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SORORITY NOISE is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic Gig! Though it might be a small location in that the group performed, it's made up for in the fantastic atmosphere! The band is fantastic and I'd be more than inclined to see them again.
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome time The venue was nice, clean, and had a good atmosphere. Sorority noise performed amazingly, the newer album is both a step forward and a good compliment to older, familiar songs. The new song was also great and I can't wait for more from these guys.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a fantastic performance. I heard Sorority Noise were a fantastic live band - they did not disappoint! There was so much energy and passion in their performance. If you are a fan of their albums and are wondering if you should go see them live - do it! You will not be disappointing.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST BAND I HAVE SEEN IN A WHILE SORORITY NOISE kicked off their first UK headline tour with a show at Newcastle’s intimate Think Tank? Belting out hits from their debut LP ‘Joy, Departed’ and sophomore release ‘Forgettable,’ it will go down as a show to remember – for both the band and fans. The Hartford, CT, four-piece’s sound dabbles in the genres of pop-punk and emo, but they also immerse their audiences in a soothing ambience that stills their otherwise wild on-stage antics for brief periods. Sorority Noise were just hanging around the venue and smoking section before entering the stage at around 915pm and opening with Nolsey. From this moment you could identify the die-hard fans by their passionate belting out of anything put before them. Catchy lyrics are what Sorority Noise bring to the metaphorical table, and hearing them crisply roll off front-man Cam Boucher’s tongue was a pleasure. Corrigan’s “I wanna be the spit that tingles on your lips,” and Dirty Ickes’ “I’ve learned to love myself more than I could ever love you” are personal highlights and I am thankful to have heard them live. There was a no-nonsense approach to their live performance – speaking infrequently and just getting on with playing an emotionally charged set was the route Sorority Noise headed down. Using Either Way to encourage people to speak out about mental illnesses was a beautiful moment and fans gathered afterwards to open up to Boucher and thank him for the reassurance. That, and Mediocre At Best were memorable moments that I will not forget for a long time. Playing a sub-hour set was enough for the fans who had eagerly waited to see the band again after their last UK stint support Gnarwolves. Penultimately giving Using an outing topped off an amazing set from a band who definitely deserved a bigger crowd. Support came from Bares (Newcastle) and Puppy (London).
Date published: 2016-10-05
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