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Redditch band State of Ember to play their biggest gig to date

Ross Crawford 29th Aug, 2018

REDDITCH band State of Ember are to play their biggest gig to date this Saturday, September 1, when they support American rockers Saving Abel.

The gig, at The Asylum in Birmingham, is the next big step for the band after their song made it onto video game ‘Wreckfest’ in December 2017.

Redditch band State of Ember’s biggest gig to date is this Saturday (1st September) at The Asylum Venue in Birmingham.

Saving Abel have played with the likes of Nickelback, Papa Roach and Avenged Sevenfold on their full US tours.

Also on the bill for Saturday are Austrian band Psycho Village and American Acoustic rock artist My Silent Bravery.

Tickets are £20 on the door but anyone who wishes to go can pay on the door at a discounted rate if they message the band with their names beforehand.

“It’s going to be a massive night for the band,” said guitariat and singer Chris Tamburro.

State of Ember’s song ‘Denial’ is set to be featured in the video game Wreckfest when it’s released onto games consoles this November.

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