A Silent Truth CD Release Show with Orion Nine & Special Guests

B*House Live Presents:

A Silent Truth CD Release Show with Orion Nine & Special Guests

Face the Fire, On My Six, Atlanta Is Burning, Genotype, Eva Under Fire, Consume The Divide

Saturday 3.17.18

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

Orion Nine
Orion Nine
Just 5 guys from the burbs. Multiple felons, perhaps...but good people.

The difference between us old farts and those younger bands is they're into jerking off and we're into fucking

Harpooning, constructing credible alibis, Clubbing...cute cuddly baby harp seals, eating Girl Scout thin mint cookies, The All American Christian Youth Jamboree, soccer moms, that chick cop from SVU, and Kentucky Red Stag and Geritol bombs
On My Six
On My Six
We now stand on a solid ground, proud of where we have come and determined to keep pushing. From sharing the stage with nationals, to supporting our scene, to staying dedicated to our craft, we are here to stay. With a fresh breath of original music and hyper energy on every stage, we are here to make a name for ourselves and you will remember it. Hop on in and enjoy this ride with us!
Atlanta Is Burning
Atlanta Is Burning
Atlanta is Burning is a Metalcore band from Lombard, Illinois. The band was formed in 2010 with drummer Keith Humphrey, bassist Carlene Bruno, and lead guitarist Al Kruse. In 2011 the band added vocalist James Costa and rhythm guitarist Andy Kent.
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The band took its name from the scene in ‘Gone with the Wind’ in which the lead character Scarlett O’Hara, played by Vivien Leigh, rushes to escape the flames that engulf Atlanta, Georgia during the American Civil War. This escape scene stands out as one of the most famous parts in the film, which helped to ignite Vivien Leigh’s acting career. The film also made Vivien an American icon, but it allowed for her to become type casted with an image she would grow to despise.

Vivien's life is the subject in many of Atlanta is Burning's songs. The band’s first released song, ‘A wicked Thing to Say’ was written about Vivien’s ensuing hatred for Hollywood. Through heavy guitars, hard hitting drums, and growling vocals, the band revives Vivien’s frustration with the film, the fame, and the critics of her time.
Venue Information:
B House Live
1000 N Rohlwing Road #13
Lombard, IL, 60148