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The Emo Nite GRAVE AT THE TORCH Line-Up Is Truly Something

Emo Nite and Insomnia are putting on one hell of an event for their first collaboration since joining forces in the form of GRAVE At The Torch. Taking place in December, they are going to be bringing emo rave culture to the LA Memorial Coliseum in some style. Emo Nite and Insomnia first announced their partnership back in July. Since then, they have partied at the “Road to GRAVE RAVE” kickoff party at Academy LA and launched the Insomniac record label Graveboy Records together. The first release is by Noelle Sucks and called “Ugly Ugly“. It’s a song that perfectly reflects the atmosphere and feeling that this bringing together of worlds is set to represent. And with GRAVE AT THE TORCH, it’s going into the stratosphere.

SO, who is going to be playing? Well, it’s been announced and is truly an array of styles and sounds. On the emo side of things, there is going to be the legendary State Champs and We The Kings. Two bands that have conquered their own period of pop-punk and continued to expand and excel today, it’s a potent combination. And then, on the more EDM-leaning side of things, we have Said The Sky and NURKO. Both specializing in the most ethereal and punishing style of electronic worship, it’s a wonderful juxtaposition to the pop-punk side of things. Plus, Said The Sky has joined forces with the likes of The Maine, Lil Lotus and Motion City Soundtrack before.

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Emo Nite founders T.J. Petracca and Morgan Freed had this to say about the line-up

“The artists we booked for GRAVE at The Torch live in different genres, spaces, and scenes, but they have all collaborated together in the past and drawn influence from each other’s work. We’re excited to put them on the same stage together for the first time and see what magic happens with the artists and fans alike.”

GRAVE AT THE TORCH will be taking place on December 15 at Los Angeles’ Memorial Coliseum. Tickets will be on sale from October 5 from right here.

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