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The Birthday Massacre

92,618 Trackers · On Tour
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About The Birthday Massacre
Genres:
Pop, Gothic, Rock, New Wave, Alternative, Synthpop, Industrial Rock
Band Members:
Chibi - Vocals, Rainbow - GuitarsProgrammingVocals, M. Falcore - Guitars, Rhim - Drums, Owen - Keyboards, Nate Manor - Bass
Hometown:
Toronto,Canada

The Birthday Massacre is a synth rock band, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band was officially formed in 1999, known at that time as Imagica. The band consists of...
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Fan Live Reviews
November 7th 2018
Incredible show from TBM. I hope they venture into these parts more often. The crowd loved them and I hope it leads to a lot more fans for this phenomenal band. I purchased the meet and greet. As soon as I walk back Chibi walks up to me arms outstretched and gives me a hug. It was surreal but a dream come true. All the guys were very nice and we just talked a couple minutes. At the end of the show I lucked out and got a set list from Owen. I saw Falcore walking around solo and thanked him for coming down this way and putting on an awesome show. It's been a long wait but one of the best concert experiences of my life. I hope I don't have to wait another 7 years to see them again. Great job by Julien K as well. They have an electrifying show and sound like a band that will take off. They pair really well with TBM. Jonathan Davis did an amazing job booking these 2 acts to support his tour. I hope they both get the exposure and notoriety they deserve.
November 5th 2018
It was the most seductive emotional show I think I have ever been to, it was like getting seduced by Lestat him self. I thought I would never hear The Queen of The Damned songs live. A true dream come true
November 2nd 2018
The first two bands were great, but the volume was way too high for The Birthday Massacre. I have never had to leave a concert before, but I was feeling physical pain from the sounds volume. It should be noted that I am 26 and have went to many different concerts from warped tour, to slayer . This was by far the hardest on my ears. It's a shame because I would of loved to listen to the band more.
October 27th 2018
This band just keeps on sounding better live!! Just when you think they've done their best they come the next year with a completely diff playlist And to add are kid friendly..Not many rock stars out there actually enjoy showing the kids attention..I hope too keep seeing new stuff put out by these guys..Very awesome choice for The king to choose TBM To open for him in Texas!!
October 27th 2018
Was awesome :) The birthday massacre are genuinely the sweetest , humble , and chillest band I’ve met thus far . Super great people :)
October 24th 2018
Julien-k was better than expected we really enjoyed them. The Birthday Massacre rocked it out as always. We did not stay for Jonathan Davis we really weren't interested in him.
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About The Birthday Massacre
Genres:
Pop, Gothic, Rock, New Wave, Alternative, Synthpop, Industrial Rock
Band Members:
Chibi - Vocals, Rainbow - GuitarsProgrammingVocals, M. Falcore - Guitars, Rhim - Drums, Owen - Keyboards, Nate Manor - Bass
Hometown:
Toronto,Canada

The Birthday Massacre is a synth rock band, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band was officially formed in 1999, known at that time as Imagica. The band consists of...
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