Kill The Snails Tickets
Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO
Slugtopia 3! Snails b2b Kill The Noise with Rusko, Sullivan King, Krimer, Decadon. Playing at Red Rocks Amphitheater on 4th of October 2019.
Following From the original Slugtopia Gig launched right here at Red Rocks Amphitheater in 2017, Snails is back to back with his friend Kill The Noise for another massive bass feast of Kill the Snails in Slugtopia 3!
Canadian artist Snails, takes his own invention Vomitstep, a remix of dubstep, heavy bass, dubstep, some mechanical mistakes and oddities and makes it a new and exciting auditory experience that you cant help but head bang to, then throw in some Hip hop , so get ready to jump around, this is going to be loud and heavy. The very first release on Slugz music was the collaboration with Snails and Kill the Noise; Shake the Ground.
Snails also has a few comic book series, The Shell: Sluggernaut
Kill the Noise launched from Rochester, New York. Covering the entire electro-noise spectrum from house to dubstep, he has collaborated with Jon Gooch, Skrillex and Korn. Kill the Noise Albums are Roots Remixed and Black Magic released in 2012
Rusco, Hails from across the pond in York, England. From a world immersed in the sub-dub genre of dubstep, has albums FabricLive.37(2007), O.M.G(2010), and Songs(2012), Cypress X Rusco(2012), EP 2(2016)
Metal-meets-EDM artist, musician, multi-instrumentalist Sullivan King from Los Angeles, California. Combining electronica, bass, Hard Rock and Power Metal to create a mosh pit medley of rapid dubstep and unrelenting riffs.
Krimer, Also Canadian, is knownfor pushing the dubstep to a whole new location buy combining Electronica, dubstep, Industrial Rock, Hard Rock to create a high energy, deep bass mix of sounds.
Decadon, From Denver Colarado, Bridges the gap between Hard rock, Rock and roll and Electronica dance sounds. A self taught guitarist, pianist, drummer and bassist! Decadon has shared a stage with some of the biggest names in the industry, Diplo, Tiesto, Mashmellow to name a few.
Hailed by Billboard as "a totally outrageous collection of grimy sounds and mosh pit motivation"