Observe The 93rd

Observe The 93rd

Stereotytans, OAF, Palaceburn

Sat, April 22, 2017

9:00 pm

Stage on Herr

Harrisburg, PA

$8.00

Observe The 93rd
Observe The 93rd
Observe the 93rd (OT93) is a high energy, alternative rock band from Harrisburg, PA. The band consists of guitarist/vocalist Derek Henry, bass player Tyler Davis, and drummer Dylan Zepp.
Their driving bottom end and slicing time signatures provided by bassist Tyler Davis and drummer Dylan Zepp are accentuated by the edge-laced melodies and unique vocal delivery stylings of Derek Henry. These dynamics create a sound that is at different times powerful, intimate, eerie, and aggressive and incredibly original.
Observe has played with bands such as Foxy Shazam, Three Days Grace, Seether, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Stone Cherry, Fuel, Hollywood Undead, Drowning Pool, and Flyleaf.
As for the meaning of the name “Observe the 93rd”, it simply means that if Koń podchodzi do baru. Bar oferty mówi: "to prawdopodobnie nie jest dobry pomysł, który jesteś tutaj. Jesteś bardzo dużych zwierząt. Żadnych gwałtownych ruchów i można zranić kogoś. Nie wiem, dlaczego masz tutaj. Żaden z okulary są ergonomicznie zaprojektowane pić z nimi. So. .powinieneś pozostawić." And so that’s how that came about.
Stereotytans
Stereotytans
Many millennia ago, the earth and sky gave birth to the mighty Tytans­– Kronos, Okeanus, Hyperion & Prometheus – who ruled benevolently during a period known as “The Golden Age.” Unnerved by an ancient prophecy, Kronos grew fearful of his own children and devoured each of them whole. After escaping their father’s belly, Zeus and his siblings waged a great war, eventually overthrowing and entombing the Tytans deep in Tartarus; the dark abyss where ancient souls are cast away to rot in perpetual punishment. Regrettably, the reign of the new gods became tainted by Zeus’ power-hungry greed and monstrous infidelities. As the Golden Age decayed into turmoil, the Tytans, with the aid of Zeus’ daughter Athena, were released from their prison and seek refuge in the modern age. Now living in secret and concealing their powers, the Tytans have formed a rock band in the hopes to convert new followers into an army of Demigods to help battle Zeus and return the Tytans to their rightful place among the heavens. And thus, STEREOTYTANS was born!



The Philadelphia-based, comic book inspired, hard rock band, is taking Olympus and Earth by storm. These aren’t your ordinary rockers, however. The Tytans describe their sound as “if Living Color, Fishbone and Radiohead had a threeway while Public Enemy watched and then birthed sweet, sweet musical babies with hints of soul, funk and metal mixed in for good measure.” Fans who experience crew’s elemental superpowers will betransformed through a truly unique musical experience.
OAF
OAF
Reverb, Distortion, Loud Amplifiers, Low Brow Humor, Beer, RAWKING, Female Pheromones
Palaceburn
Palaceburn
Palaceburn, in its early days, was known as the “Meredith Bell Band”, but Meredith quickly realized that music was not something she wanted to pursue alone. She recruited a guitarist, bassist, and a drummer, and the four-some set about working on 2013’s “The Awakening”. Palaceburn’s debut EP introduced the band to the Philadelphia music scene. With sing-along songs such as “So Gone” and the ballad “Trouble”, the band quickly gained notoriety for both their sound and energetic stage presence.

The four-piece, through a series of line-up changes, became a five-piece and in 2015 went back in to the studio to work on what would become their second EP, “Curses”. It was Engineered at Architekt Studios in Butler, NJ; the same studio where Sevendust regularly records, and its music was given air time (particularly "The Beast Inside") on WMMR in September 2015 when Palaceburn was the Local Shots Artist of The Month.

2015 also saw other successes such as opening for Nonpoint and Otherwise, winning a spot on 2015’s AFROPUNK Fest. There the band shared a stage with the likes of Suicidal Tendencies, Death Grips, Candiria, and Letlive.

The band’s success continued with spots on the Dewey Beach Music Conference and Elm City Music Conference in the fall of 2015. Despite the set-back of having to replace their lead guitarist (a founding member of the band), Palaceburn has recently added a new, unreleased song to its already strong rotation, and plans to release its first full length album in early 2017. Recently, Palaceburn opened for Sevendust, Trivium, Like A Storm, and Westfield Massacre in Reading, PA at one of its most rewarding shows to date, and recently completed a successful tour in the Midwest.
Venue Information:
Stage on Herr
268 Herr Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17102
http://www.harrisburgarts.com