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When the single “Doomsday” released, it gave us a taste of Holy Hell. As good as that single was, it is barely a taste of what awaits you in this album. Architects have designed something truly special, displaying a high degree of artistry and awareness of their own talent.
Central Disorder does Chicago proud with their album. There’s plenty of heavy music here to last through the night and fill a venue. Between the excellent writing and the fantastic recording, there is a lot to love here.
Stick To Your Guns puts on one great show! Their US tour is continuing throughout the next few weeks. If you’ve never seen any of these bands before, or even if you have, you need to get out and see them. It’s a one-of-a-kind tour that offers a lot of energy and fantastic music. Make sure you don’t miss out!
Here at Fuel the Scene Magazine, we say a lot of albums are must-haves. And they are. But if any album were to be crowned at the top of our list of “things you must listen to”, Ways We Haunt would be a serious contender.
Avatar’s headbanging seemed almost choreographed throughout their songs, and they pulled out every stop for their show. Their name was lit up in a huge light display, they were in full costume, and they brought along props and bubbles. Their set ended with “Smells like a Freak Show”.
The gargoyle lights watched on in glee as the audience took part in the musical ritual. The band gave all their energy, and the audience gave their own. It was a kind of ambiance only achievable at an older venue like this.
Fozzy is the brainchild of WWE wrestler Chris Jericho, and he brought every ounce of his bombastic WWE performance to the stage. The crowd was ready for this, cheering each member as they came out. Rich “The Duke” Ward brought his own brand of explosive energy to the show, moving around the stage enthusiastically. It didn’t slow them down one bit that bassist Pail Di Leo was not with them.