‘The Worlds Apart Tour’ had its first stop Wednesday (7/26) at Webster Hall in the Marlin Room. The local bands Enochian and Koba got the crowd hyped and ready to mosh. Despite being lesser known, the locals drew a great crowd.
After the local bands, everyone was hyped for the first band on the tour package, Spite. Spite, based out of California started from the beginning with some heavy hitters. It got the crowd rowdy and angry, ready to throw down in the pit. The audience was all having a great time banging their heads, screaming lyrics and dodging oncoming moshers. Spite released a new album called Nothing Is Beautiful on Friday (7/28). I would recommend checking out the album if you can. Spite had a great set and I would definitely see them again their next time around.
After Spite’s set was the next band on tour, Enterprise Earth. They took over the next half hour and played the heavy music everyone came to hear. They played pounding bass, drum and guitar to screaming of Dan Watson who was formally in Infant Annihilator.
Then the band everyone was waiting to hear, Make Them Suffer, took the stage with rage and passion ready to fuck shit up. They tore through their set while the audience screamed and moshed along to all their havoc. They performed both material off their new album Worlds Apart and also their familiar work. They began with “Storms” and then they played through: “Fake,” “Uncharted,” “Elegies,” “Wastelands,” “Midnight Run,” “Let Me In,” “Fireworks,” “Vortex,” “Ether,” and “Bloodmoon.” After the crowd screamed and applauded they came back and played “Widower.”
Make Them Suffer succeeded on the first stop on their U.S. headlining tour (get all remaining dates). Webster Hall has had many shows over the years and this one was definitely worth seeing.
Check out more live photos of Make Them Suffer, Spite and Enterprise Earth at Webster Hall in the gallery below.
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