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Date of Show: March 12, 2016 Location: Altar Bar, Pittsburgh, PA Review and Photos by: Nina Martin/ StellarPhoto As Pittsburghers roamed filled the streets green from the aftermath of the St Patrick's Parade, the Everything That Got Us Here Tour electrified the Altar Bar on March 12. First up was supporting band Picturesque. The guys played an undoubtedly great set, performing songs off of their recently released EP, Monstrous Things. The crowd was also in for a treat when the band performed a brand new, yet to be named song, which made the fans eager to hear more. I would certainly keep an eye out for what the years brings for this post hardcore group. Hailing from Kentucky, second to play was the quintet, Too Close To Touch. The band performed fan favorites like "Nerve Endings", "Pretty Little Thing", and "Hell to Pay". With catchy hooks and a passionately driven set, Too Close To Touch kept the crowd on their feet. Next up was Palisades. These guys wasted no time making a lasting first impression with their mosh-pit-meets-dance-party energy... they definitely had a House Of Pain meets post hardcore vibe to them right from the opener of their set. Typically halfway through the set you would hear bands commanding to move and get up, this was not the case for Palisades. The crowd's response was overwhelming with love for the band, singing along to even their newest material. "Mind Games" and "Player Haters' Ball" were highlights of their show. San Diego natives Secrets headlined the show and were the spotlight of the night. It is no wonder that the 4 piece band has had such a success over the recent years, they are completely loaded with addictive melodies, and meaty breakdowns.The fans sang in unison to hits like "Dance Of the Dead" and "Left Behind". With Walter's dynamic screams and Roger's exceptional vocals the two compliment each other well and make for a great balance for this live sensation. Produced by members of A Day To Remember, Secrets' newest album, Everything The Got Us Here, released on December 11, 2015. The album can be purchased on iTunes or in stores.





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