Music, and passion combined in a way to produce beauty, harmony, and expression. Everyone has their own story, and music is a universal language that everyone understands.
Live shows create a melting pot of hundreds of people together to share the same love for their favorite bands, and a night to remember. Music is the one thing that seems to move EVERYONE.
Artists can write a poem of emotions or life lessons combined with instruments of any kind to deliver a work of art that people can relate. So many talented people in this world doing everything they can to show off their hard work. While some people are fortunate enough to be born and raised with wealth in the music industry, others have come from nothing.
Fortunately, a five piece band had a talent that shined through the city of Atlanta. People all over town are waiting to see what will happen next.
Local rock band |Vault 51| teamed with producer Drew fulk for some serious writing sessions. These guys didn’t come from wealth, they saved every penny they made working their tails off at pizza or retail jobs just to afford themselves the ability to create.
Finally, after so many years of saving and writing material they gathered enough money to fly to Los Angeles to put together the final record.
“We got our name from a storage unit (51) we basically lived in for months on end. Every day we were creating/writing, and cultivating our ideas into an identity we felt fit our lives/childhoods…. Everything we’ve been through. Everything we felt like needed to be addressed, was.” Explains drummer Joshua Landry.
|Vault 51| played a recent show with their friends in a newly recent Razor&Tie signing jam “Failure Anthem” at the masquerade on September 1st . Both bands had significant industry reps and fans alike come out to support them, and both bands stole the hearts of new fans.
Vault 51 was absolutely inspiring. People were singing along in the crowd and the band hasn’t even released a single track. You hear one of their songs and you’re hooked. Everyone showed up in one giant crowd to finally hear what the band’s been working on, and they were well received.
Up front snapping pictures in the pit of people, I was pushed shoved by an audience deep into the music. I nearly fell on the stage onto the guitarist’s pedals.
These guys know how to work a crowd.
All together the band has five guys. Two vocalists Landon Jones and Justin Bordianu, and Guitarist and bassist Patrick Snyder and Alex Garmon, with Josh Landry on drums.
These five talented guys have worked so hard and have so much awesome material about to be released this fall. Everyone everywhere will know who |Vault 51| is before too long.
It is truly inspiring to see a group of people work so hard and sacrifice so much to inspire and share their stories and voices. I know all these guys cannot wait for that moment on stage performing and having thousands of fans singing along to their lyrics.
Let’s help them get there, let’s open up our minds to new music and help dreams come true.