Texas-based Christian hard-rock band Fit for a King, turning heads since the release of debut album “Creation/Destruction” earlier this year, will play Wednesday, Sept. 4, at The Warehouse, 260 Second St., N.E., in Cleveland, Tenn.
Promoters say the band has become a sensation in the independent music world, thanks to an explosive live show and passionate music that gives a nod to bands as diverse as The Acacia Strain, Circa Survive and Linkin Park.
Members of the band are Ryan Kirby (vocals), Justin Hamra (guitar), Bobby Lynge (guitar), Jared Easterling (drums/vocals) and Aaron Kadura (bass/vocals).
Doors open at 7 p.m. Cover is $10.
Also playing will be Everybody Loves the Hero, Trials, Apparitionist and Squatthrust.
The show is a post-Labor Day red, white and blue celebration, and those attending are asked to come dressed appropriately.