10 Years Concerts Tickets

Alt-metal band 10 years are melodic, eclectic, emotionally raw... They pack a punch but are also accessible - bringing with them flavors of Deftones, Tool even Incubus. 

Make sure you catch them live! Tickets are available through the links below!

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Mar
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10 Years

Friday - 09:00 pm - 1175 Sports Park & Eatery - Kansasville, WI

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10 Years

Sunday - 07:00 pm - The Apollo Theatre AC - Belvidere, IL

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ABOUT 10 YEARS

Alternative metal band 10 Years formed in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1999. The band currently consists of lead vocalist Jesse Hasek, lead guitarist Brian Vodinh (founding member), rhythm guitarist Matt Wantland (founding member), bassist Chad Grennor, and drummer Luke Narey.

CAREER

1999-2001: Early years and Into the Half-Moon

In 1999, 10 Years was formed by singer Mike Underdown, drummer Brian Vodinh, bassist Lewis Cosby, and guitarists Ryan Johnson and Matt Wantland in Knoxville, Tennessee. Two years later, Cosby left to be replaced by Andy Parks. In August 2001, the group released its debut album, Into the Half-Moon.

2002-2006: Killing All That Holds You and The Autumn Effect

Shortly after the release of their debut, lead singer Mike Underdown left the group in order to form the band Courage, You Bastards and so was replaced by local singer Jesse Hasek. That year, Park decided to leave the band and Cosby returned. In 2004, the band released the independent album Killing All That Holds You.

The year after K.A.T.H.Y. was released, the band was signed to Universal Records. That August, they released The Autumn Effect, launching several singles including "Wasteland", which reached number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart and spent 10 weeks at the number two position on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The album reached number 72 on the Billboard 200 and reached number one on the Top Heatseekers chart.

In summer 2005, the band toured with Disturbed and Ill Niño, before hitting the road with Breaking Benjamin and Smile Empty Soul in the fall, followed by the Masters of Horror tour with Mudvayne and Sevendust. In early-2006, they opened for Korn and Mudvayne on Korn's See You on the Other Side tour and they went on to tour with Korn and Deftones on the Family Values Tour, which started in late July 2006. In August 2006, the video for "Wasteland" received nominations for Best Direction and Best Art Direction at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards.

2006-2009: Division

In May 2007, a demo song titled "All Your Lies" from Division was released onto 10 Years’ MySpace page. Later that year, the band toured with Dir En Grey, Sevendust, Operator, Thousand Foot Krutch, and Chevelle.

Division, their fourth studio album, was released in May 2008, preceded by the single "Beautiful", and hit number 12 on the Billboard 200. The band was featured on the Revolution Stage of Linkin Park's Summer Projekt Revolution 2008 tour with Atreyu, Hawthorne Heights, and Armor For Sleep, and in the latter part of 2008, they toured with Mudvayne.

In December 2009, Matt Wantland left the band to pursue other interests.

2010-2011: Feeding the Wolves

Feeding the Wolves, produced by Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge, is the 10 Years’ fifth studio album and was released on August 31, 2010. It debuted at number 17 on the Billboard 200. Earlier in the year, they spent their time split between the studio and stage, where they tested out their new material. On June 12, 2010, "Shoot It Out" was featured on Sirius/XM Radio and it was released later that month.

To promote Feeding the Wolves, the band opened Shinedown's 2010 Carnival of Madness summer tour alongside Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd, and Sevendust. They went on the road with Sevendust again that fall on the Hard Drive Live tour with support from Since October and Anew Revolution. That December saw 10 Years embark on a mini headline tour, where they revisited some older material.

In February 2011, that band released the single "Fix Me" and also began a spring tour with Hollywood Undead. That June, they shot a video for the single, which was released in August.

2012-2014: Minus the Machine

Minus the Machine was released on July 30 on 10 Years’ own independent label, Palehorse Records; part of Warner Music Group’s Independent Label Group. It debuted at number 26 on the Billboard 200, number eight on the Top Rock Albums chart, and number two on the Hard Rock Albums chart. On June 27, the band embarked on a four-week headlining tour to promote the album. That September, 10 Years recruited Fair to Midland bassist Ryan Collier to join them on their upcoming North American headline tour, replacing Lewis Cosby who was taking paternity leave. In December, at a home show in Knoxville, 10 Years performed a special version of "Shoot It Out" featuring the original lead singer, Mike Underdown, along with current vocalist Jesse Hasek.

In late February 2014, the band toured Australia as part of Soundwave 2014.

2015-2016: From Birth to Burial

10 Years released its seventh studio album, From Birth to Burial, on April 21, 2015. The band supported the album with a tour - touring with Breaking Benjamin for the American leg of the tour and Dead Letter Circus for the Australian leg.

In the latter part of 2016, they signed with Mascot Label Group.

2017-2018: (How to Live) As Ghosts

"Novacaine", the first song from 10 Years’ eighth studio album, was released in August 2017 and peaked at number five on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart. The album, (How to Live) As Ghosts, was released that October and hit the top 10 on the Billboard Independent Albums, Top Alternative Albums, and Top Hard Rock Albums charts. The second single, "Burnout" followed in April 2018.

Chad Grennor joined the band as a touring bassist in 2018 and Luke Narey joined the band for their European tour in fall 2018, following drummer Kyle Mayer's departure from the band.

2019-present: Violent Allies

In May 2020, the band released a new single, "The Shift", which peaked at number 25 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart. That September, they released the album Violent Allies.

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