Issues brings Headspace to Raleigh
Photos by: Luke Jamroz
Issues are supporting their latest record, Headspace, and looking to gain some momentum with this packed bill. With their self-proclaimed “intercoastal heavy pop,” this five-piece group are making a name for themselves on a national stage.
The Atlanta-based band is calling a new level of recognition home as they take the US by storm, which includes the Carolinas. Issues brought along Volumes, Too Close To Touch, and Sylar to play the Ritz Raleigh earlier this week!
LA-based nu metalcore quintet Volumes is on the rise, hoping to start a fresh chapter in their. After some controversy earlier this year, involving some fists, slurs, and ex-vocalists, Volumes is back with a new album entitled Different Animals, Volumes is aiming or 2017 to be their best year yet.
From the depths of Kentucky, Too Close To Touch is bring their brand of alt-rock all over the US. Their latest full-length, 2016’s Haven’t Been Myself, is taking them all over the US, stringing along their newest single “Leave You Lonely” is gearing up fans for a new TCTT era. Until a new record drops, we can jam on LYL and their Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7 cover of Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha’s “In The Name Of Love.”
NY’s metalcore group is slowly but surely rising to the top of the bill, thanks to the release of 2016’s Help. We can only hope that the new year brings new music, but Help will suffice for now. Catch them in Australia in the coming months for a kick ass tour with Miss May I!