Kingdom Collapse w/ Silent Theory “Live on the Lanes” at 2454 West (Greeley): Presented by Mishawaka

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Doors | 7pm // Show | 8pm
$12
Mishawaka Presents

Kingdom Collapse
w/ Silent Theory

“Live on the Lanes” at 2454 West
2454 8th Ave.
Greeley, CO 80631
 

Wednesday, January 26th, 2022
Doors at 7:00 PM | Show at 8:00 PM

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Single General Admission (GA) Ticket
Standing room only along the concourse of the venue. Food and Drink service is available self-service from the bar area. Bowling is available for purchase on a first come, first served basis day of show. Bowling pricing varies per show, per day.

About the Artist
Please visit www.kingdomcollapse.com/

Refuge area: Though these shows are not socially distant, please note that we will be providing an area in the venue for you or your party if you feel you need some space.  

*Ticket Reservation Required. Full restaurant service available*

We will be following current state and local guidelines regarding COVID-19 at the time of the show.

Texas-based hard rock quartet, Kingdom Collapse, have released their new single, “Uprise”, perfectly capturing their ability to blend catchy radio hooks with high-energy delivery. Featuring Jonathan Norris on vocals, Robert Flores on guitar, Blake Suarez on bass, and David Sanchez on drums, “Uprise” is an anthem that's both of-the-moment and relevant to today's times. Norris says: “We're very proud to release our new single at this time, with everything going on in the world. With all that we’ve all endured globally with the recent pandemic, this is an anthem to assure everyone that we will not only recover but we will rise again, even stronger.” Norris co-wrote the song with acclaimed songwriter Ted Bruner, who has penned such massive radio rock hits as “Porn Star Dancing” (My Darkest Days), “Fallen Angel” (Three Days Grace), and many others. Not only was he involved in co-writing the song, Norris produced the song all on his own. “It’s not every day you have a frontman who writes AND produces the songs from start to finish,” says manager, Aaron Smith. “That’s a big part of the magic that gives Kingdom Collapse their identity.” 2020 reflects the next step in the evolution of Kingdom Collapse. The band ended the 2019 calendar year with the release of their infectious single, “Payback”, which got played on Sirius/XM Octane and featured in Alternative Press, thus tipping the band’s catalog into the millions of streams across all music platforms.
In a society where new bands pop up every day, Silent Theory is here to set a new standard. Silent Theory was created in 2010 by brothers Mitch, Scott, and George Swanger and family friend Robert James. In 2014, Dakota Elliot Tyler joined to front the band. The Swanger brothers are from the Moscow, Idaho area, where they grew up playing music together. Dakota and Robert are from the western Washington area, where they grew up doing the same. Lead singer Dakota says the guys are “like family” and they’ve made a great bond. Despite a portion of the group being brothers, they say it really makes the creativity flow having band members who aren’t related. From the beginning, the band has wanted to make music people can relate to. They want their fans to love their songs even more, every time they hear them. The group started their journey playing small local shows to get their name out and their music heard. The band gained popularity and started playing bigger shows in the Seattle/Tacoma area, Spokane, Washington, and Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho. The band also got the opportunity for a much bigger show, the South-By-Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas where they played with bands like Metallica, Shiny Toy Guns, The Proclaimers and more. 2010 was a year of achievements for the band. The group made an appearance on MTV Cribs, where they performed their single “Livin’ the Dream,” headlined the world famous “Whisky A Go-Go” in Los Angeles, California, and signed their first record deal with Turkey Vulture Records. By June 2011, the band was headed to Rockford, Illinois to record their full-length debut album, “Black Tie Affair,” which was released in October of 2011. In celebration of their album release, the band played the first ever sold out show in the history of the BellTower Concert House in Pullman, Washington. After the release of “Black Tie Affair” the band toured the nation in the summer of 2012 to promote the album and the single, “Livin’ the Dream” which was made available on the video game Rock Band. Recently, Silent Theory recently released several new songs including; “Outta My Head” in 2013, and their most recent single and music video, “Fragile Minds.” Their sophomore album, “Delusions” was released September 10th, 2016. Through the years, Silent Theory has always had one constant goal in mind: To always be striving to better themselves. Despite challenges along the way, the band says “playing together has always kept us motivated, we’re all up there because we love it.” The band has plenty on their plate in the upcoming months and they’re ready to see what the future holds.