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Otherwise bring peace to Boise with Sprockets, Bukkit, Pause for the Cause

On Thursday, August 21, Las Vegas hard rock natives, Otherwise will return to Boise for a free concert from 100.3 The X. This marks the second time the radio station has hosted the band which has become a Treasure Valley favorite. The show will take place at the Knitting Factory and include support from former Boise alt rockers, Sprockets, who now reside in Las Vegas as well. The show will also feature local talents Bukkit and Pause for the Cause.

Otherwise return to Boise
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Otherwise is doing a handful of Pacific Northwest dates as a tune up for their September cross-country tour with Like a Storm and Islander. The band is touring in support of its sophomore album, Peace at All Costs which is the follow up to the group’s breakout 2012 major label debut, True Love Never Dies. The album hit #2 on the US Heatseekers charts and earned the band three hit singles with “Soldiers”, “Die For You”, and "I Don't Apologize (1000 Pictures)". Peace at All Costs will be released on September 16, and the debut single, “Darker Side of the Moon” has already been released to radio and digital retailers.

For this hard rock quintet, which features brothers Adrian Patrick (vocals) and Ryan Patrick (guitar, vocals), along with drummer Corky Gainsford, bassist Vassilios Metropoulos, and guitarist Andrew Pugh, Peace at All Costs represents the next chapter of their journey: “Peace comes through struggle. It's a reward that's earned rather than simply given. It's the product of tireless work and an unbreakable spirit against all odds and opposition.” Otherwise are no strangers to that struggle, rising up to become rock 'n' roll contenders in the face of a tumultuous musical climate and a series of personal hardships.

For your chance to win listen to 100.3 The X to pick up a pair of tickets to what is sure to be one of the best shows of the summer.

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