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The Warning infuse rock music with a much-needed shot of adrenaline. The Monterrey, Mexico trio of sisters—Daniela “Dany” [guitar, lead
vocals, piano], Paulina “Pau” [drums, vocals, piano], and Alejandra “Ale” Villarreal [bass, piano, backing vocals]—charge forward with
head-spinning riffs, unpredictable rhythms, stadium-size beats, and skyscraping vocals. They stand out as the rare presence equally at home
on network television and on stage at Heaven & Hell Festival. After exploding online with one viral moment after another, The Warning parlayed
this momentum into a series of independent releases, including Escape the Mind EP [2015], XXI Century Blood [2017], and Queen of
the Murder Scene [2019]. They graced a stacked bill at Mother of All Rock Festival as the only Mexican band and opened up two sold out
Monterrey shows for The Killers and for Def Leppard in Mexico City and Guadalajara. After quietly amassing over 120 million YouTube views
and 10 million streams, they’ve already surged to the forefront of hard rock on their LAVA Records debut single “CHOKE” which Right out of
the gate, “CHOKE” cracked 1 million-plus streams. Not to mention they might be the only group in history to earn the respect of legendary
rock tastemaker Matt Pinfield who hosted them for an interview and their musical peers Olivia Rodrigo and Willow praised Pau’s drum
covers of their songs “brutal” and “transparentsoul” on TikTok. The Warning was selected by Metallica to cover their classic “Enter Sandman” with multiplatinum pop superstar Alessia Cara for The Metallica Blacklist that was released in September. Shortly after, the band released their LAVA/Republic 6-track MAYDAY EP on October 8th that features additional tracks “EVOLVE”, “Z”, “ANIMOSITY”, “DISCIPLE”, and “MARTIRO” (delivered in their native Spanish). In the upcoming months, they will perform at the Welcome To Rockville Festival, open for The Foo Fighters who chose The Warning as official support for their 60,000 person Mexico City show at Foro Sol, and a two-night sold out run at the Troubadour in January 2022.

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