[Second Show Added - Venue Capacity Sold Out for Friday Night]
BLACK SMOKE TRIGGER is performing live and set to blow the doors off the legendary Cabana in Napier, two nights in a row - after selling out Friday 1st July, Saturday 2nd July has just been added.
New Zealand quartet BLACK SMOKE TRIGGER is a band on a mission, constantly challenging themselves to create a unique brand of modern hard rock that’s instantly recognizable. “We’re not satisfied playing the same kind of songs as everyone else,” band founder Charlie Wallace states emphatically. “We’ve progressed hugely in our first couple years as a band. We're about to enter the studio for our next record, and we’re homing in on our distinctive sound and showing people who we are and what we’re made of.”
BLACK SMOKE TRIGGER’s debut EP, Set It Off, jumped onto the Billboard charts at #12 Hard Rock Album Sales and #13 Heatseekers Albums. They logged millions of views on Facebook / YouTube / Spotify for Set It Off’s two singles --"Caught In The Undertow" and "You Can Have it All.” The EP was helmed by legendary producer Michael Wagener (Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe), who says, “I loved their music from the minute we met. Additionally, Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars adds his playing to the EP’s edgy “The Way I’m Wired.”
The young band with old souls features Baldrick’s passionate, spot-on vocals, with a tone, range and power influenced by Chris Cornell and Maynard James Keenan. The propulsive rhythm section of bassist Dan Fulton and drummer Josh Te Maro drive BST, with Wallace’s tasteful solos, lines and riffs broadening the band’s scope even further.
Catch BLACK SMOKE TRIGGER live at the Cabana for their only NZ date for 2022 with special guests FYVEYES bringing their raw, bold, and hard-hitting rock n’ roll - it's guaranteed to get LOUD.
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