Los Angeles, California Hard Rock band VYCES have announced that they will coheadline the
HELLRZZR Toursponsored byHELLRZZR Clothing with Las Vegas, Nevada bandInvidia this fall. The tour will kick off onOctober 18th in San Diego, California, make its way to the midwest, and then conclude onNovember 22nd in Sacramento, California at The Boardwalk.
After recently premiering their video for their single “DEVIL” from the band’s upcoming debut EP due out October 20, 2016 that was produced by Augustus Cryns (Stitched Up Heart, XO Stereo, The Dead Rabbits and Westfield Massacre) on VEVO, VYCES is ready to hit the road on a coheadlining US run with Invidia and White Knuckle Riot in support.
Pre-orders will be available on September 29th on iTunes!
VYCES frontman Dave Naruszewicz comments, “We are extremely excited for the opportunity to be heading out on The HELLRZZR Tour with the super heavy and talented INVIDIA and White Knuckle Riot. We’ve been working really hard over the past three years putting VYCES together. It’s an amazing feeling to see this beast finally come to life. We are really looking forward to seeing familiar faces, and making new fans along the way. We’ll see you all on the road!!”
“DEVIL” can be seen here:
The song can be purchased here:
INVIDIA is a massive heavy metal supergroup comprised of IN THIS MOMENT bassist Travis Johnson on vocals, Matt Snell of 5 FINGER DEATH PUNCH fame on bass with SKINLAB guitarists Brian Jackson & Marcos Medinacompleting this highly anticipated project masterminded by metal Legend
“Making My Amends” can be seen here:
White Knuckle Riot was formed in California in order to deliver the people a politically charged message, conveyed in heavy rock, haunting lyrics and drive.
White Knuckle Riot – The Frontline w/Lyrics
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HELLRZZR TOUR DATES:
10/18 – San Diego, CA – TBA
Evan Seidlitz Vocals/Keyboards
Shawn Patterson Guitar
Mark James Klepaski Bass
Russell Ray – Drums
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In the summer of 2014, frontman and guitarist, Dave Naruszewicz was looking to work on a new project following the disbandment of Chicago based group, HeartSet Self Destruct. After recording 2 full length records, releasing a single to active rock radio which charted at #1 on Music Choice Network, and years of touring North America with such bands as Volbeat, Hellyeah, and Filter it was time for change.
Looking to feed his passion as an artist, Dave spent time working with other musicians in the Chicago music scene but didn’t find what he was looking for. Not deterred, Dave reached out to longtime friend and fellow musician/drummer, Russell Ray. Russ (formerly of Old Fashioned Beatdown) also cowrote and recorded drums for WindUp Records recording artist Megan McCauley.
Dave began flying to Los Angeles from Chicago twice a month, working with Russ to build something new, original and undeniable. Russ then reached out to former bandmate and guitarist Shawn Patterson (formerly Old Fashioned Beatdown and Phantom Communique). The three began writing, recording, and sharing demos that would eventually become the foundation of VYCES. After a few trips to L.A., they entered the studio with producer Augustus Cryns (Stitched Up Heart, XO Stereo, The Dead Rabbits and Westfield Massacre).
One year later, the band completed 14 songs that established the raw sound, power, and a vision that is VYCES. The band has been compared to such artists as Chevelle, Killswitch Engage and Breaking Benjamin, sonically creating a dark blend of active rock and metal. Dave describes the soul of the songs as “exploring the darker side of human emotion and behavior. It’s something everyone can relate to because everyone has experienced some form of hurt, betrayal, weakness, hate, addiction and/or lack of acceptance. It’s also the fuel that drives us to be stronger, get better and overcome the flaws we’ve built in our minds.”