When: January 19, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Where: Ziing's Bistro & Bar, 209 N Harbor Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92832, USA

Music fans are searching for the next generation of rock bands that inspire excitement and raw passion. You’re welcome world! Slaves to Humanity is the answer to all your guitar based rock music needs. This[…]

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Slaves to Humanity

When:
January 19, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2019-01-19T19:30:00-08:00
2019-01-19T22:00:00-08:00
Where:
Ziing's Bistro & Bar
209 N Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92832
USA

Music fans are searching for the next generation of rock bands that inspire excitement and raw passion. You’re welcome world! Slaves to Humanity is the answer to all your guitar based rock music needs. This band of four teenage rockers serve up a musical experience that appeals to all ages. This is not your average teen garage band; these guys create music that keeps up with the most seasoned rockers of decades past. The music is driven by memorable and melodic vocals like Alter Bridge and Guns n Roses.  The energetic and catchy guitar riffs conger up elements of the Foo Fighters and Alice and Chains. Drums and rhythms bleed with high energy driving beats like Blink 182 and Queens of the Stone Age.

Slaves to Humanity fans love the original music and all of the perfectly performed covers from the start of every show. Fans go even crazier for the band once they see the guys in action. Front man, Aidan Amini brings style and charm along with his amazing vocals and shedding guitar. Travis Warren cuts through with scorching guitar parts and vocal harmonies. He may be known as the quiet guy but all his amps go to eleven. Nathaniel Pitt takes the bass to another level with foundation and flare. Not to mention his ever-changing hair. Conner Eddy comes in with action packed drum beats and is a show unto himself. If you are a drum set in the area, consider yourself warned.

This Southern California based band formed in 2018. In their short time, Slaves to Humanity has played on the Sunset Strip at the Whisky A Go Go, the House of Blues Anaheim where they headlined a sold out show, and in outdoor public venues like the Irvine Spectrum and OC Fair where they drew passing by spectators and making crowds of hundreds. Slaves to Humanity is currently writing and recording their original music. The band plans to release their recordings in the coming months. Fans have been constantly asking for the music to get released and it will be well worth the wait. On social media, the fan base has tripled over the passed two months and continues to grow with every show and every post. They don’t even need their moms to buy them “fans” like someone the band used to know. Real fans can’t get enough of Slaves to Humanity.

For booking information, media relations, or if you simply must get signed Slaves to Humanity memorabilia, please contact: rock@slavestohumanity.com for info and bookus@slavestohumanity.com to book.