July 8, 2018 | doors at 5:00pm
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Summer Stunner Festival presents:
Ravagers | Vicious Dreams | Rotten Stitches | Adam Anzio
Show starts promptly at 6:00 pm
  • $12
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Antagonizers ATL
ANTAGONIZERS ATL are an Atlanta-based street punk/rock ‘n roll outfit that have been taking the unsuspecting scene by storm. They have played with the likes of Rancid, The Pietasters, Agnostic Front, Murphy’s Law, Vibrators, Cro Mags, The Queers, The Business, Tiger Army, Street Dogs, Sloppy Seconds and many other punk, hardcore, rockabilly, ska and rock ‘n roll bands.
Adam Anzio
This is ADAM ANZIO. Anzio (pronounced Ohn.tZeeOh), is striking out on his own, after years, and numerous positions in other bands. Knowing how to play multiple instruments, Anzio performs all parts on his recordings. 2010's "Gavels EP" was self-recorded, using minimal equipment; out of necessity. It was released digitally, and is available on The year 2012 was spent recording demos, and tracking for the "GAVELS" LP, which was released on June 4th, 2013. The “Turnaround EP”, which utilizes more digital instrumentation, was released in July of 2015. Anzio released an record of acoustic renditions of older and newer unreleased songs for the 12-song LP, “The A-Word”. Anzio’s next record will be released on March 30, 2018.

Live performances feature Anzio on electric guitar, vocals, and self-orchestrated accompaniment. When playing with an acoustic guitar, he is billed as "Adam Anzio (AC)". He has served as the opening act for many bands throughout the Southeast U.S.

When it comes to describing the style or sound of Adam Anzio's music, he often has trouble with it. The influence of classic first-wave punk rock, post-punk, and New-Wave are there, and a heavy modern twist. His closest description of his sound, he says, also reflects his outlook on life. "Appreciate the past, live in the present, and look forward to the future." "I'm not too big on beaten paths, traditions, or living in the past, I just want to do whatever I want, right now." "I love the history of Rock 'n Roll, but I'm all about what's going on today, and what will eventually come." Definitely excited for what the future holds for this multi-instrumental modernist.

-Sharmila Patil