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Rock radio favorites 10 Years are heading to The Eclectic Room in Angola on Friday, March 29, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their seminal album Division. The Knoxville, Tenn., based band plan to play the album in its entirety, including the hits “So Long Good-bye,” “Actions & Motives” and, of course, “Beautiful.”
With the release of Division, 10 Years established themselves as a legitimate headline act and since then have spent the better part of their time on the road, pausing only to release new music that allowed them to continue touring. With influences ranging from Led Zeppelin to Tool to Nine Inch Nails, 10 Years have a style that is addicting and their use of profoundly thought provoking lyrics sets them apart from other bands of the genre, helping create some fiercely loyal fans that devour everything the band has to offer.
In addition to the songs you’ll hear from Division, it’s likely the band will also play some other favorites like “Wasteland” from the band’s major label debut The Autumn Effect, “Shoot It Out” from Feeding the Wolves, and “Novacaine” from their latest studio effort, 2017’s (How To Live) as Ghosts, but you’re also likely to hear some deep cuts as well.
When it comes to 10 Years, fans understand that regardless of what songs are played. It’s going to be a fun and energetic night full of dynamic guitars, catchy choruses, and powerful vocals.