Chevelle Rock New York City With Kyng + More
Chevelle took New York City by storm when they recently made a stop at Terminal 5, as the band is trekking around in promotion of their new album ‘La Gargola.’
The band treated fans to new songs at the beginning of their set as they performed ‘An Island’ and ‘Take Out the Gunman.’ Chevelle also went onto play other fresh new tracks ‘Hunter Eats Hunter’ and ‘Grab Thy Hand.’
There’s both a certain simplicity and complexity in Chevelle, and while their music pulls at heartstrings for fans, the band itself is there to rock out and have a good time. Frontman Pete Loeffler belted out favorites like ‘The Clincher,’ ‘The Red’ and ‘Send the Pain Below,’ while Sam Loeffler provided steadiness behind the drums and bassist Dean Bernardini added to the force of this talented trio.
Chevelle capped off the set with ‘Face to the Floor’ off of their previous a release ‘Hats Off to the Bull,’ ending the night with a huge eruption from the fans on the floor level of Terminal 5.
Support was provided by California rock triad Kyng. With their new album ‘Burn the Serum’ out earlier this year, they performed infectious tunes ‘Electric Halo’ and ‘In the Land of Pigs’ off of the new disc. Frontman Eddie Veliz is very funny and even charming onstage as he poked fun at some fans in the crowd. The band also performed a stellar cover of Van Halen’s ‘Hot for Teacher.’ Kyng are road dogs and will most likely be rolling through your town; do yourself a favor and check them out.
The fellow Californians of Dayshell got the blood pumping early on as their forceful set kicked things off in the right way with a smattering of songs of their self-titled debut album.
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