Monday, July 8, 2013


Mixing melody with molten riffs, Eve to Adam have it all covered, as evidenced
by their full-length album, 'Locked & Loaded' (release date - Tuesday, September
17th), and the steamy/sultry video for the standout single, "Straightjacket
Supermodel." And this summer, Eve to Adam will be hitting the road for a month
straight with the Texas Hippie Coalition, kicking things off on July 13th in
Birmingham, AL, and concluding on August 16th in Abilene, TX.

The New York City-based band is comprised of members Taki Sassaris - Lead
Vocals, Alex Sassaris - Drums, Gaurav Bali - Lead Guitar, Luis Espaillat -
Bass/Backing Vocals, and Adam Latiff - Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals. And on the
aforementioned 'Locked & Loaded,' the band collaborated with top-notch
producers, including Eric Bass (Shinedown), who along with producer Elvis
Baskette (Incubus, Falling In Reverse, Alter Bridge) cut the lead single,
“Straitjacket Supermodel.” Writer/producer Dave Bassett (Shinedown, Halestorm)
also offers several collaborations including “Immortal,” “Shut Out The World,”
and “Let’s Burn.”

The numbers speak for themselves - "Straitjacket Supermodel" has received over
2,500 spins and counting (reaching a total audience of over 2.25 million and
charted at Active Rock), received over 116,000 "likes" on Facebook and over
520,000 total views on YouTube, and has received airplay on Sirius Satellite
Radio, Music Choice Rock, and Harddrive syndicated radio. The group is a
Billboard "Next Big Sound" artist chart at #1; NBS is a weekly chart that tracks
the 25 fastest growing artists online, and has toured extensively, hitting the
major festivals including Rocklahoma, JJO Band Camp, and Rock On The Range, and
has shared the stage with the likes of Halestorm, Chevelle, and In This Moment.

The early reviews of 'Locked & Loaded' have been most impressive, as evidenced
by this write-up in Screamer Magazine - “Everyone has had the experience of
listening to an album where you hear a couple of great songs, and then you skip
one. A few more killer tunes, and skip another one. Right? Well, Locked and
Loaded ain’t one of those kinds of albums. If you are a fan of melodic,
indie-style hard rock (sorry, no growler vocals or slick, corporate rock here)
you need to get this album. As in, right now."

Gaurav is especially excited for fans to hear the album. "Although we're proud
of everything we've done in the past, from the very start of the writing process
we knew this record had the potential to surpass anything we've done before in
terms of songwriting, energy and's EVE TO ADAM 2.0 and we're
chomping at the bit for everyone to finally hear it!"

Soon, rock fans coast to coast will get an opportunity to catch the fast-rising
Eve to Adam on a nearby concert stage.


Sat/Jul-13         Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco

Sun/Jul-14        Nashville, TN @ Exit / In

Tue/Jul-16        Orlando, FL @ The Social

Wed/Jul-17       Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall

Thu/Jul-18        Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits

Fri/Jul-19          Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade

Sat/Jul-20         Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero

Sun/Jul-21        Wilmington, NC @ The Soapbox

Mon/Jul-22       Richmond, VA @ Kingdom

Wed/Jul-24       Pottsville, PA @ Goodfellas

Thu/Jul-25        Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground

Fri/Jul-26          West Chester, PA @ The Note

Sat/Jul-27         New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre

Sun/Jul-28        Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar

Tue/Jul-30        Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's Downunder

Wed/Jul-31       Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop

Thu/Aug-01      Joliet, IL @ Mojoes

Fri/Aug-02        Spring Lake Park, MN @ POV's

Sat/Aug-03       St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird

Sun/Aug-04      Lawrence, KS @ Granada

Tue/Aug-06      Salt Lake City, UT @ Bar Deluxe

Thu/Aug-08      Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven

Fri/Aug-09        Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater

Sat/Aug-10       Modesto, CA @ Fat Cat Music House

Sun/Aug-11      Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

Mon/Aug-12     Tempe, AZ @ Club Red

Wed/Aug-14     Grand Junction, CO @ Club Red






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