Coverage: Attila caused ‘chaos’ in NJ w/ Fire From The Gods & Currents (12/8)


Two Fridays ago (Dec. 8th), a great show came and rocked Jersey City’s White Eagle Hall. This was Attila’s first stop on a three date tour.

The night opened with great locals, Crunk Punk and Enochian. Their sets both kicked ass and set the stage for what was to come.

The first band to play from the tour, Currents had a great set and played some of my personal favorites such as “Apnea” and “Night Terrors.” Currents just recently released their new album, The Place I Feel Safest, last June via Sharptone Records. It is definitely a release to check out. Don’t sleep on these guys — they’re great!

After Currents‘ set, Fire From the Gods took stage. I wasn’t previously familiar with Fire From the Gods, but I think they played an equally amazing set. The lead singer’s vocals were clean and hammered the room. I will definitely see them again.

Next up were the guys from Attila who tore apart the stage. Stage divers and tons of moshing — it was one rowdy set. I was even thinking about getting into the pit myself. Along with this show being Attila’s first stop on the mini tour, it was also the first time they played their new song “Three 6” (make sure to give it a listen!), along with tracks from their latest LP Chaos and more.

Attila and all the other bands had a great show, and everyone had an amazing night. Check out a few photos from the NJ concert in the gallery below.

Attila will tour Europe and the Philippines in the spring (get more info). The band are working on a new full-length album, as well (stay tuned for more).


Fire from the Gods: