So we have recently reviewed the new Falling With Style EP 'Lost and Found' but also got the chance to head over to their EP launch show to see them strut their stuff in front of a sold out show.
Casey kick things off with their refreshing set. The Post-Hardcore 5 piece hold a sound that can only be described as BIG. They hold a certain aura about them that draws the crowd right onto them. What Max (Vocals) lacks in Frontmanship he makes up for in his general persona about the stage. We say the stage but he spent his entire time singing off stage in the middle of the crowd (It was cool). The set resembled what you hope is the bands EP to come with sections of spoken word and poetry accompanied by an atmospheric instrumental soundscape as a background. Casey truly impressed, providing something wholly different from their live set. These guys are a band that have been making a name for themselves REALLY FAST so expect to see them rising ranks soon!
Breathe In The Silence enter the stage oozing a new professionalism. It seems every time we manage to catch these guys play they up their game. Off the back of new single 'Feathers' they have managed to bump themselves onto a new level that sees them feature in Metal Hammer, Kerrang and even Radio 1. Their live show seems to have benefited greatly from the addition of this song and what seems like a new found flare in the bands performance. The band also showcased a new song 'White Noise' that sounds promising in terms of the bands future. Breathe In The Silence ended the show with a bang with Nathan (Guitar) and Adamross (Vocals) climbing the lighting riggs, stage diving and even singing upside down. The guys seem to be moving from one milestone to the next so keep an eye on this talented rising band.
Create To Inspire are another band on a local level that have been making waves with their energy infused live performances and brutal melodic/hardcore sound. As frontman Sean shouts "This is our heaviest song, I don't give a fuck about Parkway, check this.." you know your in for a treat. They do not disappoint at all with incredible frontmanship that is engaging and gets the crowd amped to harsh growls and screams accompanied by a fast, energetic driven performance. As main support they manage to do exactly what they are on the bill for, they came, they saw, they conquered...