Post-hardcore music has never sounded so good, and if you're looking for a group of musicians to adore
and give praise to for their efforts in making it a worthwhile genre then you only need to go as far as Chiodos. A group well
known for their musical mastery and churning out the hit singles and albums like none other, Chiodos are on a mission to bring
post-hardcore music to people all across the country and the world, and so far they've been doing a great job of it. While
they are hard at work in bringing their sound to the masses once again with a fourth studio album, they don't stop bringing
their music to the fans that love it so much. Taking to the stage once again for a string of shows that range from Tennessee
to Georgia to Florida, Chiodos are a popular live band that really know how to bring the heat once they take to the stage.
So make sure that you are well aware of any plans you may have in December, because you're going to want to come up with a
good excuse to cancel so that you'll be able to make it out to one of the upcoming Chiodos shows happening near you. With
dates stretching throughout December 2013, Chiodos will be blowing the minds of anyone in attendance at these shows with their
musical prowess and incredible stage presence. If you want to be able to make it out to one of these shows then you'll definitely
want to secure your spot at the show by getting the tickets that you need to get there from StubHub. Tickets are now on sale
but you're going to want to hurry before they're all gone.
About The Band
Formed in 2001 Michigan, the
members of Chiodos came together to form the band while they were still in high school, getting their start playing at a free
venue in Downtown Flint, Michigan. After churning out a few EP's under the name "The Brothers Chiodos", the group eventually
changed their name to simply "Chiodos" and subsequently went all out in releasing their debut album in 2005, "All's Well That
Ends Well", making waves on the scene as it debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart. The group expanded their
audience as they dominated tour after tour, growing in popularity as the hit massive events like the Warped Tour and playing
alongside bands like "Coheed and Cambria" and "Linkin Park" while releasing their sophomore effort, "Bone Palace Ballet".
They followed this up in 2010 with the album "Illuminaudio" which was a huge success, touting growth with a new vocalist as
well as a plethora of singles that showcase the band's continuing skill. They continue to release new music and tour for their
fans all across the world.
It took years of practice, but by the time that Chiodos
decided to release their debut studio album they had already released three EP's. With the EP's playing as a way to hone the
band member's skills, they finally decided they were ready to enter the real world of music with their debut album, "All's
Well That Ends Well" in 2005. The album was a huge success and debuted incredibly well, finding audiences all over that hadn't
before heard of this amazing post-hardcore band. This grew their reach substantially, as newcomers from all over found a love
for this unique style of music.
If you're somewhat of a movie buff, then maybe the name
"Chiodos" has been ringing bells but you can't quite put your finger on it. Interested in movies themselves, the members of
Chiodos decided to name their band after something interesting while having a name that stands out at the same time. Fascinated
with the movie "Killer Klowns From Outer Space", the band initially decided to name themselves "The Chiodos Brothers" in tribute
to the actual Chiodos Brothers Stephen, Charles, and Edward, the filmmakers of that movie. Eventually they decided to shorten
their name to simply Chiodos, a smart move that keeps their band name short, concise, and sounding pretty cool all at the
same time. There are likely a wealth of people who were all wondering what and why their name could possibly mean, but in
the end it all boils down to a movie about clowns from outer space.
If you're lucky enough
to find yourself in the audience at a Chiodos show, you should thank your lucky stars if you find time between all of the
dancing that you'll inevitably be doing. Even if you give your brain specific orders to not dance, this order will eventually
be overwritten once the members of Chiodos take to the stage. Jamming out hit after hit as the night goes on, Chiodos knows
exactly how to put on the show and they proceed to do just that. So if you were looking for a great night filled with all
of your favorite Chiodos hits, then you need to grab your tickets from StubHub while they're still available!