Dubbed “clearly hard rock prodigies” by Revolver, More to Monroe dole out “frenetically paced, punishingly heavy math rock” on their debut EP.
They make smartly frantic and discordant post-hardcore noise… the kind that heavy music fans love. More to Monroe’s music is what you’d get if you fused Glassjaw’s emotional nerve center and moshy, white-knuckle intensity with the fierceness of Thursday, Fugazi, Thrice, or Quicksand… but for the iPhone generation.
More to Monroe are hitting the road and making fans the old-fashioned way: one grassroots tour at a time!
Their tourmates in Come and Rest are a four-piece metalcore/post-hardcore band hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, forming in 2011. Their name comes from a bible verse, but was quickly morphed into a statement known as a safe haven for their fans to express themselves. The band aims to be the voice of their listeners and to encourage one another to follow the voice inside their heads.
With Come and Rest
11/6 | Nashville, Tenn. — Rocketown
11/8 | Houston, Texas — Walter’s
11/10 | Dallas, Texas —Tomcat’s West
11/12 | Tallahassee, Fla. — Pug’s
11/13 | Atlanta, Ga. — Masquerade (W/ The Ghost Inside and Texas In July)
11/14 | Fayetteville, N.C. —Drunk Horse Pub
11/15 | Boonton, N.J. — Boontunes
11/16 | Watertown, N.Y. — Flashback Lounge
11/18 | Westland, Mich. — Token Lounge
11/19 | Steger, Ill. — Reilly’s Roadhouse
11/22 | Clifton Park, N.Y. — Upstate Concert Hall (w/ Ice Nine Kills, Wage War My Enemies & I The White Noise)
11/25 | Greensboro, N.C. — Greene Street