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Crown The Empire

Spacey swells of reverberating guitars match vocal pop melodies as heavy drums hits break up the movement into shimmery chunks of rock ‘n’ roll. Crown The Empire do post-hardcore as good as their predecessors like Underoath and more recently We Came as Romans. And while these dudes aren’t exactly doing anything new with the genre, they are doing a damn good job within it. Hailing from Dallas, Crown The Empire are that poppy rock 'n' roll fix you love to hate to secretly love and you’ll most likely be at the show. Also on the bill are San Antonio’s Like Ghosts, who, since last year, have continued to build a following within the scene.

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  • Paper Tiger

    2410 N. St. Mary's St., San Antonio St. Mary's strip

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