October 25th 2017 I Prevail brought their Wrestling themed Rage on The Stage Tour to Playstation Theater with a few very special guests (or rather, since this is wrestling themed) 3 other tag teams with them and all came out swinging even thought the show started a little late and having to all cut there sets short at least one song(at least from what i herd)
Starting the night off was Escape The Fate, who came out rocking so hard that Robert Ortiz broke the drum kit for a brief second. After that little mishap they continued to “Rage On The Stage” by playing one of their new songs “Four Letter Word” off of their upcoming album I Am Human along with a few classics like “Ungrateful”– ending the night with “This War Is Ours (The Guillotine ll)”.
Coming up next is a band I have seen live about 7 or 8 times and yet still can’t remember one of their full songs: The Word Alive. Despite my own memory, this is a band that always puts on a show filled with an intense passion and crazy energy every time they’re on stage. They have some of the craziest vocals in the game today and there only a few people I can name that have the vocal range of Telle. If you have not checked out this band live yet, I’m telling you do it– you wont be disappointed.
Next up was We Came As Romans who just that week dropped their brand new album Cold Like War, so when they hit the stage I got to see a new side of WCAR I had never seen before. There was a lot of energy and their sound somewhat heavier since I had last seen them around 2015 when they had toured with Chiodos, and from how much I liked this performance, I really can’t wait for their next headlining show ’cause it’s going to be even crazier.
Finally, the main event: I Prevail— who I am fairly new to other then just hearing “LifeLines” and “Chaos”. They had an amazing stage presence and from stage design (which was a pretty cool wrestling ring), to playing cover of Lil Jon‘s “Get Low” as well as “Shots” by LMFAO, the show was something incredible. My favorite moment was when they brought a fan on stage to pretend to be the wrestling villain as they play a pre-recored heel promo. I would love to see what this band does in the future, ’cause for their first headline show (and even though I did not have access to photograph them) this young band really showed what they’re made of, and that they’re definitely here to stay.
Last modified: January 20, 2018