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ERRA Tear The Roof Off South Florida With Sonic Intensity

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ERRA and Friends Stop by South Florida to Bring a Little Midweek Metal Mayhem to the Masses – Review and Photos of the ERRA Concert at the Revolution Live in Ft Lauderdale, FL

Revolution Live transformed into a sanctuary for metal madness this past Tuesday as ERRA stopped by Ft Lauderdale to bring their unique brand of progressive metalcore to the rabid fans of South Florida. Bringing along with them an impressive international lineup featuring opening acts Novelists and Void of Vision, as well as direct support from Make Them Suffer, the stage was set for an evening of raw energy and musical prowess.

Kicking off the night, french metal maniacs Novelists burst onto the stage with an electrifying performance that set the tone for the rest of the evening. The band recently switched lead singers, and the new vocalist Camille Contreras absolutely killed it on the mic. with soaring leads and ripping screams leaving no doubt that she is the right choice for the job. The band’s seamless blend of melodic hooks and crushing breakdowns captivated the audience from the first note, and their setlist mainly showcased their latest album “Deja Vu” along with their yet-untitled upcoming album. Im excited to see what comes next from Novelists as they perfect their combination of skillful musicianship and dynamic stage presence.

Following Novelists, Void of Vision took the stage with a relentless onslaught of aggression and intensity. While the previous band’s songs had some calmer, more melodic parts, Void of Vision’s jams were 100% go, all the time. The Australian band’s punishing riffs and relentless energy ignited the mosh pits, as fans eagerly embraced the chaos and let loose to the band’s ferocious sound. The band mainly showed off their latest album “Chronicles“, and songs like “Year of the Rat” and “Into the Dark” delivered a sonic shotgun blast that left a lasting impression on all in attendance.

As the anticipation began to reach its peak, Make them Suffer emerged amidst a backdrop of atmospheric lighting, ready to unleash their signature blend of Aussie metalcore upon the eager crowd. From the haunting opener “Ghost of Me” to the brutal breakdowns of “Hollowed Heart” and “Soul Decay“, the band delivered a performance that was devastating and had the entire room in a circle pit throughout the set. Vocalist Sean Harmanis commanded the stage with his powerful growls and killer stage presence, while the rest of the band showcased their technical prowess with precision and finesse.

Finally, it was time for the main event. Closing out the night with a thunderous roar, ERRA took the stage by storm, delivering a masterclass in progressive metalcore that left jaws on the floor and hearts racing. With intricate guitar work, thunderous drums, and soaring vocals, the band delivered a set that was equal parts breathtaking and exhilarating. ERRA showcased their latest album “Cure“, which just came out this month. New songs such as “Pale Iris” and “Crawl Backwards Out of Heaven” were heavy as ever, and older tracks like “Snowblood” and “Gungrave” drew the audience into a hypnotic trance that lasted until the final notes.

Gleb Barabanov is South Florida Insider's Vice President, Graphic Designer and Webmaster, as well as a Photographer and Writer covering events all over the world. Originally born in Odessa, Ukraine, Gleb now calls the sunny Florida area home, where he attended Full Sail University and received a Bachelors of Arts in Film Production. Gleb is obsessed with music, cameras, guitars, and his Shiba Inu, Yoshi

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