August Burns Red with Special Guests: We Came As Romans, Hollow Front, Void of Vision | Saturday, August 27th, 2022 at 8pm, The Paramount, 370 New York Ave. Huntington, NY 11743

August Burns Red “Through The Thorns Tour”

with Special Guests: : We Came As Romans, Hollow Front, Void of Vision

Saturday, Aug 27 2022

SHOW AT 8pm  |   DOORS AT 7pm


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We Came As Romans

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Hollow Front

The words “hollow” and “front,” independently, can both imply a lack of substance, sincerity and passion. “Hollow” is somewhat self-explanatory, while “front” can be often likened to a façade or non genuine, staged version of one’s self. The point is that neither of the two, on their own, imply stellar things. Putting the two together is an even riskier move—however, when it comes to Michigan metalcore prodigies Hollow Front, it would appear that they’ve taken what might have otherwise been two negatives and made one Hell of a positive. Erupting from Grand Rapids, Michigan out of seemingly nowhere, Hollow Front have made a monstrous name for themselves within the contemporary metalcore community—in just over four years, no less—impressing critics and casual listeners alike with their blend of catchy, creative melodies and murky, murderously heavy metallic prowess. The result? An act that is neither hollow nor—for lack of a better term—frontin’….


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Void of Vision

“Since their burst onto the metal scene eight years ago, Australia’s Void Of Vision have used their platform as a projection of anger, apathy, darkness and despair. Whether faithful fan or peripheral onlooker, the band’s previous recorded, visual and live performance elements made their bleak sentiments clear for anyone to see. Released in late 2021, the band’s latest EP CHRONICLES I: LUST, smashed this perception. The four-track effort, first introduced by singles ‘THE LONELY PEOPLE’ and ‘VAMPYR’ found frontman Jack Bergin expressing himself with an openness, clarity and purpose never before seen. While historically Void Of Vision has been an outlet for his internal angst and self-loathing, LUST, unravelled the beginning of a personal expedition to become a better human, embrace a new outlook on life, and at the same time lift his focus towards the issues and injustices in the world around him. Now on over 1 million streams,….