By The Thousands

The Vanguard and Bros. Houligan Presents...

By The Thousands

The Ansible, NOMVDIC, Pickwick Commons, LOCAL TBA, LOCAL TBA

Wed, May 9, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

$12.00

This event is all ages

By The Thousands
By The Thousands
Progressive Metal from the Twin Cities
The Ansible
The Ansible
The Ansible is a musical project that documents our journeys into the frequency ether.
NOMVDIC
NOMVDIC
NOMVDIC’s sound wanders as much as their name suggests. With conceptual, genre-bending songwriting to thank, diversity alone makes this quartet difficult to pigeonhole. And in an era of heavy music that is saturated with monotony and pandering themes, NOMVDIC is a welcome breath of fresh air.

In a live setting, their progressive and unpredictable nature is free to flaunt its full potential. Any true performance leaves the viewer in a dense fog of curiosity, and NOMVDIC is no exception to that rule. Any heavy music fan will be able to pinpoint a favorite track on the Horror EP, which proves just as unique from song to song as the restless modern-day listener would hope.

Whether you’re thirsty for haunting intensity or sheer atmosphere, you can rest assured that NOMVDIC incorporates both ingredients in their signature cocktail of all things dark.
Pickwick Commons
Pickwick Commons
Hope and the pursuit of self improvement are the driving force behind Indiana’s Pickwick Commons tidal wave of sound. With a wide range of influences from all ages of metalcore to the experimental and emotional hardcore scene, Pickwick Commons has created a massive sound of energy and passion that has been channeled into their single “Friends & Family” as well as their split EP “Short Lived” with Indiana hardcore band Old Poet. Pickwick Commons has come together over the course of three years, picking up talented, driven, and passionate members to fill out their current lineup. Started in late 2013 by drummer Brandon Stuck and then guitarist Adam Loellke, the band has grown dramatically in their songwriting with each release. With the addition of guitarist and vocalist Colin Fedorchak in the summer of 2015, Adam moving to vocals, and the introduction of Wesley Holland on bass in early 2016, Pickwick Commons is growing stronger and closer as time passes. With lyrics derived from self reflection on their own failings, the band strives to spread its message of self improvement and self awareness everywhere they go. With multiple tours under their belt and a solidified signature sound, the band now looks to move ahead with its DIY approach and spread “Short Lived” and their upcoming music as far as they can. With several more recording projects in the making, an intense live show, and tours planned to promote their music, Pickwick Commons is ready to hit the ground running and continue to make an impact on the scene.
Venue Information:
The Vanguard
222 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.thevanguardtulsa.com