All That Remains
All That Remains just played at the Apollo Theatre on March 10th and blew the house away! The lighting was amazing but the band performance was even better. Philip Labonte put his heart into every song that he was singing and you could tell. Not only did they perform well, but they connected with the audience so much, from getting into the crowd and singing, to just jumping and having fun on stage. Also, their newest guitarist, Jason Richardson, fits into the band so well and is a pleasure to watch perform with the band!
Catch All That Remains in a city near you!
Attila just released a new album called Villain and is currently on tour with All That Remains! I had the honored to be able to shoot them when they came to Belvidere Illinois on sunday, March 10th at the Apollo Theatre AC. Now Attila sounded amazing while performing and had some awesome lighting. Attila also added a lot smoke to the show which added to the lights and gave a very sinister like feel, especially with the red lights. Fronz is also defentily a performer and super fun to watch jump around on stage. When Attila played Middle Fingers Up, the fans in the crowd went crazy and I have never seen as many smiles or as big of a mosh pit as I did during Attila’s set. They are definitely a band to see on this tour if they come to a city near you! Definitely a show to remember.
Sleep Signals is a band currently on tour with Attila and All That Remains and but they are much more than an opening band. Sleep Signals was formed in the year 2013 and has 2 ep’s out which are awesome by the way! Stage performance wise, the lighting was amazing and so was the sound. They are also killer performers and just love rocking out on stage. They are a super photo genetic band which is great for all the photographers and press trying to get photos!
Escape The Fate
Escape The Fate is one of the opening bands for the All That Remains tour but Holy Shit do they make you remember them and their set. I have never had so much shooting a band until I saw these guys live. They make fun and goofy faces at the crowd and cameras. The lighting for their set was also amazing and so bright. Escape The Fate also enjoyed getting involved with the crowd and trying to get as many people as possible to crowd surf to the front and give them a high five with is awesome, for the band, not security. These guys are definitely a band I would love to shoot again in the future and are definitely a band you should check out, especially while they are on tour with Attila and All That Remains.