Starset recently announced their fall 2021 U.S. demonstrations. This immersive voyage comes to Rapids Theater in Niagara Falls on Friday, for a 7 p.m. all-ages concert. Special guest opening acts include The Word Alive and All Things Good.
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door. For more information, click HERE.
The band’s fourth studio album, “Horizons,” released on Oct. 22. Hailed as “A continued and captivating narrative, ‘Horizons’ delivers a cinematic soundscape that accompanies the listener through pain, love, descent and triumph. The world has been consumed by synthetic methods of escaping reality. It is with this technology that we are able to explore life through other users' experiences – finally, the ability to be someone else. Starset’s epic hard rock styling does not disappoint, as we travel a newfound digital frontier along with them.”
Formed in 2013 by Columbus, Ohio, singer/songwriter/frontman Dustin Bates, Starset’s first album, “Transmissions,” debuted at No. 49 on the Billboard 200, one of the highest-charting debuts for a rock band in 2014. The group's intricately crafted sci-fi backstory piqued the interest of fans, and it subsequently released the concept album “Vessels” in 2017, followed by “Divisions” in 2019. Their song "Monster" peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard U.S. mainstream rock chart in May 2017 and, by 2020, the band had tallied over 2 billion streams worldwide.
Starset’s latest single is "INFECTED."