A Gathering of None has an upcoming show set for July 13 at Clifton’s Dingbatz. They occupy a strong lineup that includes, among others, Argyle Gooslby & The Roving Midnight. The Massachusetts-based rock group is touring in support of their new album, One Last Grasp At Hope, which was released this past April. With clear musical influences ranging from melodic punk to progressive metal, it’s easy to be thrown off by their heavy sound. However, at its core this album is about an unwavering optimism for the future, even in the darkest of times. For more information on the show, check out dingbatznj.com.
Two Nights of Greyhaven
Progressive metal band Greyhaven will be performing at Saint Vitus on July 13 and 14 in support of Hopesfall. They recently embarked on a national tour with Norma Jean prior to the release of their most recent album on Graphic Nature/Equal Vision Records. Highlighted by powerful vocals and lyrics that tackle universal struggles, Greyhaven is successful in pushing the limits of heavy rock with Empty Black. For more information on the band and their summer tour dates, visit equalvision.com/artists/greyhaven.
Tony Lewis Takes Bergen PAC
Tony Lewis, former lead vocalist of ‘80s English rock band The Outfield, just recently released his debut solo album, Out of the Darkness, via Madison Records. Out of the Darkness will surely please fans of The Outfield, while further showcasing Lewis’ prowess as a singer-songwriter and musician. He’ll be playing at the Bergen Performing Arts Center on July 14 in support of his newest venture. You won’t want to miss this performance, as Lewis joins Belinda Carlisle, ABC, Modern English and Kajagoogoo’s Limahl for an unforgettable ‘80s rock celebration. For ticket information, go to bergenpac.org/events.