Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals Return To Give You Your Metal Medication

 September 7, 2018  Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals  showed up in full destructive force at The Rock Box in San Antonio, TX. They are currently on tour, which is actually a rescheduled tour due to Philip having to take some time out for back surgery. I’m glad he has made a speedy recovery. Since I am from Texas, I grew up listening to Philip Anselmo with Pantera and consider them one of the greatest metal bands ever. Every project he has been in can easily stand on its own strength. Each are different and each one can kick your ass. This also applies to The Illegals.  So, once I saw there was going to be a meet and greet for Philip H. Anselmo (& The Illegals), I had to make it. I know some people complain about meet and greets and their prices, but the price for this one was quite affordable and more than worth it.

September 7, 2018 Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals showed up in full destructive force at The Rock Box in San Antonio, TX. They are currently on tour, which is actually a rescheduled tour due to Philip having to take some time out for back surgery. I’m glad he has made a speedy recovery. Since I am from Texas, I grew up listening to Philip Anselmo with Pantera and consider them one of the greatest metal bands ever. Every project he has been in can easily stand on its own strength. Each are different and each one can kick your ass. This also applies to The Illegals. So, once I saw there was going to be a meet and greet for Philip H. Anselmo (& The Illegals), I had to make it. I know some people complain about meet and greets and their prices, but the price for this one was quite affordable and more than worth it.

 Of course showing up to the venue wasn’t as easy for me this time around, having to drive two hours just to get to the venue, but it’s nothing that anyone else wouldn’t do to meet their metal icons. The meet and greet experience was pretty surreal; getting to actually talk to, shake hands, get a hug and take some photos was something I will always remember. Getting the chance to tell a member of one your favorite bands of all time of how much their music means to you is treasure in its own right. And having Philip be more than humble, grateful and thankful for what I had to say speaks volumes of the person he is. I have to say, every member of the band is completely down to earth and appreciative of the fans. Having had such a great experience, I know that I will more than happily pay for another meet and greet with these guys.

Of course showing up to the venue wasn’t as easy for me this time around, having to drive two hours just to get to the venue, but it’s nothing that anyone else wouldn’t do to meet their metal icons. The meet and greet experience was pretty surreal; getting to actually talk to, shake hands, get a hug and take some photos was something I will always remember. Getting the chance to tell a member of one your favorite bands of all time of how much their music means to you is treasure in its own right. And having Philip be more than humble, grateful and thankful for what I had to say speaks volumes of the person he is. I have to say, every member of the band is completely down to earth and appreciative of the fans. Having had such a great experience, I know that I will more than happily pay for another meet and greet with these guys.

 This was  The Illegals  second show on the tour which you would never know by how precise they were playing each song. Watching guitarist Mike De Leon appear to get possessed as he spun about; Stephen Taylor no BS attitude as he churned out the riffs, Joey “Blue” Gonzalez beat those drums to death and bassist Walter Howard lay down the grooves, all gave vocalist Philip Anselmo the perfect format to destroy your senses.  Opening up with  Little Fucking Heros  grabbed you by the throat and didn’t let up. Rolling through with  Choosing Mental Illness ,  Finger Me ,  Walk Through Exits Only  to name a few, they gave the fans exactly the prescription they needed. Oh, by the way, if you haven’t picked up The Illegals latest album, you are missing out on some amazing music. It’s freaking great!!

This was The Illegals second show on the tour which you would never know by how precise they were playing each song. Watching guitarist Mike De Leon appear to get possessed as he spun about; Stephen Taylor no BS attitude as he churned out the riffs, Joey “Blue” Gonzalez beat those drums to death and bassist Walter Howard lay down the grooves, all gave vocalist Philip Anselmo the perfect format to destroy your senses. Opening up with Little Fucking Heros grabbed you by the throat and didn’t let up. Rolling through with Choosing Mental Illness, Finger Me, Walk Through Exits Only to name a few, they gave the fans exactly the prescription they needed. Oh, by the way, if you haven’t picked up The Illegals latest album, you are missing out on some amazing music. It’s freaking great!!

 Just when you thought the show was winding down, the last three songs of the night were Pantera songs! Kicking in with  Hellbound , then to  Death Rattle  was fucking unbelievable! Finishing off with a mix up of  Domination/Hollow  gave the night a perfect close. You could feel the deafening roar of everyone losing themselves and singing in unison to beloved songs, myself included. This has got to be one of my top favorite shows in most recent memory; I just wish I could tag along for the rest of the tour.

Just when you thought the show was winding down, the last three songs of the night were Pantera songs! Kicking in with Hellbound, then to Death Rattle was fucking unbelievable! Finishing off with a mix up of Domination/Hollow gave the night a perfect close. You could feel the deafening roar of everyone losing themselves and singing in unison to beloved songs, myself included. This has got to be one of my top favorite shows in most recent memory; I just wish I could tag along for the rest of the tour.

     You can find Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals online at the following and remaining tour dates:   http://www.facebook.com/philipanselmo    http://www.thehousecorerecords.com    http://www.thehousecorestore.com    http://www.facebook.com/housecorerecords    PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS w/ King Parrot:   9/06/2018 Santos - New Orleans, LA [ Tickets ]  9/07/2018 Rock Box - San Antonio, TX [ Tickets ]  9/08/2018 Trees - Dallas, TX [ Tickets ]  9/09/2018 Scout Bar - Houston, TX [ Tickets ]  9/11/2018 Concourse - Knoxville, TN  9/12/2018 The Firmament - Greenville SC [ Tickets ]  9/14/2018 The Capitol Room @ HMAC - Harrisburg, PA [ Tickets ]  9/15/2018 Fete Music Hall - Providence, RI  9/16/2018 Mulcahy's - Wantagh, NY [ Tickets ]  9/18/2018 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY [ Tickets ]  9/20/2018 Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY [ Tickets ]  9/21/2018 Piere's - Ft. Wayne, IN [ Tickets ]  9/22/2018 The Blue Note - Harrison, OH  9/23/2018 Diamond's - Louisville, KY [ Tickets ]  9/25/2018 Green Bay Distillery - Green Bay, WI [ Tickets ]  9/27/2018 The Forge - Joliet, IL [ Tickets ]  9/28/2018 Berserker Fest @ The Crofoot - Pontiac, MI  9/29/2018 Pop's - Sauget, IL  9/30/2018 George's Majestic - Fayetteville, AR [ Tickets ]

You can find Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals online at the following and remaining tour dates:

http://www.facebook.com/philipanselmo

http://www.thehousecorerecords.com

http://www.thehousecorestore.com

http://www.facebook.com/housecorerecords

PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS w/ King Parrot:

9/06/2018 Santos - New Orleans, LA [Tickets]

9/07/2018 Rock Box - San Antonio, TX [Tickets]

9/08/2018 Trees - Dallas, TX [Tickets]

9/09/2018 Scout Bar - Houston, TX [Tickets]

9/11/2018 Concourse - Knoxville, TN

9/12/2018 The Firmament - Greenville SC [Tickets]

9/14/2018 The Capitol Room @ HMAC - Harrisburg, PA [Tickets]

9/15/2018 Fete Music Hall - Providence, RI

9/16/2018 Mulcahy's - Wantagh, NY [Tickets]

9/18/2018 Saint Vitus Bar - Brooklyn, NY [Tickets]

9/20/2018 Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY [Tickets]

9/21/2018 Piere's - Ft. Wayne, IN [Tickets]

9/22/2018 The Blue Note - Harrison, OH

9/23/2018 Diamond's - Louisville, KY [Tickets]

9/25/2018 Green Bay Distillery - Green Bay, WI [Tickets]

9/27/2018 The Forge - Joliet, IL [Tickets]

9/28/2018 Berserker Fest @ The Crofoot - Pontiac, MI

9/29/2018 Pop's - Sauget, IL

9/30/2018 George's Majestic - Fayetteville, AR [Tickets]

Gen-X Summer Tour Sweaty Review!

On Aug 21, 2018, the Gen-X Summer tour hit the sweaty stage of Corpus Christi, TX.  The bill included four bands who ruled the airwaves in the 1990's & 2000's and still continue to pump out music today. Headlined by BUCKCHERRY, along with P.O.DLIT, and ALIEN ANT FARM; this tour sure did bring back memories. 

First up was Alien Ant Farm.  Known mostly for their hit rendition of Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal, AAF got the crowd warmed up and showed that they can still rock out.  The short but energetic set also included the fan favorites Courage & Movies, all the while fans sang along with that sparkle in their eye knowing it was going to be a good night.

Up next was the band LIT, who brought an slew of emotions on their set.  Opening up with a cover of Tom Petty's American GirlLit put the crowd in great spirits.  As the set went on, they treated fans to a few new songs that are featured on their new release, These Are The Days, which brings the band in a new direction, leaning more on a country/easy rock vibe.  Finishing out the set, Lit set it off with their well received anthem My Own Worst Enemy leaving a lasting impression with all in attendance.

Next, who I was excited to personally see, was P.O.D., who proved that time has not slowed them down one bit. They were a explosion of energy starting with the song BOOM and only slowed very briefly for the song Youth of The Nation. I wasn't prepared for how explosive P.O.D. is, similar to fans throughout.  Playing classics like Southtown brought a feeding frenzy within the fans, satiating every urge of the musically starved. Known for being tagged as a Christian band, vocalist Sonny took time to let everyone know that they matter and are loved; and that we must take care of each other.  This perfectly led into the song ALIVE, with everyone singing along in beautiful unison.

Closing out the night was the very lively BUCKCHERRY! This is one band that still carries the flag of good time rock and roll, where anything goes and it usually does! Breaking into RIDIN, the crowd quickly lost their minds and gave themselves over to the rock gods of old. Todd (vocalist) can easily work a crowd into puddy and sway them to his delights, giving everyone their rock music prescription.  Watching Buckcherry perform live reminded me of the simple times of when rock music wasn't overly complicated, once you heard it, you instantly knew that you were home.  Playing hits such as Too DrunkLit Up, and Crazy Bitch, Buckcherry gave everyone what they wanted. Good times and lasting memories; more than enough to be cherished indefinitely.

Slayer visits San Antonio for one last time!

Check the link for a show review and photos of Slayers last show in San Antonio, TX.  Photos included of Napalm Death (with interview of Barney), Anthrax and Lamb of God.  All in works with Rockallphotography.com Go check them out for some killer photos, reviews and music releases.

http://rockallphotography.com/?p=23461

Thy Will Be Done sets the bar high on their Corpus Christi, TX show.

     I was excited to see Thy Will Be Done for the first time this past Friday July 20, 2018 at a local dive bar.  Having an up close and personal experience makes the show something very unique and lively.  Once everything was set up, TWBD went from zero to one hundred in a blink of an eye. The energy of each member was top notch and neck bending.  Fans were lucky to also have listened to a new song to a forthcoming album in the works.  And from the sound of it, they have not lost any of their viciousness and sound.  If anything, they are precise and brutal as ever, making fans drool in anticipation of whats to come.  I had to give praise to J Costa (vocals) and the band for an amazing performance and their ability to not having to rely on any backtracks (as to something that has unfortunately become all too common).  Thy Will Be Done kick ass; nuff said!

*In conjunction with Rockallphotography.com*

Be sure to check out my interview with frontman J Costa below!!!

You can find Thy Will Be Done online at the following:

http://presskit.to/thywillbedone
http://www.facebook.com/thywillbedone
http://www.instagram.com/_twbd
http://twitter.com/twbd

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BEHEMOTH BROUGHT DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO CORPUS CHRISTI TX

     Behemoth is an iconic band.  Not only for their music, but also for fighting for what they believe in regardless of what obstacles may come.  I was lucky to photograph them this June 18, 2018 at a local venue: House of Rock.  Somehow they made a headliner show while they were on tour with Slayer.  I wasn't able to shoot them with the Slayer tour, so this gave me the opportunity to take photos and catch the show. 

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      And what a hell of a concert it was.  They completely blew away any expectations that I had and left me with my jaw on the floor.  From their sound, lighting, performance, music; everything was top notch.  Even tho this show was on a weekday, you wouldn't have known by the numbers in attendance.  Everyone in the venue was packed to the gills, which made for the circle pits even that much more punishing.  Behemoth is a band that must be experienced live; no questions asked.

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     The hour and a half set was started with Blow Your Trumpets and cycled through classics such as Ov Fire And The VoidAt The Left Hand Ov God to name a few and came to a close with O Father O Satan O Sun!

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Butcher Babies still remains a favorite to see live!

Somehow this escaped from being posted on here.  So here it is:

   I’m partial to Butcher Babies.  They are one of my favorite bands to see live, and when I saw they were hitting my town, I immediately bought tickets and was ready for the show for about 2 months.  It was a long wait, but wholeheartedly worth it. As before, I bought the pre party VIP experience. Each time I have done this from prior tours, they have always gone above and beyond to make sure everyone has a great time.  I can honestly say that out of all the VIP’s I have bought throughout the years, they are the best. They take the time to hang out and talk with everyone and take more than just the usual one pick, shake a hand and get booted out.  Any chance I get, I will always do a VIP experience with them.

    On May 30, 2018 they played at one of my favorite local venues as well, House of Rock.  I love it because the closeness that you can have with the band, making it a memorable time.  First song up was off their new stellar album LILITH Korova. Everyone in attendance lost their freaking minds, myself included!  Half their set included songs off this new album, including the songs: Lilith, The Huntsman, Look What We’ve Done, along with classic songs of Monster’s Ball, and Magnolia Blvd to name a few.

    Butcher Babies live are a whirlwind of chaos and energy! They have continued to push  themselves with each new album and gaining new fans and solidifying old ones.  They have become role models of what hard work and steel minded determination can accomplish.  Now, if I could only figure how to just follow them on tour to each show, I would be set!

 

You can find Butcher Babies online at the following:

https://butcherbabiesofficial.com/

https://www.instagram.com/butcherbabies/

 

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Nonpoint is all business and in your face. May 29, 2018 Austin, TX

     Nonpoint is currently on the Kings and Queens your with Butcher Babies, Sumo Cyco and Islander.  Each brings its own unique style to the mix which makes for a killer line up. Something interesting on this tour is both Nonpoint and B.B. are alternating closing out the night. 

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     Veterans of the music scene, Nonpoint always brings their A game along with their charisma to drive the crowd go crazy.  This was my second time seeing them and I knew from my last experience that they would not disappoint. The band started off with Bullet with a Name, in which the crowd immediately went insane with shouts and singing along with frontman Elias. Other fan favorites played were: Fuck’d, The Wreckoning, amongst others which ran for the bands hour set.  

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    The crowd was even treated to a couple of new songs.  Which if these two are any indication of what Nonpoint has in store in the near future; they are sure to stay on top of their game.  The band has the energy to get the crowding going into a wild frenzy; leaving each attendant fully satisfied down to their metal soul.

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    And if this wasn’t enough, the band is also doing VIP meet and greets which include an exclusive listening party of their new album due out in the next coming months.  All in all, Nonpoint has been a band that consistently releases a breath of fresh air with new albums and tours. Now, the bad part is having to wait for that new release.

Remaining tour dates:

6.6 - Salt Lake City, UT The Depot NP closes

6.7 - Billings, MT Pub Station B.B. Closes

6.8 - Jerome, ID Diamondz Event Center NP Closes

6.10 - Portland, OR Hawthorne Theater NP Closes

6.11 - Sacramento, CA Holy Diver B.B. Closes

6.12 - San Francisco, CA The Fillmore B.B. Closes

6.13 - Los Angeles, CA The Whisky B.B. Closes

6.14 - Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl NP Closes

6.15 - Mesa, AZ Club Red B.B. Closes

7.12 - Oshkosh, WI Rock USA NP fest

7.15 - South Bend, IN Big Growl 7 NP Fest

 

You can find Nonpoint online at the following:

 

http://www.nonpoint.com

 

UNDEROATH Triumphant Return in Corpus Christi, TX at Concrete Street Amphitheater May 22 2018

     Seeing UNDEROATH live is such a refreshing experience.  They are currently on tour supporting their newest release ERASE ME on the No Fix Tour.  Today's date is almost at the tail end of this current tour,  along with Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya and Currents. 

 

      Having never seen them live before, I didn't know what to expect.  I know they have had a loyal following and everyone has been eager for their return to the stage. Before they came out, you could feel the static of excitement in the air and people gossiping about how they have been planning to come tonight for days on weeks. With the lights dimmed, all members slowly walked out to take the stage.  Then all of the sudden, it was almost if lightning exploded on the stage.  Starting off the set with  On My Teeth , UNDEROATH clearly made a statement.  Never ever doubt them.      

     Having never seen them live before, I didn't know what to expect.  I know they have had a loyal following and everyone has been eager for their return to the stage. Before they came out, you could feel the static of excitement in the air and people gossiping about how they have been planning to come tonight for days on weeks. With the lights dimmed, all members slowly walked out to take the stage.  Then all of the sudden, it was almost if lightning exploded on the stage.  Starting off the set with On My Teeth, UNDEROATH clearly made a statement.  Never ever doubt them.

 

 

      What an introduction.  Across the pit, you could see hundreds of smiling faces all jumping in unison, full of joy and relief that the time had finally come.  As the night continued, UNDEROATH continued their dominating set, giving fans some new and old songs.  It's been a while since I've seen so many people sing and shout together; it was quite deafening.  There was not one face in the crowd that wasn't overwhelmed with happiness at witnessing a triumphant return of the mighty UNDEROARTH.  Hopefully they have a new tour after this one; as there is no way anyone should miss this band live.    

     What an introduction.  Across the pit, you could see hundreds of smiling faces all jumping in unison, full of joy and relief that the time had finally come.  As the night continued, UNDEROATH continued their dominating set, giving fans some new and old songs.  It's been a while since I've seen so many people sing and shout together; it was quite deafening.  There was not one face in the crowd that wasn't overwhelmed with happiness at witnessing a triumphant return of the mighty UNDEROARTH.  Hopefully they have a new tour after this one; as there is no way anyone should miss this band live. 

 

HELMET breaks the sound barrier at House of Rock May 7, 2018

     HELMET are legendary and have inspired scores of bands and musicians since their first inception and even today.  This was my first time seeing HELMET and I had been looking forward to this show for over a month.  Growing up, Page Hamilton graced the covers of so many guitar and metal magazines that I knew there was only one way this night would play out.  

     Lights dim, all the band members take the stage...Page softly strums a few jazz chords...and suddenly...BOOOOMMM!!!! You get hit like a sledgehammer to the face when HELMET turned it to eleven! After regaining my bearings, I was overjoyed with the sounds being produced.  Everyone was like a well running clock that never missed a step.  Page is a master musician, and we were all left in awe of his guitar wizardry.  The crowd and myself were treated to a variety of songs from HELMET's extensive catalog.  After a hour and a half, no one in attendance knew that we were to get more.  The band dug deep and played tracks dating back to Meantime, which was the track that closed out the night. 

     After gathering myself and bringing my mouth off the floor, I was able to walk out into the night fully satisfied, even if I was left temporarily deaf. 

You can find Helmet online at the following:

 

https://www.facebook.com/HelmetMusic

https://www.helmetmusic.com/

 

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Legendary Prong at House of Rock in Corpus Christi, TX May 7, 2018

*This review was done in association with Rockallphotography.com courtesy of Shawn Wiseman and Tag Publicity

     Prong is a beast unto its own.  Three decades has not slowed Tommy Victor down one bit.  If anyone has picked up their latest release (and if you haven’t- go get it) Zero Days you’ll strongly agree.  It easily rips apart many of the newer bands out there.  They are currently on tour with another epic band: Helmet.  So, yes; this is one tour to catch.

    Today was my second time seeing Prong.  As soon as it was announced in my town, I knew it would be a show not to miss. House Of Rock is a bar venue with excellent acoustics and the perfect spot to get close and personal during the show.

    And sure as hell, as soon as the lights dropped, Art Cruz stepped out to start the ramp up.  Followed by Jason Christopher and finally Tommy Victor. In the crowd, were shouts in unison of the brutal beating about to ensue.  With large catalog, Prong played all the classics they are known for: Whose Fist is This Anyway, Beg to Differ, Prove You Wrong, and of course Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck!! Those were just a few of the hour+ long set.  Fans were treated to some killer new songs that were unrelenting and in your face thrash.

    With no barrier separating the stage, Tommy gave fans an up close experience by letting them play on his guitar.  Seriously, with Art’s sonic drumming and Jason’s grooving bass, let alone with the riff monster Tommy Victor, they are on top of their game.  Prong is a staple in music and paved the way for so many bands. When they first started thirty years ago, they were ahead of their time. Even now, they still continue to lead the way and will continue to do so for a long time coming.

Check the link for the video interview with Tommy Victor:

https://youtu.be/iRHoEjfGUTY

 

 

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New Years Day Dominates the fans in Corpus Christi, TX May 1, 2018

     New Years Day is currently on the massively inspiring tour which includes Halestorm, In This Moment and Stitched Up Heart.  Each have their own unique style, but also complementing one another.

     With the air palpable in anticipation of New Years Day, you could witness the crowds excitement as soon as the band took the stage.  Shouts and screams of joy erupted as fans were treated in handfuls.  This was also my first experience seeing New Years Day and was pretty stoked when the pulled out their rendition of Pantera's Fucking Hostile! Being from Texas, this had me in good spirits.  

     Watching New Years Day perform live is quite a vigorous experience and I can see why they have loyal followers with matching dyed hair of front woman Ash Costello.  The band as a whole is able to captivate the crowd by being emotionally and physically driven around the whole stage. This kept the craziness going throughout the whole set.  Coupled with the non stop rock music, made for a memory of which I will not soon forget.  Having seen them now, I will make it a point to see them again in their successful future!

 

 

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Stitched Up Heart Makes You Believe- May 1, 2018

     When I first met Mixi two years ago, I was greeted with a hug.  Having never met me before didn’t hold her back from being such a welcoming human being.  

    Fast forward to the present, she is still that amazing kindhearted person that loves to hug fans! As for the rest of the band:  Merrit (guitar), Decker (drums), Nick (guitar) and Randy (bass), each one is friendly and a joy to talk to and hang out with. It’s like seeing friends every time I’ve seen them in the past couple of years.  

    Tonight was special, Stitched Up Heart are currently on an tour of epic proportions.  They are playing along side some amazing bands: Halestorm, In This Moment and New Years Day! Each band has and is forging their own path to success in the music world to the fans delight.  

    Once Mixi and the guys took the stage, they were showered with shouts of approval with each song they played from their latest album Never Alone. In the crowd you could see fans singing back the lyrics and smile with happiness.  I know I was singing along; but I had to remind myself that I was there to take photos and carry on.

   After their set, each member took turns throughout the night hanging at the merch table.  Old fans and new were able to take photos and get those Mixi hugs to close out a perfect night of music.

    Another highlight for me was that I was able to interview Mixi (which can be played below) about what is currently going on with the band and things to come.  I, for one, am extremely excited for their successful future and will always support them!

 

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In This Moment Continue to Mezmerize - May 1 2018

     On May 1, 2018 In This Moment played at Concrete Street Amphitheater.  This was my third time seeing and photographing their show.  They have to be one of my favorites to shoot.

     Over the years, In This Moment has become a musical mystical giant with its evolution of music and live performance.  Currently on this tour they are still supporting their latest release Ritual which had a much more stripped and raw energy.  Another exciting aspect of this current tour is who they are on the road with.  Four powerful bands in their own right: Halestorm, In This Moment, New Years Day and Stitched Up Heart! Talk about being epic!   

     Before In This Moment came out, you could feel the excitement in the crowd, it was truly electric.  Once the black curtain dropped, shouts and cries of emotion erupted in a thunderous boom.   Chris (guitar), Travis (bass), Randy (guitar), Kent (drums) and the blood girls were at the ready.  Then, out from behind the curtain, Mother Maria stepped forward to be greeted by the adoring fans. 

     Starting off with the song Blood, you instantly knew you were in for a treat. With each song that followed, the fans kept up, hanging on each moment, movement and note played.  The blood legion (fans) are faithful to the band and the band to its fans.  Despite a technical hiccup, Maria let everyone know that they would not be deterred.  In the sea of fans, no one was left without a smile.  

     The only disappointment to the set was that it ended to quickly.  The last two times I've seen them, they had been headlining.  But that is the trade off to seeing so many amazing bands on this tour.  This is truly not one to miss. 

 

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Starset Had Lift off in Corpus Christi, TX April 17, 2018

     Starset had a successful performance in Corpus Christi, TX at Concrete Street Amphitheater this month.  This was my first time seeing them live and it was quite an experience.  From the moody lighting to the use of costumes and fog.  It all made it seem like you were being transported to another planet for a good time.  Everyone in attendance loved every last bit of it and were left satisfied with their set performance. 

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The Scars Heal In Time April 15 2018 Corpus Christi, TX

Houston, TX based The Scars Heal In Time made an appearance in Corpus Christi, TX on April 15, 2018.  It is always a pleasure seeing them. They are currently finished up their tour with City Of The Weak, whom they have toured with before.  The kindness and excitement from Tayler and Kayla Smith is evident. They love meeting fans and playing live.

    Despite a technical hiccup, they pushed forward to give a great performance.  The majority of the songs played were from their most recent EP Unidentified which showed quite a bit of musical growth from their previous release.  Their relentless touring, memorable melodic rock music and unbreakable drive will see these sisters succeed.  Be on the look out and don’t miss this band this band live!

You can find The Scars Heal In Time online at the following:

http://www.thescarshealintime.com/

https://www.instagram.com/thescarshealintime/

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-scars-heal-in-time/492422919

 

 

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