Glory Days Presents!More Live Music in Gainesville & Southeast USA
FEST 16 - SATURDAY NIGHT 2

FEST 16 - SATURDAY NIGHT 2

Dopamines, Clown Sounds (URTC), Mikey Erg (Full Band), American Pinup, The Bombpops, Mystery Band, Mystery Band, ASTPAI, Static Radio, Western Addiction, After The Fall, Wolf-Face, We Are The Union, Keep Flying

Sat, October 28, 2017

Doors: 12:10 pm / Show: 12:10 pm

$20.00 - $25.00

ASTPAI
Blasting out of a dirty basement's rehearsal room there comes the straight forward punkrock sound of Austria's very own ASTPAI. Think of Strike Anywhere meets AC/DC, never lacking a sense in melody and sing-a-longs. Their Hardcore/Punk sound comes along with both very personal as well as political views and offers some new ideas without just presenting shallow paroles and drained statements.

ASTPAI has been a consistently touring band for five years now, including destinations such as Western-, Central-, and Eastern Europe as well as the USA, Canada and Russia.

In a total of ten years the band has shared stages with numerous international acts like Anti-Flag, Flogging Molly, Leftöver Crack, Fucked Up, Paint It Black, The Flatliners, Dead To Me, A Wilhelm Scream, The Casting Out (Ex-Boysetsfire), and many more.

ASTPAI love to be busy and they're busy with what they love.
After The Fall
After The Fall
After the Fall of Albany, NY formed in 2000 and have since molded their sound into a refined, technical showcasing of melodic hardcore and speedy skatepunk on releases across labels like Paper + Plastick, Mightier Than Sword, Shield and more.

Their newest release "DEDICATION" is out now via Bridge Nine Records.
Wolf-Face
In the mid-80's young Michael J. Wolf, like most teenagers, went through some serious changes. However, the changes Michael faced were unlike anything other teenagers experienced. Where other teenagers were dealing with pimples and getting erections in public, Michael was dealing with fangs, hair, and claws. These changes brought both fame and ridicule to Michael. With the help of his father and his close friends Boof and Stiles, Michael overcame the many unexpected challenges associated with being a teenage werewolf.

After graduating from High school, Michael entered the real world searching for a way to release his continuing frustrations. He found his release in the form of a Fender Jazzmaster Guitar played loud and fast. He formed the band Wolf-Face and released several underground cassette tapes that quickly gained circulation throughout the United States and abroad. These tapes included the coveted "Self titled" tape, the "Wolf-Face Too" EP, the "She's in heat, but she won't mate with me" tape, and the "Vampires are pussies" collection. These tapes are a rare find these days and some can occasionally be found on Ebay selling for hundreds of dollars. Wolf-Face toured extensively to sold out crowds in dive bars all over the United States and abroad. Due to drug and alcohol issues and generally being burnt out by the changing music scene and the constant barrage of "wolves in sheep's clothing" associated with the music industry wanting to dumb down and bastardize Wolf-Face's abrasive tunes, Michael decided to hang up his guitar to retire in Florida in the mid 1990's.

Today, frustrated by the vapid music bombarding all aspects of the music scene and the absurd romanticizing of werewolves in shitty books and movies, Michael has decided to hit the road again with Wolf-Face. Michael J. has re-released the original Wolf-Face self-titled cassette on digital technology. This can be obtained online for free or you can grab a free CD at a Wolf-Face show. The Wolf-Face line up now consists of Michael J. and his pack mates Rain-Wolf, The Good Wolf, and Wolf-Fart. They are shredding eardrums again and loving every minute of it!
We Are The Union
We Are The Union
Originally calling the Detroit area home, ska-punk band We Are The Union's vocalist and guitarist Reed Wolcott relocated to LA to warmer climates whilst placing the band on ice for a short hiatus. We are The Union are now back stronger and hitting harder than ever, having recently played at Fest 13, with a brand-new 6-track EP entitled "Keep It Down" to be released once again by Paper + Plastick.

"Keep It Down" marks the beginning of an evolution in We Are The Union's sound and attitude. The band's main goal is to take on the world with fun songs packed with hooks that will stay stuck in our heads for years to come. Combining the catchiness of modern pop-punk with classic punk-ska party vibes, they can hang with just about any crowd and still stand out in the over-saturated rat race.

You'll hear nothing that sounds like expectations from this quartet, just good tunes and good times.