Posts tagged Rise Records
Beartooth Bring The Disease Tour To Cannery Ballroom

I recently had the pleasure of covering Beartooth’s The Disease Tour Part II at Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, TN. Bringing along Dead American, Hands Like Houses, and Of Mice & Men, we knew Beartooth were ready to cause a ruckus at the large yet intimate venue.

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When Broken Is Easily Fixed: 15th Anniversary Tour

Silverstein are back at it with the second leg of their “When Broken is Easily Fixed” 15th anniversary tour. The band hit the road with Capstan, As Cities Burn, and Hawthorne Heights to cross the country hitting all of the markets that they skipped the first time around.

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The Acacia Strain | Exit/In | Nashville, TN

Let’s face it, anniversary tours have become commonplace over the last few years, cashing in on the idea of nostalgia. Rarely do you get two bands touring together on anniversaries of albums, and it’s even more rare that the albums were instrumental in progressing their genres. After The Burial and The Acacia Strain teamed up for the Rareform Across The Continent tour and we knew as soon as it was announced that it wouldn’t be one to miss. Check out our thoughts on the tour, which also included Make Them Suffer and Erra, after the jump.

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The Get Up Kids | Mercy Lounge | Nashville, TN

The Get Up Kids wound down their recent tour with a stop in Nashville, TN. With support from Ageist and Racquet Club, The Get Up Kids drew a large crowd which was impressive because Smashing Pumpkins were performing in Nashville on the same night. Mercy Lounge is certainly a small venue for an established band to play, making the show an intimate experience for everyone there as it was an up close and personal performance.

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Hatebreed | Exit/In | Nashville, TN

Hatebreed recently came through Nashville on the second leg of their 20 Years Of Desire, 15 Years Of Perseverance tour along with Crowbar, The Acacia Strain, and Twitching Tongues. 

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Makeout | The Abbey | Orlando, FL

Makeout, formerly known as Trophy Wives, are making a name for themselves while also bringing old and new fans with them. Opening last night for Icon For Hire, the band proved they could put on just as big of a show as a headlining act. Although most in the crowd were there to see the main act, Makeout definitely owned the stage. Pairing their never ending energy and unapologetically real lyrics, the band truly gave the show their all.

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