EVERGREEN TERRACE announces "A Weekend of Florida Terror" and hometown end of the year show!
Evergreen Terrace has recently announced that they will be playing a string of dates across Florida with several other Florida-based bands in tow. Florida is passed over by a lot of tours, so the band decided to play shows specifically for their home state fans!
Guitarist Josh James explains further: "It's strange to think that even though we tour 9 months out of the year we rarely get to play Florida. This state has a great scene, amazing bands and mostly importantly it's our home. In early December we will head out for a weekend trip with our friends Casey Jones and Boys No Good to explore some of these scenes and to catch some great local bands. Later in the month we will be participating in Jack Rabbit's infamous 12 Days of Christmas event in Jacksonville. It's been almost a year since we've played our hometown. The show has an amazing lineup featuring Kids Like Us, His Name Was Iron, a rad band from Tallahassee called Livid and a new local Jacksonville band called Atlas. Remember, the best way to support your scene is by attending local shows and supporting not only touring bands but local ones as well. We look forward to seeing old and new faces at these shows and closing out 2011 in a memorable way."
Tour w/ Casey Jones, Boys No Good and more
12/8 - Tallahassee, FL @ The Engine Room
12/9 - Tampa, FL @ Transitions
12/10 - Cocoa, FL @ The 321 Local
12/11 - Lake Worth, FL @ The Speak Easy
Tour w/ Kids Like Us, His Name Was Iron, Livid and Atlas
12/30 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Evergreen Terrace's latest album, Almost Home, was released in September 2009 and is available on iTunes, Indiemerch.com, Amazon and wherever CDs are sold. Check out the music videos for Sending Signals and Mario Speedwagon can be seen HERE and HERE.
"Craig Chaney's singing parts recall latter-day Bad Religion-a major bonus in the melody department." Decibel Magazine
"These guys have really hit their stride and appear to be playing at the top of their game. Pick up this album and go see these guys on tour; both will be an utter treat!" DecoyMusic.com
"captures Evergreen Terrace at their most sweeping and dramatic." Outburn Magazine