Of Mice and Men Band - Metalcore Masters
This marvellous metal band has harvested a huge global fan base off the
back of their highly-polished heavy hits. Masters of underground genre metalcore, these skull-crushing Californians have paved
the way for other bands and are now appreciated far and wide for their impressive instrumental skill and seething vocal power.
thoroughly polished act worthy of arena tour status, this metalcore outfit are journeying to the UK tour perform their prized
hits on our shores. Purchase Of Mice and Men tickets at StubHub UK and see them perform live for yourself.
Mice and Men Biography - Genre-Mixing Metal Icons
This iconic band enjoy a royal reputation among heavy music fans
for their unique sound, which blends elements of a number of metal genres including metalcore and nu-metal. They first burst
onto the music scene in 2009 and have since evolved their sound through a number of line-up changes. Currently led by vocalist
Austin Carlile, the band takes their name from the well-known novella by John Steinbeck. The book centres around the notion
that 'the well made plans of mice and men often falter' and this group reflect such themes in their profound lyrical content.
eponymous debut album rocked the airwaves in 2010, gaining a huge fan base off the back of distinctive singles including 'Second
and Sebring' and 'Those in Glass Houses'. Their highly polished sophomore album The Flood garnered sparkling reviews
for the stronger use of clean vocals from ex-lead singer Shayley Bourget on tracks like 'Let Live'. As the years have progressed,
the band has developed a more nu-metal tinge to their sound - filling their first charting single 'You Are Not Alone' with
many minor-key riffs. They will undoubtedly last the test of time, so grab Of Mice and Men tickets at StubHub UK and see them
live at a town near you.
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