Pics by Gabriela Jeromimo
Australian metal behemoths Parkway Drive are on the last few dates of their headlining ‘Reverence North American Tour 2018,’ having kicked off the 20-day jaunt in San Diego, CA in late August. August Burns Red, The Devil Wears Prada and Polaris are providing opening support on the late summer trek, which landed at Queens, NY’s Knockdown Center on September 10th.
The tour is in support of Parkway Drive‘s sixth studio album, Reverence, which dropped earlier this year on Epitaph Records, and the band made sure to perform a healthy amount of fresh tracks like “Wishing Wells,” “Prey,” “Cemetery Bloom,” and “The Void,” during their 13-song onslaught in NYC. The Aussies also played a bunch of tracks off Ire such as “Vice Grip,” “Dedicated,” “Crushed,” and “Bottom Feeder,” a few off Horizons like “Carrion,” “Idols and Anchors,” and “Dead Man’s Chest,” plus “Karma” off Deep Blue and “Wild Eyes” off Atlas.
The tour stops in Albuquerque, NM tonight, in Tucson, AZ tomorrow and in Los Angeles, CA for a final show at Hollywood Palladium on Sunday. Get full info HERE.
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