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Gotham Rocks Presents

The August Infinity
with special guests The Amatory Murder, Face the King, Chasing Thrill, Craving Strange

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Thursday, Jul 19, 2012 7:15 PM EDT (7:00 PM Doors)
Highline Ballroom, New York, NY

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• Dinner menu available
• General Admission Standing
• Limited seats available
• First come, first seated
• $10 min/person at tables
• All ages

The August Infinity is an American four-piece rock band based in Brooklyn, NY. The genesis of group came when drummer Ian Pierce unearthed raw charisma in the most unexpected of places, discovering singer Joshua Hawksley at the 42nd Street subway stop. It was there that Hawksley first made an impression on New York City as a one-man subway performer. The band has since honed a catchy hard rock sound playing off the added talents of bassist Chris Moss and guitarist Peter Strzelecki.

The August Infinity's self-produced debut album Voices of a Generation (2009) received radio play on Octane, Sirius XM's most listened-to active rock station, courtesy of an impressed DJ Kayla Riley. In support of the album, the band toured the Northeast, with gigs ranging from headlining performances at New York City's Highline Ballroom and Gramercy Theater to multiple shows and in-house promotions at Best Buy, Hot Topic, and Six Flags, including an invitation to headline the 19th annual Fright Fest Halloween Party at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. The band shared the stage with a number of national acts, including the Platinum-selling band Hawthorne Heights, and was also invited to perform on Fox's Fearless Music.

The August Infinity celebrated the release of its new EP, To Whom it May Concern, with a sold-out show at New York City's famed Irving Plaza on July 21st, 2011. Having been produced by the band in its Brooklyn loft, the new EP further explores the group's signature sound, which is too hard to be considered pop, but too pop to be considered hard rock. The August Infinity – this is how America writes music.



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