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Tuesday Nov 28

From Ashes To New: Blackout Tour Pt. 1

$26.50 - $30
The Vogue
Indianapolis, IN
Nov 28
Tuesday
6:00 PM
Doors Open

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Add to Calendar 11/28/2023 07:00 PM11/28/2023 11:30 PMFrom Ashes To New: Blackout Tour Pt. 1More Information: https://mokbpresents.com/event/from-ashes-to-new-blackout-tour-pt-1/The Vogue
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ARTIST PROFILE | From Ashes To New

Metal/Hardcore

The future is something that all of us must deal with yet it’s often uncertain and that was the case when it came to the making of From Ashes To New’s sophomore full-length The Future.

When the band’s vocalist/keyboardist/programmer Matt Brandyberry rhymes on the title track “The Future”, “Day One is over, The Future’s approaching, the embers are glowing, we’re spreading the ash,” it’s not only verbal wordplay about moving forward from their most recent album Day One, it also serves as a declaration of From Ashes To New’s mission statement for this album: The Future Is Hear.

The follow-up to the 2016 debut album Day One, which saw the band break into the Top 10 Active Rock Chart with the track “Through It All” and featured streaming hits “Breaking Now” and “Lost and Alone”, The Future sees the Lancaster PA-based group embracing a new path, revealing a new lineup, and marking a massive step forward. “We went through an extreme level of adversity while creating this album, explains Brandyberry. “Pretty much anything that could go wrong to slow down the process and throw you a curveball happened, but we came out on the other side.”

Following the success of Day One and extensive touring, the group’s drummer and co-vocalist decided to step away. Instead of focusing on setbacks, Brandyberry focused on a path forward for From Ashes To New. In March 2017, he began working on the new album with drummer Mat Madiro (Trivium) and guitarist Lance Dowdle—but finding a vocalist who could complement Brandyberry’s rapping was a complex process – it had to be the right fit! - so the group decided to begin writing The Future as a trio. “I was in a bad mind frame because of what was happening with the other members leaving and the anxiety made it difficult to write at times but ultimately we came together and decided we were going to write the best music we possibly could and see where that took us,” Brandyberry recounts.

Once this collection of songs started coming together the group starting auditioning vocalists and Brandyberry kept coming back to Danny Case even though the singer didn’t necessarily have the same amount of experience as some of the seasoned pros who wanted the gig. “We asked our fans to help us find a great vocalist, and we kept coming back to Danny because he has such a dynamic range. Being able to go across that spectrum with his voice was a huge selling feature—and not only that but the dude is driven,” Brandyberry explains. “We were looking for someone who wants it, he’s hungry for it and he wants to work hard and earn their success… and Danny is that guy.”

From Ashes To New’s chemistry lies at the core of The Future, an album that sees the band expanding their music palette and taking their blend of rock, hip/hop, pop and metal to new heights. From the relentless, syncopated groove of the opener “Wake Up” to the arena-ready anthems like “Gone Forever” and Current Single “Crazy”, to the hip-hop/electronica-influenced hybrids like “My Name,” The Future is a unique album that fans will undoubtedly relate to with regardless of what type of musical scene they usually embrace.

The album was written at Brandyberry’s home studio and then recorded at Atrium Audio with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland (August Burns Red) eventually mixed by Josh Wilbur (Korn, Lamb Of God). A last-minute experiment brought about “Nowhere to Run” recorded with Nick “Raz” Furlong and Colin Brittain (Papa Roach, Blink-182). With all this, The Future became a collaborative album in the truest sense of the phrase.

“This is the first record that other members really got a chance to put their stamp on and I think you can hear that influence on every song,” Brandyberry explains, adding that he and Lance, an accomplished programmer, were able explore new sonic textures by combining the organic and electronic aspects of From Ashes To New in a way they’ve never fully realized in the past.

Speaking of which, The Future also sees Brandyberry taking everything to an entirely new level in a way that perfectly complements the bands roots and the impassioned singing of Case. “Songs like (the album’s stellar title track)‘The Future’ is the best rap I feel I’ve ever written and features a children’s choir “I think that song in particular has a perfect blend of everything that we do. I really love the raps on that track because I feel like it really challenged me and hopefully shows how I’ve been able to grow and find new ways of executing ideas as an artist and a writer with this record.”

“The concept is obviously about the future of the band but it’s also the future of our world,” Brandyberry continues. “We’re actually happier now with what we are putting out than we’ve ever been, so we look at everything went through as a blessing in disguise.” Whether you’re a longtime supporter of the band or a recent convert to their innovative sound there’s no question that The Future established them as one of the leaders of their genre. Now it’s time to make that future a reality.

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About The Vogue | Indianapolis, IN

The Vogue, located in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis, is one of the most popular and storied (21+ only) music venues in the Midwest. The Vogue originally opened as a movie theater on June 18, 1938, and today is considered the top destination for live music in Indianapolis, winning countless awards and earning the accolades of local musicians, industry leading DJ’s, and nationally touring artists.

Box Office: 317-259-7029
Main: 317-259-7029

Getting Around the Venue

6259 N. College Ave,
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Hours: Tue. thru Fri. 12pm to 5pm
Doors: 1 hour prior to published door time

Frequently Asked Questions About The Vogue | Indianapolis, IN

What are the age restrictions at this venue?

The Vogue is strictly a 21+ only venue. No exceptions.

Can I upgrade my to VIP seating?

Yes. For premium upgrades and seating, visit this page. Purchase tickets for your show and watch for your premium invitation.

What items are permitted or prohibited at this venue?

Visit the venue’s FAQ page for more information on permitted items for shows at The Vogue

Can I bring a bag into the show?

The Vogue allows small bags/purses only. No backpacks or larger bags are permitted unless they are required for medical purposes.

What’s the parking situation like?

Paid parking is available in the parking lot behind The Vogue off Carrollton Ave, adjacent to The Vogue on Broad Ripple Ave, or across the street from The Vogue on College Ave.

What is the camera/photo policy for this venue?

No professional cameras. Contact The Vogue if you are interested in securing media credentials for the show.

Is there food and drink at this venue?

There are chips available for purchase but do not sell any other type of food at the venue. There are several great local restaurants within walking distance of The Vogue in the Broad Ripple neighborhood.

View seating maps for this venue

Yes! VIP seating is offered as an upgrade to your GA Ticket through the premium ugrades program. After you purchase a ticket you will receive an email inviting you to upgrade to premium seating. You can also reach out to info@thevogue.com or call 317-259-7029 to receive assistance with upgrading your ticket.

Can I leave and re-enter the venue?

No. Re-entry is not permitted at this venue with the exception of the external smoking area.

Do you offer ADA, handicap or special needs options?

Yes, there is limited ADA seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. To guarantee ADA seating, call 317-259-7029, or email info@thevogue.com.

Where is the box office located?

Tickets can be purchased to any shows at The Vogue via the venue’s website. You can also avoid the fees and purchase tickets in person at the box office which is located at the front entrance of the venue on College Ave. The box office is open Tuesday – Friday from 12pm – 5pm and during all events.

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The Vogue uses OpenDate as its exclusive ticketing provider. All valid tickets will be issued through OpenDate. Customers are discouraged against purchasing tickets from the secondary ticket market and should do so at your own risk. If you would like to check the validity of a ticket please contact info@thevogue.com

Can I purchase tickets in person without fees?

Yes, you can avoid service fees and purchase tickets in person at the box office which is located at the front entrance of the venue on College Ave. The box office is open Tuesday – Friday from 12pm – 5pm and during all events.

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Nov 28

From Ashes To New: Blackout Tour Pt. 1

The Vogue
$26.50 - $30
Presented By: MOKB Presents
Doors: 6:00 PM
Start Time: 7:00 pm

Learn More About This Show
Add to Calendar 11/28/2023 07:00 PM11/28/2023 11:30 PMFrom Ashes To New: Blackout Tour Pt. 1More Information: https://mokbpresents.com/event/from-ashes-to-new-blackout-tour-pt-1/The Vogue

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ARTIST PROFILE | From Ashes To New

Metal/Hardcore

The future is something that all of us must deal with yet it’s often uncertain and that was the case when it came to the making of From Ashes To New’s sophomore full-length The Future.

When the band’s vocalist/keyboardist/programmer Matt Brandyberry rhymes on the title track “The Future”, “Day One is over, The Future’s approaching, the embers are glowing, we’re spreading the ash,” it’s not only verbal wordplay about moving forward from their most recent album Day One, it also serves as a declaration of From Ashes To New’s mission statement for this album: The Future Is Hear.

The follow-up to the 2016 debut album Day One, which saw the band break into the Top 10 Active Rock Chart with the track “Through It All” and featured streaming hits “Breaking Now” and “Lost and Alone”, The Future sees the Lancaster PA-based group embracing a new path, revealing a new lineup, and marking a massive step forward. “We went through an extreme level of adversity while creating this album, explains Brandyberry. “Pretty much anything that could go wrong to slow down the process and throw you a curveball happened, but we came out on the other side.”

Following the success of Day One and extensive touring, the group’s drummer and co-vocalist decided to step away. Instead of focusing on setbacks, Brandyberry focused on a path forward for From Ashes To New. In March 2017, he began working on the new album with drummer Mat Madiro (Trivium) and guitarist Lance Dowdle—but finding a vocalist who could complement Brandyberry’s rapping was a complex process – it had to be the right fit! - so the group decided to begin writing The Future as a trio. “I was in a bad mind frame because of what was happening with the other members leaving and the anxiety made it difficult to write at times but ultimately we came together and decided we were going to write the best music we possibly could and see where that took us,” Brandyberry recounts.

Once this collection of songs started coming together the group starting auditioning vocalists and Brandyberry kept coming back to Danny Case even though the singer didn’t necessarily have the same amount of experience as some of the seasoned pros who wanted the gig. “We asked our fans to help us find a great vocalist, and we kept coming back to Danny because he has such a dynamic range. Being able to go across that spectrum with his voice was a huge selling feature—and not only that but the dude is driven,” Brandyberry explains. “We were looking for someone who wants it, he’s hungry for it and he wants to work hard and earn their success… and Danny is that guy.”

From Ashes To New’s chemistry lies at the core of The Future, an album that sees the band expanding their music palette and taking their blend of rock, hip/hop, pop and metal to new heights. From the relentless, syncopated groove of the opener “Wake Up” to the arena-ready anthems like “Gone Forever” and Current Single “Crazy”, to the hip-hop/electronica-influenced hybrids like “My Name,” The Future is a unique album that fans will undoubtedly relate to with regardless of what type of musical scene they usually embrace.

The album was written at Brandyberry’s home studio and then recorded at Atrium Audio with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland (August Burns Red) eventually mixed by Josh Wilbur (Korn, Lamb Of God). A last-minute experiment brought about “Nowhere to Run” recorded with Nick “Raz” Furlong and Colin Brittain (Papa Roach, Blink-182). With all this, The Future became a collaborative album in the truest sense of the phrase.

“This is the first record that other members really got a chance to put their stamp on and I think you can hear that influence on every song,” Brandyberry explains, adding that he and Lance, an accomplished programmer, were able explore new sonic textures by combining the organic and electronic aspects of From Ashes To New in a way they’ve never fully realized in the past.

Speaking of which, The Future also sees Brandyberry taking everything to an entirely new level in a way that perfectly complements the bands roots and the impassioned singing of Case. “Songs like (the album’s stellar title track)‘The Future’ is the best rap I feel I’ve ever written and features a children’s choir “I think that song in particular has a perfect blend of everything that we do. I really love the raps on that track because I feel like it really challenged me and hopefully shows how I’ve been able to grow and find new ways of executing ideas as an artist and a writer with this record.”

“The concept is obviously about the future of the band but it’s also the future of our world,” Brandyberry continues. “We’re actually happier now with what we are putting out than we’ve ever been, so we look at everything went through as a blessing in disguise.” Whether you’re a longtime supporter of the band or a recent convert to their innovative sound there’s no question that The Future established them as one of the leaders of their genre. Now it’s time to make that future a reality.

READ MORE >>READ LESS >>
CONNECT:

Supporting Acts

About the Venue

The Vogue, located in the Broad Ripple neighborhood of Indianapolis, is one of the most popular and storied (21+ only) music venues in the Midwest. The Vogue originally opened as a movie theater on June 18, 1938, and today is considered the top destination for live music in Indianapolis, winning countless awards and earning the accolades of local musicians, industry leading DJ’s, and nationally touring artists.
Amenities: 21+ Bar, Premium dedicated seating, Dedicated server, express entry.

Upgrades: To upgrade your experience please visit this link.


Parking: Street Parking, Garage Parking
6259 N. College Ave Indianapolis, IN 46220

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