The indomitable French quartet Resolve embark on the European “HUMAN” tour with a stellar supporting line-up of Cane Hill, Acres and Half Me by their side. Their Prague stop will take place on May 17, 2024 at Rock Café.
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Resolve, as the name suggests, is an unstoppable entity. Fronted by vocalist/songwriter Anthony Diliberto and completed by guitarist Antonin Carré and brothers Nathan and Robin Mariat, respectively drummer and bassist, the quartet has never stopped even for a moment since their start in 2017. This work ethic has helped ciment the band into one of France’s most popular export of the decade.
“We’re extremely excited to be back in Europe and the UK this spring on our very first headline tour. We’ve been working towards this for a long time now, with so many support tours in the last three years. Now is our time to bring out the full Resolve experience to these rooms and celebrate with our community. It is our privilege to also have such a strong supporting line up on this tour with Cane Hill, Acres and Half Me,” says Robin Mariat
GUESTS: Cane Hill, Acres, Half Me
A hard-hitting metalcore unit based out of New Orleans, Cane Hill’s punishing blend of post-hardcore and nu-metal draws from a deep well of divergent influences, from Pantera and Slipknot to hip-hop and indie rock. For centuries, authors, painters, poets, and filmmakers have sought out the edges of consciousness. Often equally euphoric and nightmarish, the psyche’s outer limits transform into a powerful, albeit fickle muse. While writing their second full-length album “Too Far Gone”, Cane Hill pushed those limits psychologically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually, coming back from the precipice with ten unforgettable stories translated into masterful songs.
Acres, who accompany Resolve on tour, have released their debut album “Lonely World” to huge success and admiration in 2019. The record proves that melody and melancholy can be used to devastatingly beautiful effect. It didn’t take long for Acres to play the biggest shows of their career to date and achieve what they had previously only dreamed of. The success led the band to work even harder on future music, and the result is their album “Burning Throne”, a crushing, cathartic and perfectly crafted statement of what it means to stare into your own oblivion and learn from it who you really are. Not only does it represent some of the band’s heaviest material, but it is also their most moving and honest work, something the band put every ounce of their soul into, and something they are extremely proud to have as an important part of their story.