Let’s get ready to rumble! Excision brings the heat to Indianapolis with his Apex 2019 Tour on March 1!
Since his first edition of Lost Lands Music Festival in 2017, Excision has been paving the way for heavy dubstep’s return. 2018 continued to be a big year for the bass legend – Excision hosted the first-ever Bass Canyon, released his 14-track album Apex, and put on Paradox at the Rocks in addition to a full-fledged Paradox tour. Now, he’s back with the Apex Tour, complete with his famous visual setup and 225,000 watts of PK Sound. For his Indianapolis stop on March 1, Excision will take to the stage at The Pavilion at Pan Am with HE$H, Sullivan King, and SQUNTO for a night you’ll never forget.
Last year, I had the opportunity to attend Excision’s Paradox 2018 tour stop in Indianapolis, and it was undoubtedly one of my favorite shows of the season. With prehistoric and robotic visuals overpowering the screen, every minute of the show was comprised of a dazzling array of neon lasers, strobe lights, and earth-shattering bass whomps. From start to finish, Excision put on the show of a lifetime, mixing in vicious dubstep with melodic tunes, riddim, and bouncy bass house.
Though there’s no one quite like Jeff Abel, the openers will do more than hold their own. Having attended Lost Lands last year, HE$H was one of my favorite sets of the weekend. Featuring blistering riddim slashes and maddening doubles, this young riddim artist is sure to get the crowd hyped for the night. If you were ever into metal, you’ll love Sullivan King‘s performance. The dubstep artist perfectly fuses bass with metal and melodic influences, creating some of the most soothing and simultaneously bone-crushing tunes you’ll ever hear. Last but definitely not least, SQUNTO‘s MegaChop will get your necks snapping and heads banging to get your body ready for Excision’s set!
Hoosier headbangers, if you’re in need of a night full of bass, you won’t want to miss the Apex Tour. Come join your fellow bassheads for a night of heavy dubstep and riddim!
Tickets are still available for the Apex Tour at Pavilion at Pan Am in Indianapolis. The show is expected to sell out, so grab yours while you still can via Eventbrite.com!