march, 2017

22mar7:15 pmSenses Fail | Electric Factory7:15 pm EST Electric Factory, 421 N 7th St

Time

(Wednesday) 7:15 pm EST

Location

Electric Factory

421 N 7th St

Event Details

Get your tickets now for Senses Fail at the Electric Factory on Wednesday, March 22nd. Doors open at 6:15 PM, show starts at 7:15 PM.

About Senses Fail
Senses Fail are a post-hardcore/alternative rock band formed in New Jersey in 2002. The band’s original lineup consisted of James “Buddy” Nielsen, Dan Trapp, Dave Miller, Garrett Zablocki, and Mike Glita. The band released their debut EP From the Depths of Dreams with a limited 300 copy run on August 13, 2002, through ECA Records. It was then reissued through their new label Drive-Thru Records on April 29, 2003 with two bonus tracks, “Handguns and Second Chances” and “The Ground Folds (acoustic).” Two years later their debut album Let It Enfold You was released, on September 7, 2004, through Vagrant. This album had two popular singles, Buried a Lie and Rum Is for Drinking, Not for Burning – music videos were recorded for both songs.

In 2005 guitarist Dave Miller left the band and was replaced by Heath Saraceno, formerly of Midtown. The band’s second full-length album, Still Searching, was released in 2006. They joined Warped Tour and Taste of Chaos in support of the album. Mike Glita then left the band the following year and Jason Black, also a member of Hot Water Music, joined initially as a temporary replacement but ended up remaining in the band. Their third album, Life Is Not a Waiting Room, was released in 2008. Heath Saraceno then left the band after their appearance at the 2009 Warped Tour and was replaced by Zack Roach, also guitarist of post-rock band Spirit of the Stairs.

Senses Fail’s fourth album The Fire was released October 25, 2010 through UK label Hassle Records and elsewhere through Vagrant the following day. In February 2011, Garrett Zablocki left the band to attend college and was replaced by Matt Smith, also guitarist for Strike Anywhere. (http://electricfactory.info/Event/3/22/2017/senses-fail)

About the Electric Factory
Electric Factory, one of the nation’s leading indoor music venues, tops the charts in Philadelphia as the city’s most celebrated location for live music. For over 40 years Electric Factory has been a fan favorite for an array of musical tastes as it hosts the top names in entertainment from all musical genres.