The Sound of Animals Fighting Schedule
They're coming out of hibernation! The Sound of Animals Fighting, the ever-changing
experimental post-hardcore group, have announced they will be touring for the first time in more than seven years! The outfit,
comprised of Circa Survive front man Anthony Green and assorted members of the RX Bandits, are booked for a host of national
tour dates, which include stops at the Trocadero in Philadelphia; Best Buy Theater in New York; the House of Blues in Boston;
the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles and the Marquee Theatre in Tempe.
The band's last performances took place in 2006
with a string of shows in Hollywood, Las Vegas, San Diego and Anaheim - which were their only performances ever - until now!
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The Sound of Animals Fighting Background
Sound of Animals Fighting was established by RX Bandits member, Rich Balling. The group issued a trilogy of works between
2004 and 2008 and only put on four rare live performances in Southern California and Las Vegas. Anthony Green (Circa Survive),
Matt Embree (RX Bandits) and Technology (Chris Tsagakis' side project) served as the openers.
When the band appears
in public, they don what can be described as cute or maybe a bit unsettling children's Halloween masks.
But in this
day and age, the identity of the band members hasn't remained a secret for long. The overall consensus is that Rich Balling
is the singer and producer behind The Sound of Animals Fighting.
The revolving outfit released its first album, Tiger
and Duke, in 2005, followed by their 2006 album, Lover, The Lord Has Left Us.
The Sound of Animals Fighting Hit
The Sound of Animals Fighting has released three studio albums, which include Tiger and the Duke (2005); Lover,
the Lord Has Left Us... (2006); and The Ocean and the Sun (2008).
They additionally put out the DVD, We Must Become
the Change We Want to See in 2007.
The Sound of Animals Fighting Trivia
The Sound of Animals Fighting
appear in the public eye only in Halloween masks with cartoon animals on them. And since the band is a consistently revolving
musical collective, they are only referenced as the critters their masks symbolize. For instance, on their very first album,
The Tiger and the Duke, the Bear, the Lynx, the Walrus, the Ferret, the Armadillo, the Nightingale, the Octopus, the Hyena,
the Llama, the Skunk, the Dog, the Swan, the Tortoise, the Raven and the Tiger are listed.
The Sound of Animals
Fighting Concert Experience
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The Sound of Animals Fighting has carved out a unique niche on the music scene
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and personal as The Sound of Animals Fighting looks to put on an exclusive show for their rabid fan base!
luck this year to catch a live performance because The Sound of Animals Fighting is making their way to Best Buy Theater in
New York; the House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts; Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles; and the Marquee Theatre in Tempe. Make
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