Noise Rock/Mathcore legends 'Daughters' could easily be considered one of the best live performances in heavy music. With unparalleled chaos and energy they led a packed crowd at House of Independents in Asbury Park, NJ. The band was formed in 2002 in Providence, RI and have released four studio albums including the mathcore masterpiece Hell Songs in 2005. Their latest release, You Won't Get What You Want, brings a notably more atmospheric tone while maintaining the brute power and unpredictable nature that have become their trademark while cranking the wall of noise up to 11. Awe inspiring to say the least, their unique blend of technical shredding and brutal, droning noise is a captivating spectacle that is not to be missed. Catch them on tour this fall at the dates below.
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Counterparts passed through Philadelphia on July 31st as part of the 2019 Pure Noise Tour. The Canadian melodic hardcore act brought a powerful mix of deep emotion and intensity to the Theater of the Living Arts, playing a fan pleasing mix of new and old tunes, including a new track off their upcoming album called "Nothing Left To Love". Never a disappointment, Counterparts is a must-see live performance for fans of metalcore and hardcore. Their most recent release, the "Private Room" EP, is available via Pure Noise Records.
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In Spring 2019 'The Black Dahlia Murder' joined Swedish progressive metal legends 'Meshuggah' on a brief US tour, stopping at Hammerstein Ballroom on May 16th. The pair shredded the stage with equal parts brutal aggression and technical mastery, and the packed house of passionate fans had no problem matching their intensity. The Black Dahlia will be touring the US extensively throughout September and October, so if you are a fan of fast shredding black metal do not miss the chance to see them live! Social media links below, and don't forget to follow @enjoyhappypill for more concerts and events. Please enjoy these photos by Jon Reino Photography
The Black Dahlia Murder
Crystal Lake performing at the Kingsland in Brooklyn on 3/3/19. This was the Japanese metalcore heavyweight's first performance in New York City. Photography by Jon Reino
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