Written By | Jeremy Messmore
Kicking things off in a big way, Unearth brought a huge energy. All the members clearly love what they do, and it shows. Playing songs dating back to their 2004 album The March, Unearth showcased that riffs are timeless.
The crowd was insanely lively and there was a great energy in the room for the whole set.
Closing out the night was All That Remains. Last year the band lost their lead guitarist Oli Herbert, but new guitarist Jason Richardson (ex Born of Osiris, Chelsea Grin) has stepped up and filled that role incredibly. It was clear many long time fans of the band approved of the new member throughout the set praising him and yelling his name. My favorite part of their set was seeing the diversity in ages of the crowd, All That Remains is a great entry to heavy music and it brings out all kinds of people, some as young as 5 years old.
All That Remains played a great mix of songs including songs from their newest album Victim of the New Disease, as well as classics such as Six and Two Weeks. I for one am excited to see the future of this band and canʼt wait to see them play again.
Photo Credit: Jeremy Messmore