Before he even entered his twenties, Skrillex was bringing down some of LA's hottest clubs with his unique mix of dubstep and house. The Los Angeles based DJ has released three solo EP's since 2010 and is currently on the road promoting his latest, More Monsters and Sprites. Don't miss a performance on the Skrillex concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Skrillex tour dates and venue information.
The native Angelino was first hired at sixteen by post-hardcore punk group, From First to Last, to be their guitarist. He stayed with the band from 2004 through 2007 and toured with the group on the Vans Warped Tour and the Dead by Dawn Tour. Skrillex released two albums with the group and went solo in 2007. Skrillex embarked on a solo tour and sold his demo work on the road. In 2008, Skrillex toured on the Ap Tour with All Time Low and The Matches. Skrillex released his debut EP, Gypsyhook EP and he toured with Hollywood Undead.
In 2010, Skrillex released his sophomore EP, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, and he announced a nationwide tour with Deadmau5. His production work and individual EPs are setting the music industry ablaze, and he was asked by Korn to produce a track for their latest album. Skrillex tour dates were booked at Coachella 2011 and he embarked on an Australia wide tour in May. His third EP, More Monsters and Sprites recently debuted at #5 on the Dance Albums chart and he announced a US-wide tour. Skrillex will be on the road throughout 2011; Use Eventful as your Skrillex concert calendar and for venue information.
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Tool drummer Danny Carey sat in with Primus while Tim "Herb" Alexander recovers from heart surgery. The first of three shows was at the Concord Music Hall in Chicago. The last is Friday, Sept. 19 in Denver.