TVD Ticket Giveaway: The Faint at the 9:30 Club, 5/20

2008 marked what appeared to be the end of Nebraska band, The Faint. Five years later, the band made a resurgence with the release of a 4-song EP titled Preversions, which ultimately led up to their new LP set for release this coming April. 

After releasing their fifth studio album, Fasciinatiion, the Nebraskan foursome, currently composed of Todd Fink, Clark Baechle, Jacob Thiele, and Dapose, realized their songwriting process became somewhat of a dud. Seeing this as a sign for a hiatus, The Faint faded into the background, its members going off on their own creative endeavors. A year after regrouping in 2013, the band is releasing their long-awaited sixth album titled Doom Abuse.

Doom Abuse will be released on April 8. Later that next month, The Faint will be heading out on a nationwide tour that includes a stop at the 9:30 Club on Tuesday, May 20. Haven’t gotten your tickets yet? No worries! We’re giving some away!

Written with a new mindset and creative process, Doom Abuse is reflective of a different than usual sound for The Faint. Taking on a more raw, punk-rock feel than their previous albums, Glide Magazine says “the birth of Doom Abuse in many ways, is in parallel with a rebirth of the band itself.”

To win tickets to see The Faint at the 9:30 Club on Tuesday, May 20, drop a comment below naming a band that has recently made a musical comeback. I’m going to go with Queen, who will tour with Adam Lambert this summer! 

One winner will be chosen a week from today, March 31! Tickets are still available for purchase.

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