We previously caught up with Tribe Society in New York City for a stripped down live session where the band performed a few of their tracks including “Problems” and “Secrets,” which can be found below!
Be sure to catch the band this summer on the Vans Warped Tour! For more information, click here!
In just a couple of weeks, SECRETS will be hitting the road for the Everything That Got Us Here tour! Kicking off on February 24th in Sacramento and wrapping on March 27th in Los Angeles, the band’s headlining tour will feature support from Palisades, Too Close To Touch, and Picturesque.
Tickets are available for purchase here and the full list of tour dates can be found below!
2.24 – Sacramento, CA @ Boardwalk
2.25 – Portland, OR @ Analog Theater
2.26 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
2.27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Billboard Live
2.28 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
3.1 – St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
3.2 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
3.3 – Pontiac, MI @ The Pike Room
3.4 – Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
3.5 – Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
3.6 – Worcester, MA @ Palladium
3.8 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall (Marlin Room)
3.9 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
3.10 – Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
3.11 – Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry
3.12 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
3.13 – Freehold, NJ @ GameChangerWorld
3.15 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
3.16 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
3.17 – Orlando, FL @ BackBooth
3.19 – Grand Prairie, TX @ QuikTrip Park*
3.20 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
3.21 – San Antonio, TX @ Korova
3.23 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
3.24 – Mesa, AZ @ Pub Rock
3.25 – San Diego, CA @ SOMA
3.26 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
3.27 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy
*So What?! Music Festival
San Diego post-hardcore rockers, SECRETS, have announced their upcoming album, Everything That Got Us Here! To be released on December 11th via Velocity/Rise Records, the album was produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember) and Tom Denney (A Day To Remember) and is the first release with new vocalist, Wade Walters.
When discussing the band’s new music, vocalist and guitarist Richard Rogers states, “Everyone is on their own journey, chasing their own dreams…The first rule you should know about this journey is that it doesn’t matter how much money, time or work you put into it. The thing that matters most is that you don’t get left behind and never give up on it. This album is about our journey thus far and everything that got us here.“
2. Rise Up
3. Left Behind
4. Learn To Love
5. Half Alive
6. The Man That Never Was
7. For What It’s Worth
8. I’ll Be Fine
9. Turn The Page
10. "In Loving Memory”
11. The One With No One
The Devil Wears Prada, Born Of Osiris, The Word Alive, Secrets
Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
Monday, April 6th, 2015
Review by Caitlyn Willard
Baltimore Soundstage was filled with anxious fans ready to see the “Zombie 5 Tour”, a celebration of The Devil Wears Prada’s Zombie EP which was released five years ago. Although most were there to see TDWP, plenty were just as excited for the openers: SECRETS, Born of Osiris, and The Word Alive.
SECRETS did a great job opening and were able to get the crowd energized for what would be a memorable night. Frontman Aaron Melzer took command of the stage as he crushed heavier tunes like ‘The Oath’ and ‘Artist Vs. Who?’. Clean vocalist/ guitarist Richard Rogers’ vocals intertwined beautifully with Melzer’s screams and he even stepped away from his guitar for ‘Dance of the Dead’ which brought the focus to his vocal abilities. SECRETS closed the night with ‘Live Together, Die Alone’ which really brought the crowd into high gear, and put a massive smile onto Melzer’s face.
Next up was, Born of Osiris, hailing from Chicago, IL. The quintet started the night with “Divergency” and two mosh pits began to open as the song progressed. There were obviously a decent amount of fans in attendance as the crowd began to get rowdy. Guitarist, Lee Mckinney, captivated the audience with his incredible guitar solos throughout their set. I have never seen Born of Osiris play before, but the group left me very impressed with their performance, finishing off their night with “Machine”.
By the time The Word Alive stormed onto the stage, the crowd had probably doubled in size. Frontman, Telle Smith’s presence was infectious and the crowd went crazy as soon as he stepped on stage. Smith would change from high shrieks to burly growls in an instant, showing off the control he has over his voice. Guitarists Zack Hanson & Tony Pizutti were musically in sync throughout the night along with drummer, Luke Holland, who is always a pleasure to see perform. ‘2012’ was the most intense song of their set that night, the crowd started a massive circle pit which later turned into multiple mosh pits. TWA finished their set with crowd favorite ‘Life Cycles’, which had Telle jumping into the crowd, leaving fans with a night to remember.
The lights dimmed and the signature logo lit up, The Devil Wears Prada made their way on to stage, ready to play for a very eager crowd. They started off with a bang, heading straight into ‘Assistant To The Regional Manager’. TDWP played for a little over an hour straight without even stopping to take a break. That time was filled with an abundance of crowd surfers, crowd sing-a-longs, and massive pits. Prada played a variety of older songs like ‘Reptar: King of The Ozone’ and ‘Hey John, What’s Your Name Again?’ which left the die hard fans very pleased. Of course the night also included ‘Zombie EP’ being played front to back for the first time ever. Fans were also delighted to hear a brand new track that is yet to be released. Prada left the stage, but quickly came back out to perform an encore that consisted of “ Born to Lose” and “Danger: Wildman”. TDWP gave their all into their performance and the crowd gave them the same energy back.
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