LEDFOOT MESSIAH with special guests THE HALLS OF JUPITER + THE VOLTAGE CULT.
Doors @ 9 PM ★ $8 DOOR
Ledfoot Messiah Is the culmination of a collective 100+ years experience creating rock music. Its about Les Pauls and Marshalls. LFM is about getting back to no frills Rock without the effects. It's not about cool haircuts, shiny shirts, or white belts. It's fist pumping, foot stomping riff-rock at its finest. The members of LFM have independently shared stages with artists such as White Zombie, Ace Frehley, Anthrax, Saliva, Train, American Hifi, Butch Walker and Our Lady Peace...just to name a few.
Since their inception in September 2007 LFM has directly supported Vince Neil of Motley Crue, Skid Row, Daryl “DMC” McDaniel, Blackberry Smoke, Drivin and Cryin, Ritchie Kotzen, Speed X and has had the privilege of Playing on Sixthman's Rombello boat with Michael Franti, Citezen Cope and G Love and Special Sauce as well as 2012's KISS Kruise II. 2012 also brought the Release of Their First Studio album Finding What Hurts with Georgia Music Awards Producer of the Year Mike Froedge at Open Sky Studio in Atlanta Ga.
“We’re NOT reaching for the brass ring. LFM is about making music that fans of rock want to hear because at this point in our lives we have to play or someone's gonna get hurt.”
Its not for people who like paper it’s not for people who like scissors it’s for people who like ROCK!
The Halls of Jupiter is the brainchild of Atlanta local singer / songwriter and former U.S. Army Sergeant Sean Thomason. THOJ mixes Thomason’s unique take on melodic guitar heavy rock and blends it with profound lyrics that are crooned with beautiful conviction. Together with producer / engineer / performer Bruce Butkovich (James Hall / Futura Bold) and drummer Rob Hammersmith (Skid Row) this trio brings back the unapologetic volume and hooks to the genre of Alternative / Indie Rock.
The Voltage Cult formed in late 2007 (as a joke name called Jr. Ace) with that instant perfect connection. We started writing immediately. 4 years back and forth from band to band and tying up loose ends in the Atlanta area we have decided it's time to present this to family, friends and fans from previous efforts. We draw from our roots. We take pride in the product that we have presented and it's only going to get louder, meaner, and heavier! 2012 was a good year for The Voltage Cult. Lots of shows, recording, and now we are garnering a true fanbase, not just based off of "friends", but people who truly appreciate good, hard driving, fist pounding, foot stomping southern groove stoner doom sludge metal (whatever you call it)! They ain’t fancy but they’re loud and in your face. They are a band that will kick your mother’s ass and say “Thank you ma’am” after they do it!