Concert review: The Amity Affliction with Northlane, Stray From The Path and Wage War by Alex Bock

December 19, 2016

  Munich, Backstage Werk, Dec. 16th, 2016 This show closed my concert year 2016 and I have to say, it ended with a blast. A few days before, the show was sold out and the place was really packed, from the beginning. The crowd was obviously into all the bands, although all three opening bands had some sound problems in the beginning. Nevertheless the audience seemingly loved their performances, considering all the crowd-surfers, mosh-pits and circle-pits that happened during their sets. Wage War Stray From the Path Northlane The Amity Affliction were loudly welcomed by the crowd. The audience sang along to every song, knew all the lyrics by heart.  Almost constantly the security guys had to catch crowd-surfers and see to it, that they got out of the pit quickly, so no one gets hurt. The songs they played were mainly taken from their last two records ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’ and ‘Let The Ocean Take Me’. Wise choice probably, because those records really let the band grow over the last years. Set-list: I [Read More]


Fearless Records deliver an epic night in Orangevale for the Fresh Faces Tour

November 10, 2015

  If you were at Boardwalk in Orangevale last night you were treated to an epic night of music by Fearless Records. They brought the Fresh Faces Tour to the Sacramento area and it was an incredible high energy night. The tour features Ice Nine Kills, Wage War, My Enemies and I and The White Noise. The lineup was complimented by two great local bands, Mercedes Avenue and Faint Silhouette. We will be bringing you full coverage of each band and several interviews so stay tuned. But first we wanted to give you a sneak peak of what you can expect out on the Fresh Faces Tour. If you haven’t already, make sure to pick up your tickets, it will be a kick ass night. Ice Nine Kills are gearing up for the release of their highly anticipated new album, Every Trick in the Book on December 4th. They had a great stage setup with fierce lighting and setting that captures the dark haunting story telling of INK that we fell in love with. They played [Read More]