|Latest Issues Tickets|
98 Rockfest: A Day to Remember, Issues, Red Sun Rising, Crown the Empire, Avatar & Gemini Syndrome
Exchange Park Fairground
Apr 30 2017
Issues, Misunderstandings & Uncle Buddy's Remedies
Heymann Performing Arts Center
Jul 29 2017
Details of Issues and the Ticket Luck value
Entering the music scene in 2012, Issues is hailed as one of the most exciting metalcore bands to emerge in the recent years. Comprising of six members, led by the singer/songwriter Tyler Carter, the band is rising to popularity because of its fusion of contemporary pop with metalcore. Their compositions are produced to a brilliant effect and have started creating a buzz outside the US. In spring 2015, the band will be joining All Time Low on their US trek and will also be sharing the stage with other artist like Tonight Live and State Champs. Issues tickets will treat you to their live music that's a wonderful blend of metal with R&B and rapcore.
After the metalcore band Woe, Is Me disbanded in 2011, its members Tyler Carter, Michael Bohn, and the two brothers Ben and Cory Ferris, decided to form Issues. The artists reemerged in the music scene in 2012 and added fresh talent to the lineup. Issues signed with Rise Records and in the same year came up with a debut EP titled, “Black Diamonds”. The album reflects the band's inherent sincerity towards music and is a good effort all around. Each member has brought in his unique style in the mix and produced an eclectic record. Tyler Carter has done a splendid job with the vocals and proved that he's a star in the making. His smooth R&B hooks in the track Princeton Avenue are a proof of his talent and the upbeat choruses in the single King of Amarillo demand attention. The pop instrumentation is also superb, featuring astounding riffs, keys and drumming.
In 2014, Issues released their first full length studio album featuring 12 songs. It peaked at number 9 on the Billboard 200 and topped US Hard Rock charts. Ever since their EP came out, there was a lot of hype about the band and especially their studio record. After a solid EP many thought that it would be tough for the members to trump it but they surely did. A stellar effort, the self-titled album opens with the strong, stomping track, Sad Ghosts. Metal and R&B blended in perfect harmony, it has crunching guitar riffs and raw, unclean vocals. Other singles that standout include Mad At Myself that is reminiscent of a pop ballad and features Carter's angelic voice. The haunting number The Langdon House is performed by Michael Bohn and is laced with nu metal undertones. The main reason for the album's success is the sound understanding of all the genres infused. The members have magically welded different styles and there is just the right amount of electronic scratches, pummeling drums and harmonizing vocals to make the band stand out from the pack.
Issues will head into spring with a tour and will be rocking the stage live alongside, All Time Low. They have some individual concerts lined up as well and Issues tickets are being purchased by their hardcore fans. Issues take the stage with full energy and captivate the crowd with their electrifying performance. They treat the fans to acoustic numbers and also improvise the hit tracks. Those who have attended their concerts before call it an experience of a lifetime.