Zero Mile Presents

Riot Ten

With Yakz, Throwdown

Terminal West

Saturday, November 23
08:00 doors / 09:00 show
All Ages
  • Price$18.00 - $76.00
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Riot Ten

Born and raised in Texas, RIOT TEN, at the age of 22, exploded into the world of electronic music with his unique blend of dubstep, hard-trap, and electro. Signed to Dim Mak Records, in addition to having music out on Rottun Records, Bassrush, and Buygore, as well as three #1 top 100 dubstep chart topping singles, Riot Ten's music is heard at clubs and festivals around the world from the likes of DJ Snake, Excision, Zeds Dead, Steve Aoki, The Chainsmokers, and more. His 2017 single "Fuck It", a collab with fellow producer Sullivan King, saw #1 on the dubstep charts for 2 consecutive months. The song then became a staple on The Chainsmokers "Memories Do Not Open" world tour in 2017. This ultimately paved the way for his global smash "Rail Breaker", which became the dubstep anthem of 2017 and 2018 and one of the most played out records of the year. The single has been heavily supported by Excision, Borgore, Flosstradamus, Snails, Kayzo, Ghastly, Kill The Noise, Slander, SKisM, and many more. Following the release of "Rail Breaker", Riot Ten dropped his debut EP with DIM MAK called "Hype Or Die: The Dead" in February of 2018, which recorded a top 10 debut on the iTunes "dance album" charts, a feat that is seldom seen by an artist in the genre. Riot Ten went on to make appearances at some of the most high profile festivals in North America, including Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Zoo, Lost Lands, Sunset Music Festival, Global Dance Festival, Bass Canyon and more.

Yakz

Throwdown

Throwdown is a straight edge metalcore/groove metal band founded in 1997 in Orange County, California. They have toured as part of Ozzfest, Sounds of the Underground and Warped Tour, as well as with bands like In Flames, Lamb of God, As I Lay Dying, Sick of It All, Norma Jean, Soulfly, Korn, and Hatebreed. The songs "Forever" and "Burn" have been staples on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball and Revolver Magazine called them part of "The Future of Metal" after hearing the album Vendetta. Their most recent album Venom and Tears has taken even more of a metal direction, with critics likening the bands current sound to that of Pantera, Sepultura, early Metallica and Crowbar.