SAN ANTONIO (March 28, 2012) – The San Antonio Rampage will host “I Heart Hockey Night”, presented by Macy’s, featuring a special postgame OVERTIME performance by Adrenaline Mob on April 7 at the AT&T Center. Adrenaline Mob features members from several well-known rock bands such as Disturbed, Dream Theater and Symphony X.
The festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. with performances by Natural Ear Music School bands The Next Day and Arisen in the Bud Light Courtyard. The Natural Ear Music School is owned and operated by bassist John Moyer (Disturbed, Adrenaline Mob) and teaches kids to play rock ‘n’ roll by ear by grouping kids in a similar age and experience range to form a functional band unit. The school was established in Austin, Texas in 1991 will open a school in San Antonio this summer.
Click here to watch Adrenaline Mob’s “Undaunted” video
Adrenaline Mob is a hard-rock band that consists of several established artists, including Symphony X singer Russell Allen, former Dream Theater and Avenged Sevenfold drummer Mike Portnoy, Sonic Stomp guitarist Mike Orlando and Disturbed bass player John Moyer. The band’s most recent album Omerta was released on March 13 and debuted at #5 on the Billboard Rock Album chart and also came in at #62 on the Billboard Top 200, selling nearly 7,000 copies in its first week. The album has been getting amazing reviews with Revolver Magazine declaring, “If you dig hard-hitting modern metal, then Adrenaline Mob’s 11-track debut offers some monstrous moments.”
Tickets start at $10 and can be purchased by calling a Rampage representative at 210.444.5554 or online at sarampage.com.
ABOUT THE RAMPAGE
The Rampage is one of four professional sports franchises owned and operated by Spurs Sports & Entertainment – the San Antonio Spurs (NBA), the Silver Stars (WNBA) and the Austin Toros (NBA D-League) – and plays its home games at the SS&E operated AT&T Center. The 2011-12 season marks the Rampage’s 10th anniversary season in the AHL. In operation since 1936, the AHL continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams with more than 87 percent of today’s NHL players being AHL graduates.