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Getting Attila tickets would be worth every penny for all the rock fans looking forward to an electrifying performance. Every time this American metal band hits the stage, the fans welcome them with a manic roar as the band itself is far from mellow. Looking back, the band members were a bunch of high school friends who found a common ground and did not think twice about forming a rock band. Attila hit the music scene in 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia. The band was named after Attila the Hun, the kind of name they had been looking for since they wanted something quirky.
Attila consists of Chris Fronzak on lead vocals, Chris Linck and Nate Salemeh on guitars, Sean Heenan on drums and Kalan Blehmon on bass guitar. Like their name these rockers also offer something out-of-the–ordinary when it comes to music. Infusing deathcore, metalcore, alternative metal and rap metal, Attila has given a string of hits like sunsets and death threats, let’s start the party, outlawed and Payback.
The band has been performing endlessly in the United States with bands like Hed PE, Arsonists Get All the Girls, See You Next Tuesday, Oceano and Emmure. In 2012 Chris Fronzak made his presence known in the song titled Bathed in Salt by In Dying Arms. Other than that, Attila has also been in the news for their new song called Party with the Devil which was made public via iTunes. The band has released four albums to date; Fallacy, Soundtrack to a party, Rage and Outlawed which hit the shelves in 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011. Their debut album consisted of the hit numbers including Taking the Lives of the Ignorant, Caddywampus, Flying with the Kennedys, and Under my Breath. The second album, Soundtrack to a Party catered to deathcore, metalcore, rap metal, and partyrock fans. Let’s start the Party, Unbelievable, Soda in the Water Cup, You looked a lot better Last Night are some of the tracks from the album. Despite the positive response, the first two albums did not enter the charts.
However, it was the third release that managed to hit the Billboard 200 US Heatseekers chart at number 15. Some of the songs from the album are; Girls Don’t Lie, The End, Lights Out, Temper, and Make it Sick. The instrumentation really stood out in this particular album as Attila tried to do something different while keeping their “party-oriented” theme intact. Thus once again winning over their fans. Moreover, Fronzak did a commendable job showing his ability as a singer. He sure has the knack of keeping his listeners engrossed.
Their fourth album Outlawed is considered to be biggest hit so far. In its first week it sold 4700 copies and landed on Billboard 200 at number eighty-seven. Produced by Joey Sturgis, an utterly successful record producer, the album delivered hits such as Light me Up, Nasty Mouth, Payback, Nothing left to Say, and Another Round. Overall the album is catchy, fun with carefree lyrical content; just the kind of music Attila is known for. Buy cheap Attila tickets and get ready to be entertained by a series of upbeat songs.