Jet City Rock Showcased in Northwest Music Scene

Jet City Rock Showcased in Northwest Music Scene

It’s always great to feel the appreciation from a music scene you adore!   Here’s a write-up from the North Music Scene on our latest album Road to Resonance!   We love you guys be sure to keep an eye on our tour dates for 2019!

– William, Andreka, Oliver, and Murdock

The Adarna

Music fans of the Pacific Northwest, get ready for our fifth annual year-end daily local music showcase, 100 Bands in 100 Days, where every day until December 31st, we’re showcasing a new band or artist you have to know about, once again presented by Verity Credit Union.

Make sure you are checking the #100Bands100Days hashtag on Twitter on a daily basis to stay on top of all the bands featured and be sure to follow Verity and NW_Music_Scene there. Some days the featured act could be an established and locally-adored northwest-based musician and other times they could be a band with a small following that just hasn’t had their deserved time in the spotlight yet. Either way, we’re fairly confident you can come away from this daily segment with plenty of new favorites. Today’s featured artist is The Adarna.

If you are on the hunt for another high energy northwest rock band to throw your support behind, today’s featured band is one you should take a look at. The Adarna has been in the trenches for a grip of years now and has built up a solid fanbase in the process. In 2018, they added the well-received full-length album Road to Resonance to their catalog. The Adarna has spent a great deal of time and energy to label themselves as Jet City Rock and it’s not a bad idea since there aren’t really any singular genre tags to slap on them. That said, no matter what you want to call them or not call them, songs like “Drugstore Cowgirl” off the new album display what the band is capable of. That particular song draws heavy influence from both Rob Zombie and Queensryche with a driving industrial metal beat and on the 2:01 long instrumental shredder, “Interlude” they put on display their symphonic metal capabilities with just a dash of doom. Check out Road to Resonance yourself at Spotify HERE and check out their latest video a bit further down the page.