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"Possessed with an indie band vibe while operating expertly in the Active Rock world,"  3 Pill Morning has conquered the hard rock scene, sharing the stage with rock heavyweights Shinedown, Hollywood Undead, In This Moment, Theory of a Deadman, Sevendust, and Pop Evil, since their inception in 2004.

Releasing their sophomore album, Never Look Back, July 29th, "it is a blistering, diverse, dynamic, and altogether reinvigorating powerhouse of soaring melodic hard rock from the depths of each band member's soul...[drawing] on the strength and resilience from all of the highs and lows that have come before."

Never Look Back follows 3PM’s well-received debut, Black Tie Love Affair, which earned accolades from major press outlets like Revolver, a spot on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and marked the band’s entry into the Top 100 at Active Rock radio. Black Tie Love Affair truly put 3 PILL MORNING on the musical map, thanks to songs like “Skin,” “I Want that For You” and “Loser.” And maps are something the hard touring band know very well.

Determined to "transform [their live show] into more of an experience...[they] put on a high energy show, similar to the hardcore punk scene and some of the other bands that really get things moving, which has been absent in some of the Active Rock scene." Through 3 Pill Morning’s consistent mile grinding and road warrior focus, the band has built an inspiring fan base with die hard supporters worldwide.






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Opening Act: ThunderBeaver

After several full length releases, an HBO video, and opening for national acts such as Fuel, the members of Hoodless have launched a new creative spin-off called ThunderBeaver.  Former members Kevin Finnen, Brian Lee, and F. Carter Hoodless have taken this new direction with singer Danny Gomez (Gothic Slam, Ghetto) by bringing fervent and gritty guitar driven hard rock held together by strong, unvarnished vocalizations.  Along with some heavy funk thrown in, they are sure not to disappoint those who like Rage Against the Machine, Foo Fighters,  or Deftones.