Australian metal band Make Them Suffer headline in Minneapolis with By The Thousands, SPITE and Enterprise Earth

Australian metal outfit Make Them Suffer brought their intimate and intense Worlds Apart tour to Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis in support of their July 28 release “Worlds Apart.” Still in the beginning of their world tour, Make Them Suffer put on an unrelenting live show, proving why the band is on the rise in the genre.

Composed of Sean Harmanis (vocals), Booka Nile (keys), Nick McLernon (guitar), Tim Madden (drums), and Jaya Jeffery (bass), the Perth quintet headlined an incredibly intimate and passionate show, making it difficult for any member of the crowd to not give back the same intensity to the band and definitely a show to not miss.

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Opening the show was local Minneapolis based band By the Thousands. The melodic quintet set the tone for the evening, charging on stage and putting on a fierce and tight knit performance. Next on stage was crowd favorite metal band SPITE. Easily the set with the most crowd participation outside of Make Them Suffer, SPITE brought a formidable and unparalleled stage presence that was equally matched by their intense brand of metal. Washington deathcore band Enterprise Earth was the last of the support bands to play, getting the crowd revved up and continuing the intensity set by the previous bands.

SPITE

SPITE

SPITE

SPITE

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Enterprise Earth

Enterprise Earth

Enterprise Earth

By The Thousands

By The Thousands

Catch Make Them Suffer in North America this summer:
08/06 Saskatoon, SK – Saskatoon Events Centre
08/07 Edmonton, AB – The Neddle Vinyl Tavern
08/08 Calgary, AB – The Gateway
08/10 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore Cabaret
08/12 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
08/13 Seattle, WA – Neumos
08/15 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
08/17 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
08/18 San Diego, CA – Soma
08/22 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
08/23 El Paso, TX – Rockhouse Bar & Grill
08/24 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
08/25 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music Hall
08/26 Houston, TX – Walter’s Downtown
08/29 Margate, FL – O’Malley’s Sports Bar
08/30 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
08/31 Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
09/01 Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
09/02 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge

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Australian metal band Make Them Suffer headline in Minneapolis with By The Thousands, SPITE and Enterprise Earth

Australian metal outfit Make Them Suffer brought their intimate and intense Worlds Apart tour to Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis in support of their July 28 release “Worlds Apart.” Still in the beginning of their world tour, Make Them Suffer put on an unrelenting live show, proving why the band is on the rise in the genre.

Composed of Sean Harmanis (vocals), Booka Nile (keys), Nick McLernon (guitar), Tim Madden (drums), and Jaya Jeffery (bass), the Perth quintet headlined an incredibly intimate and passionate show, making it difficult for any member of the crowd to not give back the same intensity to the band and definitely a show to not miss.

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Opening the show was local Minneapolis based band By the Thousands. The melodic quintet set the tone for the evening, charging on stage and putting on a fierce and tight knit performance. Next on stage was crowd favorite metal band SPITE. Easily the set with the most crowd participation outside of Make Them Suffer, SPITE brought a formidable and unparalleled stage presence that was equally matched by their intense brand of metal. Washington deathcore band Enterprise Earth was the last of the support bands to play, getting the crowd revved up and continuing the intensity set by the previous bands.

SPITE

SPITE

SPITE

SPITE

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Make Them Suffer

Enterprise Earth

Enterprise Earth

Enterprise Earth

By The Thousands

By The Thousands

Catch Make Them Suffer in North America this summer:
08/06 Saskatoon, SK – Saskatoon Events Centre
08/07 Edmonton, AB – The Neddle Vinyl Tavern
08/08 Calgary, AB – The Gateway
08/10 Vancouver, BC – The Biltmore Cabaret
08/12 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
08/13 Seattle, WA – Neumos
08/15 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
08/17 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction
08/18 San Diego, CA – Soma
08/22 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater
08/23 El Paso, TX – Rockhouse Bar & Grill
08/24 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
08/25 San Antonio, TX – Alamo City Music Hall
08/26 Houston, TX – Walter’s Downtown
08/29 Margate, FL – O’Malley’s Sports Bar
08/30 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
08/31 Spartanburg, SC – Ground Zero
09/01 Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
09/02 Philadelphia, PA – Voltage Lounge

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