Nashville Alt-Rockers THE NEARLY DEADS To Open For HALESTORM At Cannery Ballroom on March 28th

Band To Launch 10-State U.S. Tour; March 8-28. Includes Headlining Slot at LIAN Riot Music Series In Milwaukee On March 8th. To Promote The SURVIVAL Tour, the Group Will "Takeover" the Substream Magazine Instagram Account on March 4, 2014.
The Nearly Deads (photo by Parker Young)
The Nearly Deads (photo by Parker Young)
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - March 3, 2014 - PRLog -- Alternative rock outfit The Nearly Deads have announced dates for 'The Survival Tour," running March 8 - 21.

Kicking off in Milwaukee, with a co-headlining slot at the inaugural LIAN Riot Music Series, the band then synchs up with Providence, RI rockers It Lives, It Breathes, from March 9 - 21, as they storm Chicago, Allentown, Baltimore, Springfield, Harrisonburg and other cities along the East coast. The band then returns home to Nashville to open for Halestorm at Cannery Ballroom on March 28.

Before hitting the road, the band will "Takeover" the Substream Magazine Instagram account on Tuesday March 4 to reveal some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and pictures as they prepare for Survival.

Originally formed in Tampa, Florida, before relocating to the music mecca of Nashville three years ago, The Nearly Deads emit polished grit. Led by the gripping vocal embrace of Ms Theresa Jeane, her classical training is evident in the power and range of her voice, while her pop and punk influences shine through in her lyrics and captivating melodies. Matching her emotional countenance with a potent combination of agility and sensibility, guitarists Steven Tobi and Javier Garza Jr, along with bassist Kevin Koelsch, layer her fertility with a sturdy cloak of conductivity.

Imagine Kelly Clarkson flicking the wick of My Chemical Romance. Imagine Shirley Manson holding Foo Fighters ransom. Imagine dragons, smashing pumpkins.

Let your imagination soak in the burgeoning realization of new found glory.

On Survival Guide, the band's most-recent six-song Ep, producer Jon King (Augustana, 3 Pill Morning, Darling Parade) helped guide the band to fully unleash their immersive cohesion. Ingesting the elegant dynamics of “Fact and Friction, ” the fragile invincibility of "Changeover," the raw rancor of "Reasons," and the intoxicating empowerment of "Brave," one quickly realizes that The Nearly Deads are modern masters of the ascension of tension, coloring their palette with elastic splashes. With a deft adeptness of effervescence, their songs elicit bristle with an infectious sizzle.

Evidence of this lightning-in-a-bottle phenomena coalesce in the band's watershed anthem, "Never Look Back". Armed with a Zombie-infused music video, that skyrocketed past 6 million views, NLB finds TND scratching the surface of a sound, and a movement, that is dotting the eyes on the horizon.

It's this majesty of chemistry that fuels their consummate combustion of exposition. Touring the U.S. extensively for years, the band has shared bills with the likes of Halestorm, All-American Rejects, Tonight Alive, Warner Drive, Man Overboard, Sick of Sarah, Cherri Bomb, Captain Capa and Darling Parade and have cratered stages at Summerfest, Vans Warped Tour and Journey's Backyard BBQ.

From record to stage to the written page, The Nearly Deads continue to amass wide-spread critical acclaim throughout the industry. Crowned victors in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and a Converse Battle of the Bands competition, the band has received significant airplay on MTVu, FUSE, BlankTV, Vevo and YouTube, achieved glowing features in Alt Press, ARTISTdirect, Outburn and Substream Magazine and rose to #14 on the Billboard Next Big Sound Chart.

It all foretells an apocalypse of pomp and circumstance.

History beware, a zombie nation is erecting the foundation of elucidation to composite global manifestation.

The Nearly Deads are hitting their stride.

Get ready for the thrill ride of your life.


"Kelly Clarkson meets the grunge genre" Stitched Sound

"So much better than their contemporaries" euzox Hardrock Haven

"Destined to ascend to Paramore’s vacated scene throne" Examiner

"Theresa Jeane asserts herself as a younger, grittier Pat Benatar. Certainly a buzz band" Outburn

"There is something special about the voice of TJ that is absolutely mesmerizing to listen to" Pure Grain Audio

Mar 07 - Chicago, IL @ Fearless Radio (Live Acoustic, 4pm CST)
Mar 08 - Milwaukee, WI @ Cream City Skatepark**
Mar 09 - Steger, IL @ Another Hole In The Wall*
Mar 11 - Muskegon, MI @  Port City Tavern*
Mar 13 - Dillsburg, PA @ The KRUX*
Mar 14 - Allentown, PA @ Planet Trog*
Mar 15 - Sicklerville, NJ @ JumpZone*
Mar 16 - Baltimore, MD @ House of Rock*
Mar 17 - Springfield, VA @ Empire*
Mar 18 - Newark, DE @ Mojo Main*
Mar 19 - Harrisonburg, VA @ The Blue Nile*
Mar 20 - Elizabethton, TN @ Bonnie Kate Theatre*
Mar 21 - Aiken, SC @ HIC Skatepark & Warehouse*
Mar 28 - Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom***

*w/ It Lives, It Breathes
**w/ Lost In A Name
***w/ Halestorm

Theresa Jeane - Vocals/Keys
Steven Tobi - Guitar
Javier Garza Jr - Guitar
Kevin Koelsch - Bass


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