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Conveyer release their new record at The Garage alongside Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi and Infinite Me

Wisconsin hardcore band Conveyer finished their first national tour in support of their new record “No Future,” which was released on June 23. The band played a record release show at The Garage in Burnsville, MN, with Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi, and Infinite Me as opening support.

Conveyer, composed of Ty Brooks (guitar), Daniel Adams (vocals), John Gaskill (drums), Jake Smith (bass), and Jared Evangelista (guitar), put on an incredibly passionate and cathartic performance, playing new tracks from “No Future” in addition to tracks from their Victory Records debut “When Given Time To Grow.” It was clear from the moment when the members of Conveyer took the stage that the band brought along an undeniable and infectious energy, that was returned from the crowd.

Minneapolis post-hardcore band Infinite Me provided direct support to Conveyer. The band played an eerie and moody set, which complemented the ambiance of the stage lighting. Melodic hardcore band Nanashi, also from Minneapolis, had a stage presence only topped by Conveyer’s performance, as the band played a dynamic set that sparked a cyclical energy between the crowd and the band members. Minneapolis’ pop-punk quintet Unturned received one of the biggest crowd reactions, as people packed tightly together to sing along during the whole set. Creep Colony, the show opener and the first of the local bands to play, put out a finely tuned, 15 minute set, setting the tone and warming up the crowd for the rest of the show.

Indiana based eclectic hardcore band Church Tongue was the only band on Conveyer’s full tour to play the record release date, and even though they played before three local bands, the band did not disappoint, playing with fervent energy.

Even though Conveyer just finished a North American run, expect additional U.S. and international dates to be announced soon.

Church Tongue

Unturned

Unturned

Unturned

Nanashi

Nanashi

Nanashi

Infinate Me

Infinate Me

Infinate Me

Creep Colony

Creep Colony

Creep Colony

Conveyer

Conveyer

Conveyer

Conveyer

Church Tongue

Alexa Chihos
Alexa Chihos is a music photographer based in Boston. See her work at alexachihosphotography.com.

Conveyer release their new record at The Garage alongside Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi and Infinite Me

Wisconsin hardcore band Conveyer finished their first national tour in support of their new record “No Future,” which was released on June 23. The band played a record release show at The Garage in Burnsville, MN, with Creep Colony, Church Tongue, Unturned, Nanashi, and Infinite Me as opening support.

Conveyer, composed of Ty Brooks (guitar), Daniel Adams (vocals), John Gaskill (drums), Jake Smith (bass), and Jared Evangelista (guitar), put on an incredibly passionate and cathartic performance, playing new tracks from “No Future” in addition to tracks from their Victory Records debut “When Given Time To Grow.” It was clear from the moment when the members of Conveyer took the stage that the band brought along an undeniable and infectious energy, that was returned from the crowd.

Minneapolis post-hardcore band Infinite Me provided direct support to Conveyer. The band played an eerie and moody set, which complemented the ambiance of the stage lighting. Melodic hardcore band Nanashi, also from Minneapolis, had a stage presence only topped by Conveyer’s performance, as the band played a dynamic set that sparked a cyclical energy between the crowd and the band members. Minneapolis’ pop-punk quintet Unturned received one of the biggest crowd reactions, as people packed tightly together to sing along during the whole set. Creep Colony, the show opener and the first of the local bands to play, put out a finely tuned, 15 minute set, setting the tone and warming up the crowd for the rest of the show.

Indiana based eclectic hardcore band Church Tongue was the only band on Conveyer’s full tour to play the record release date, and even though they played before three local bands, the band did not disappoint, playing with fervent energy.

Even though Conveyer just finished a North American run, expect additional U.S. and international dates to be announced soon.

Church Tongue

Unturned

Unturned

Unturned

Nanashi

Nanashi

Nanashi

Infinate Me

Infinate Me

Infinate Me

Creep Colony

Creep Colony

Creep Colony

Conveyer

Conveyer

Conveyer

Conveyer

Church Tongue

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