• Mon. Mar 4th, 2024

Through Fire/Like a Storm Co-Headline Vamp’d!

August 3, 2019 Through Fire and newly announced Las Vegas residents, Like a Storm co-headlined Count’s Vamp’d. Along with them came WILSON and STITCHED UP HEART. (Unfortunately, I missed Stitched Up Heart’s set, but I heard they were delightful!)

I walked into the venue during WILSON’s set, and DAMN what a phenomenal amount of energy they have! Definitely a party-like band. It’d be pretty difficult to NOT have fun while watching them play!

Check out Wilson’s official website here: http://houseoffuckery.com/

Wilson Gallery:

Next up on the bill was our very own, Like A Storm. (The guys are originally from Auckland, New Zealand but they now call Las Vegas home.) This was the third time I’ve caught these guys, and they are always a pleasure to watch. Even with vocalist Chris Brooks being slighly sick, he definitely did not let that stop him from giving the crowd what they wanted! The guys also included a couple awesome covers such as “Gangster’s Paradise” and Linkin Park’s “Crawling.” (The hair on my arms stood straight up for that one… no lie!)

Check out Like a Storm’s official website here: https://likeastorm.com/

Like a Storm Gallery:

THROUGH FIRE from Omaha, NE closed out the night for us on this round. I had never seen these guys before, but I had heard great things! I wasn’t disappointed in the slightest with their overall set. Tons of jumps and great stage movements. These guys definitely know how to work the stage!

Check out Through Fire’s official website here: http://throughfiremusic.com/

Through Fire Gallery:

All live photos by Courtney Ware for ZrockR Magazine 2019, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

By Courtney Ware

Lead photographer, art director, sometimes editor, and writer for ZrockR Magazine- I am a mother, wife, photographer and a metalhead. Las Vegas Native. I first picked up a camera at 12 years old and I have been carrying one around ever since. I have an incredibly deep connection and love for my Las Vegas local music scene, this is where I first fell in love with music photography and knew that this is what I wanted to be doing with my time here on this planet. I say I'm a metalhead but I really love all kinds of music, I just connect the most with metal. Concerts are my happy place, and the happiest you'll ever see me is at a show with my camera in hand!

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