Saturday night (December 10) the Rust Belt in East Moline will not be silent with Eva Under Fire headlining the I-Rock 93.5 Not So Silent Night.

As we get ready for the show, we had a chance to talk with Eva from Eva Under Fire about their breakthrough song, new album, and what the Quad Cities can expect at their live show.

The I-Rock 93.5 Not So Silent Night

If you are wondering what is going on Saturday, where have you been?  It's going to be a great time at The Rust Belt.

Eva Under Fire, Alborn, Discrepancies, and Versus Me.  It's an all-ages show with tickets for only $19.35.  That's less than $5 per band.

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And not only will we have all that rock, but Santa will be there with a bunch of gifts for you.  An autographed guitar.  Tickets to Skillet/Theory of a Deadman.  Tickets to Sevendust/Nonpoint.  Exclusive Merch.  And more good gifts...and one big ol lump of coal.

If you don't have your tickets yet, now is the time to get them so you can rock with all the nice and naughty boys and girls.

Who is Eva from Eva Under Fire?

Before becoming Eva, Amanda Lyberg grew up with two parents addicted to heroin.  While her mom was able to kick the addiction, her father died from an overdose.  As you listen to lyrics from Eva Under Fire and know about her past, the harder they hit.

Eva is also a clinical psychologist.  While talking with I-Rock 93.5 (below) she told us she thought she'd either do that or music.  And now, she has both.

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We talked about their breakthrough hit "Blow".

Blow first began to chart in June of 2022.  It then took 20 weeks before it would drop off the charts.  During that time it would peak at number 11 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart.  Eva said it was wild to watch it grow and grow always expecting it to drop...but it just kept climbing for them.

What is next for Eva Under Fire?

As we talked about their debut hit, and the new album "Love Drugs & Misery" I also had to ask what was next for Eva Under Fire.  She said the couple of songs that get a big reaction at their live shows are "Coming For Blood" and "Heroin(e)".

These are two very different songs that you can check out below to hear the range of Eva Under Fire.

I could have spent another hour talking with Eva.

Unfortunately, the free version of Zoom only gives you 30 minutes of screen recording time.  So we wrapped up in 26 minutes after also talking about working with Spencer from Ice Nine Kills, Matt from From Ashes To New, and Jacoby from Papa Roach.

We also talked about how all of this success could have started about 3 years ago.  They were supposed to release their album in March 2020.  Ouch.

Take some time below and hear what Eva has to say.  Especially about the NetFlix show "Wednesday".  I will finish it before they come to town so we can finish our conversation about it.

Just keep your eyes to the left of the screen and enjoy the conversation with Eva!  See you Saturday at The Rust Belt with Eva Under Fire!

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