paramedic and The Persevering Promise. This is definitely one tour to get excited about. The tour is set to start on October 11th in Mesa, AZ at The Underground. Check the full tour dates below:

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We are glad to see a stop in Northern California on the 16th at The Boardwalk. We will make sure to bring you complete coverage of a night of awesome bands. Earlier this year we featured Consider Me Dead as they were out on their We Own The Night Tour and came to the DNA Lounge in San Francisco. Check out our interview with them before their set:

Here is also a tribute video made by our Rockin Ryan for their infectious and catchy hit, Up All Night:

Need more Consider Me Dead? Check out our coverage from their show with pictures and videos here: Consider Me Dead in SF

Also on the tour is the musical project of Catching Your Clouds by Drake Christopher Henning. Drake combines elements of modern day pop and acoustic guitar that creates a catchy engaging style.  Check out his lyric video for his song Midnight off the new Traverse EP.

The Paramedic will be taking a bit heavier with their metal infused rock/metalcore. They most recently released their brand new album, Diary of My Demons, available on iTunes here. Check out their fierce track, Who I’ve Become which is off their latest album.

We are happy to also see on the lineup, The Persevering Promise whom our contributor Meryl wrote about after catching them on the Music Over Matters tour. As she described, “they may be my favorite band of the night. With a mix of a talented screamer and amazing leading vocals, they come with a sound reminiscing of early Black Veil Brides“. Check out their lyric video for their recent single, Annabel Lee 

So make sure to check and see if The Halloween Party Tour will be making a stop near you. I will leave you with some photos by our Rockin Ryan of Consider Me Dead from their SF show:

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Visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news and make sure to catch them at a show!

~ Marisol

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Consider Me Dead

Consider Me Dead have just completed their We Own The Night Tour. The successful tour took them through seven states as they performed with The Venetia Fair and Farewell, My Love. We will keep you updated on more information about upcoming tour dates. Meanwhile, we wanted to give you your fix of Consider Me Dead so take a look and enjoy the tribute video that Rockin Ryan made which includes footage and photos of the guys when they stopped in at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco.

 

In case you missed it, here is our interview with the guys as we caught up with them before their set at the DNA Lounge.  In case you missed our first interview with Consider Me Dead, you can read it here.

 

They were awesome when they played in SF and came out with full energy and performed songs from their new album as well as previous ones. Chris and Brandon criss crossed the stage giving equal doses energy to each side as they sang. These guys are adrenaline filled and know how to engage the crowd. Kevin was a beast on the drums and you can truly tell how much he loves performing, with his non stop smiling.  You can check out photographs by our Rockin Ryan from their set here:

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They have been getting quite a lot of attention on their latest release, Young at Heart. The album introduces a new style of genre which is quickly gaining in popularity; electronic rock. With the previous EPs of Consider Me Dead, there was a larger focus on electronic or house/dance style music and with the new album, they bring a much heavier rock vibe to it. The album takes this band to a new level and will have all of their fans nodding in agreement.  Brandon Pettitt says, “It’s a side of CMD that you’ve never heard before” and Chris Brewington adds, “We tried to create something nobody has ever done before.”

Make sure you have their latest album, Young at Heart which features some of my favorite songs, Digital Demons, Lift You Up, Like Thunder, Young at Heart, Up All Night and many more.  You can pick up your copy at Itunes here or Amazon here or you can pick up it on their store website and grab some cool shirts and other merch while you are at it.

Visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news as well as upcoming tour dates.

~ Marisol

Information & Links:

Consider Me Dead

Consider Me Dead

Consider Me Dead have been getting quite a lot of attention on their latest release, Young at Heart. The album introduces a new style of genre which is quickly gaining in popularity; electronic rock. With the previous EPs of Consider Me Dead, there was a larger focus on electronic or house/dance style music and with the new album, they bring a much heavier rock vibe to it. The album takes this band to a new level and will have all of their fans nodding in agreement.  Brandon Pettitt says, “It’s a side of CMD that you’ve never heard before” and Chris Brewington adds, “We tried to create something nobody has ever done before.”

We were able to catch up with the guys at their stop in San Francisco at the DNA Lounge for the “We Own The Night Tour”. Also on the bill was The Venetia Fair and Farewell, My Love which we will be featuring in separate posts. Here is our interview with Consider Me Dead before their set:

They came out with full energy and performed songs from their new album as well as previous ones. Chris and Brandon criss crossed the stage giving equal doses energy to each side as they sang. These guys are adrenaline filled and know how to engage the crowd. Kevin was a beast on the drums and you can truly tell how much he loves performing, with his non stop smiling.  You can check out photographs by our Rockin Ryan from their set here:

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They are playing tonight in Reno at the Alley and then a couple more dates on the tour but make sure to head over to their tour page on Facebook for all their show dates. In case you missed our first interview with Consider Me Dead, you can read it here. Also make sure you have their latest album, Young at Heart which features some of my favorite songs, Digital Demons, Lift You Up, Like Thunder, Young at Heart and many more.  You can pick up your copy at Itunes here or Amazon here or you can pick up it on their store website and grab some cool shirts and other merch while you are at it.

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news as well as upcoming tour dates.

~ Marisol

Information & Links:

Consider Me Dead