American Nightmare Schedule
Whether you know this post-hardcore outfit as Give Up the Ghost or by their original
name, American Nightmare, you can't deny that they can put on a knockout show. Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, American
Nightmare has been rocking out on stages around the world since 1998, and they are gearing up for one of their most highly
anticipated shows yet! On January 4th, 2015, American Nightmare (now known as Give Up the Ghost) will be bringing their biggest
punk rock hits to the iconic El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, and you definitely don't want to miss this red-hot show! When
your favorite post-hardcore group steps out on stage at the El Rey theatre, make sure that you are in the audience by relying
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American Nightmare Background
Cossar and Wesley Eisold are at the heart of American Nightmare. These two musicians first met up with Azy Relph and Jesse
Van Deist in the late 1990s, and this quartet decided to form a band. With their mutual love for post-hardcore rock, the four-piece
recorded a demo tape in 1999 and immediately hit the touring road heavily. No matter where they were performing, American
Nightmare never failed to wow their fans with their electrifying and high-energy shows. To this day, Give Up the Ghost always
knows exactly how to impress their fans and pump up a crowd. In 2001, American Nightmare released their debut album, Background
Music, under Equal Vision Records. As soon as it went public, music critics and fans started raving about the catchy and edgy
hardcore punk sound, and American Nightmare quickly became one of the most talked about new bands on the post-hardcore scene.
afterward, American Nightmare changed their name to Give Up the Ghost due to legal reasons, and they released their second
full-length album, We're Down Til We're Underground, which featured more of an experimental vibe than their first album. In
2004, Give Up the Ghost announced a sudden and devastating hiatus, citing "health and personal reasons" for the out-of-the-blue
split. The band's various members went on to work on different projects, becoming part of bands like Head Automatica, the
Hope Conspiracy, Ye Olde Maids, and more. After a long hiatus, Give Up the Ghost finally announced that it would reunite in
2011, much to the excitement of their loyal fan base.
In December 2011, Give Up the Ghost played two reunion shows,
and since then the beloved post-hardcore outfit has continued to play a handful of shows every year. Whether they are playing
a show in New York City, Chicago, or Los Angeles, you can always expect Give Up the Ghost to pack the house with excited punk
rock fans. After all, Give Up the Ghost doesn't go on full-fledged tours anymore, so seeing them in concert is a rare and
special treat for any of their fans. If you want to snag a spot in the audience at one of their upcoming shows, all you have
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American Nightmare/Give Up the Ghost has released two highly acclaimed albums: Background Music (2001) and We're
Down Til We're Underground (2003). They have also released several EPs and compilations, as well as some phenomenally popular
tracks. Some of their most adored songs include hardcore puunk athems like "AM/PM", "Since Always", "We Killed It", "Postmark
My Compass", "You and Me", and "Dead and Gone".
Give Up the Ghost has an undeniably infectious repertoire of hardcore
punk songs, and now you could catch them performing live in concert thanks to StubHub!
members of Give Up the Ghost accused Fall Out Boy of stealing lyrics from their band's lyricist, Wes Eisold. The case was
ultimately settled outside of the courts, and Wes received credits on Fall Out Boy's albums, From Under the Cork Tree and
Infinity on High.
Are you ready for a gritty, high-energy, and exciting hardcore punk show?
Then make sure that you have your tickets to see American Nightmare, aka Give Up the Ghost. This beloved band first exploded
onto the scene in the early 2000s, and even though they only play a few shows a year now, they still know how to sell out
a venue. Don't miss out and grab your American Nightmare tickets on StubHub while you still can!