February 14, 2019, 4:00 pm at Center Stage, 1374 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA
* All Ages Welcome* General Admission (first come, first served)* Tickets available online via Ticketmaster.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 5pm on day of showUltimate Jesterhead Meet & Greet Experience*on sale Tuesday, December 18*- One (1) general admission ticket with Early Entry to see In Flames live- Meet & greet / photo opportunity with In Flames- Q&A session with members of In Flames- One (1) limited edition poster autographed by all members of In Flames- One (1) commemorative laminate- Merchandise shopping before doors open to the general publicIN FLAMES:Sweden's leading metal band has never stopped moving forward during the more than 20 years they've been performing. The melodic death metal of the band's early days has since evolved into a unique expression, manifested in 12 albums like A Sense of Purpose, Sounds of a Playground Fading, Siren Charms and their latest release, Battles, recorded in Los Angeles with multi Grammy nominated producer, Howard Benson. 2016's BATTLES spun off the band's first Top 15 track at Active Rock radio and charted Top 10 in multiple countries internationally. The globally demanded act have toured worldwide with acts such as Metallica, Judas Priest and Avenged Sevenfold while inspiring many of our favorite rock and metal artists today. In Flames is a band that fans around the world can rely on, inspiring their fans, the Jesterheads, to live by the phrase, "In Flames We Trust".ALL THAT REMAINS:For 15 years, Massachusetts-based quintet All That Remains have written and released... whatever the hell they felt like with total disregard for what was considered trendy. Fronted by self-confessed contrarian Phil Labonte, the band has experimented with a range of styles including pop, rock and caustic metalcore with just one objective - to create great songs that come straight from the heart."Our goal has always been to write songs that we like," Labonte says. "All That Remains has seen a lot of criticism about the songs that we've written and what people think we're supposed to do. We started as a very underground death metal kind of band, we've since moved away from that and have never apologized for it. The music we've written has been reflective of that and I think the lyrics, the ideas, have always been reflective of that as well."ALL HAIL THE YETI:As the moniker cryptically suggests, the music of ALL HAIL THE YETI evokes a hair-raising mixture of superstitious ritual and trippy backwoods folklore. It's all drenched in the countercultural, mind-smashing, gut-punching bile of likeminded spiritual shamans like Acid Bath and Eyehategod, with the down-tuned sludge of stoner rock, and an electric injection from four-on-the-floor classic rock pioneers.It's a style of music and approach to songwriting and performance that has made ALL HAIL THE YETI equally at home in front of diverse crowds, sharing touring bills in the United States and Europe with bands like In This Moment, Motionless In White, Max & Iggor Cavalera, Hollywood Undead, 36 Crazy Fists, and Life Of Agony.Heavy music adherents weaned on anything from Metallica and Pantera to metalcore, Southern groove, black metal, or stoner grind will find a home among the All Hail The Yeti faithful, as evidenced by stellar slabs Highway Crosses (2018), Screams from a Black Wilderness (2016), and their self-titled debut. Whether kicking back at the Bucket of Blood Saloon in Nevada or reading true crime books in Deadwood, ALL HAIL THE YETI is the perfect soundtrack for the outsider. If rock is a big beach bonfire, ALL HAIL THE YETI are the creeps huddled in the backwoods.