H2O

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Comeback Kid, The Eulogy, Pissed Regardless

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

Soda Bar

$20.00 - $22.00

This event is 21 and over

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H2O
H2O
H2O is a band that had beginnings like any other band. No one could have guessed that a few guys from New York, who started as a one-song side project with former Sick of It All roadie Toby Morse and a few friends, would turn into a world-touring powerhouse. They took humble roots and worked their way to add their chapter to the long history of New York hardcore and they would define the term “melodic hardcore” that would become so common years later.

H2O from 1996 to 2003 was unavoidable - four albums on Blackout!, Epitaph, and MCA records with over 300,000 copies sold, constant world touring with the likes of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Rancid, AFI, Pennywise, the Used, Sick of It All, the Misfits, 7 Seconds, and Madball, as well as runs on the Warped Tour. They established themselves as a household name and inspired countless others in their wake. In the pre-internet world of hardcore and punk, H2O was the band that bridged the heavily tattooed, unbridled rage of New York bands like the Cro-Mags and Agnostic Front with the punk melodies of bands like the Descendents and Token Entry that would change the face of independent music forever.

The band's Bridge Nine debut, 2008's Nothing to Prove was not a comeback. That’s way too simple. Nothing to Prove was a statement of everything the band is and a taste of what the band might be in the future. After touring the globe, they returned for 2011's Don't Forget Your Roots, a 15-song covers album (prefaced by three geographical-based teaser 7"s) tackling their influences like Bad Brains, the Clash, Ramones, Rancid and more.
Comeback Kid
Comeback Kid
Comeback Kid is a Canadian punk band from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Formed in 2000, the band is signed to Victory Records. Their name comes from a headline in a newspaper about hockey player, Mario Lemieux coming back to the NHL.[1] The band was formed in 2002 by Andrew Neufeld and Jeremy Hiebert who were both members of the band Figure Four, which is currently on hiatus. They were joined by their friends Scott Wade and Kyle Profeta, but CBK was originally intended only to be a side project.[2] Their initial popularity was mainly due to word of mouth within the hardcore scene.

Current members

Andrew Neufeld – lead vocals (2006–present), rhythm guitar (2002–2006)
Jeremy Hiebert – lead guitar, backing vocals (2002–present)
Stu Ross – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2012–present)[6]
Ron Friesen – bass (2014–present)
Jesse Labovitz – drums (2014–present)



Former members

Kyle Profeta – drums (2002-2014)
Scott Wade – lead vocals (2002–2006)
Matt Keil – bass, backing vocals (2008–2014)
Kevin Call – bass (2003-2007)
Cliff Heide – bass (2002–2003)
Casey Hjelmberg – rhythm guitar (2007-2012)
The Eulogy
The Eulogy
The Eulogy is a Hardcore band from Southern California. Comprised of former members of Agnostic Front / Madball, 454 Big Block / Eye for An Eye / Straight Faced, Throwdown, Mouthpiece, and Collision.
Pissed Regardless
Pissed Regardless
Pissed Regardless started in 2013 in North County, San Diego with the intent of writing vicious crossover punk/hardcore thrash metal. The band has released 2 full-length albums previous to their upcoming Creator-Destructor debut – 2013’s Self-Titled release and 2015’s “Force Fed Gods”. The band has a special talent at composing ripping fast, to-the-point hardcore that wears it’s punk and grind influences on it’s sleeve. The end result is a contagious burst of heaviness that’ll have most headbangers rejoicing in no time.
Venue Information:
Soda Bar
3615 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA, 92104
http://www.sodabarmusic.com/