Mae Krell + April Rose | Summer Tour

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Ryan Cassata on select dates labelled with ” ** “

 

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Set It off takes over the Journeys Right Foot Stage | Vans Warped Tour 2018

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‪7/27 – Mansfield, MA‬
‪7/28 – Wantagh, NY‬
‪8/3 – Orlando, FL‬

Get your tickets at ‪https://vanswarpedtour.com/dates/‬

‪See you there.

Dying Fetus & Thy Art Is Murder – Spring North American Tour 2018 | Part 1

 Sanction

 Rivers of Nihil

Enterprise Earth

 Photography by Jamie Kaufman| 3/31/18 | The Glasshouse

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COUNTERFEIT | 2018 Tour Dates

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Tickets available here 

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The Peace and the Panic Tour | Photos & Review

         I had the honor of shooting Neck Deep’s ‘The Peace and the Panic’ tour, with Speak Low if You Speak Love, Creeper, and Seaway in Norfolk, VA on January 30th. In one word I’d describe the show as, “SPECTACULAR” I’ve seen Neck Deep in the past, but for some odd reason this show meant so much more to me than any of their prior shows.

      The night started with a 4 hour drive from NC, which had some bumps along the way, causing us to be a bit late. We finally got there during the end of Speak Low if You Speak Love’s show. Ryan is such a lovely human and performs wonderfully any time I’ve seen him with his other band, State Champs. So it was no surprise that he did an amazing job at this show. Next band was Seaway. I have never personally seen them before, but I had definitely heard of them. The band put on an awesome show and brought an intense energy to the crowd that I haven’t seen in a hot minute. I’d love to shoot for them again in the future when I’ve learned a couple more of their songs. Finally, last, but definitely by no means least, Neck Deep was up to preform. There was an overwhelming feeling in the air of excitement, happiness, and wonderment. You could tell just by looking at the crowd, that many of the people attending have been waiting a long time for this moment. I spoke with a few attendees as well and they were all beyond excited. Truly nothing feels as good as the mutual happiness among everyone in a venue, about to see their favorite band. Neck Deep finally came out and played a beautiful set with mixed song from their older and newer stuff, such as their new album, “The Peace and the Panic” which you can listen to here. https://open.spotify.com/album/6MiQ7JVsKlOBJFJzWQZ2Kz The show was executed perfectly with just the right amount of upbeat songs, and heartfelt, sadder songs. I saw so many friends, partners, and strangers screaming the words to their favorite songs, holding each other close, and dancing the night away. It was one of the best shows I’ve been to in a really long time. I’d definitely suggest catching Neck Deep in your nearest city the next time they come around. I know I will.

 

 Photos  & review courtesy of Izzy Corcoran

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