Pics: Blessthefall, The Word Alive, Ded, Thousand Below & A War Within live in NYC (9/16)

Photos by Lina Glasir

Blessthefall

The ‘Hard Feelings Tour,’ featuring headliners Blessthefall and support acts The Word Alive, Ded, Thousand Below and A War Within, kicked off early last month in Albuquerque, NM and has thus far ravaged through a total of 26 markets with four more cities to go.

The tour landed in New York City at Gramercy Theatre on September 16th, featuring a 14-song closing set from Blessthefall, consisting of a ton of new songs from their latest LP, Hard Feelings, like “Wishful Sinking,” “Cutthroat,” “Melodramatic,” “Sleepless In Phoenix,” “Keep Me Close,” and “Welcome Home.” The guys also dished out tracks off Hollow Bodies, Awakening, Witness, and His Last Walk.

The Word Alive played songs from their new record, Violent Noise, such as “Red Clouds,” “I Fucked Up,” and “Why Am I Like This?.” A highlight from the band’s set includes their performance of “Misery” which they dedicated to Kyle Parone of We Came As Romans.

Ded, Thousand Below and A War Within all performed six to seven songs each, throwing down numbers from their latest efforts, Mis•an•thrope, The Love You Let Too Close and Believe, respectively, plus more.

Check out our extensive gallery from the show below.

Coming up at Gramercy Theatre:

10/3 – Paradise Lost, Sólstafir, The Atlas Moth
10/5 – Gary Clark Jr. (sold out!)
10/7 – After The Burial, The Acacia Strain, Erra, Make Them Suffer

A War Within:



Thousand Below:



Ded:



The Word Alive:






Blessthefall:



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