Us Against The World Tour
Webster Hall – New York, NY – 3.26.2016
Photos by: Carolina Rivera

This weekend was definitely a special one on the NY stop of Slaves’ headlining “Us Against the World” tour. Opening the night was female fronted, metalcore band Conquer Divide who definitely kicked ass. You wouldn’t know the group is composed of all girls just by listening to their music, but they did a great job setting themselves apart as soon as they hit the stage. Conquer Divide was followed by Outline in Color, a 6 piece post-hardcore band from Oklahoma. Soon after, the Texas based metalcore band Myka Relocate hit the stage, blending electronic hardcore screaming and smooth vocals beautifully. Setting the tone for the rest of the night and making sure everyone was on their feet, labelmates Capture the Crown hit the stage with head-banging beats and vocals along with a few jokes about Nickelback before wrapping up their set. They then invited everyone in the house to sing happy birthday to Slaves singer Jonny Craig. Finally, headliners Slaves took the stage, igniting multiple mosh pits while displaying Jonny’s show stopping vocals. Conquer Divide singer Kiarely Castillo was then invited back up on stage to join them for “Starving for Friends.” They then ended the show with “My Soul is Empty and Full of White Girls.” It was a sold-out show that left the crowd in high spirits – yet another eventful night in New York.