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ERRA's sold out night in Denver

ERRA’s Cure North American Tour hit Colorado on May 21, 2024. This sold out show took place at Summit Music Hall, a renowned music venue in downtown Denver. ERRA is a progressive metalcore band hailing from Birmingham, Alabama. On this tour they brought along Make Them Suffer, Void Of Vision, and NOVELISTS to make up an astonishing lineup for the night.

ERRA by Courtney Karikka

First up was NOVELISTS, a progressive metalcore band from Paris, France. While they are similar to ERRA in their genre, I definitely haven’t heard anything quite like them before. It was their first time touring in the US, and they could not have done a better job at getting the crowd ready for what else the show had in store for them. Void Of Vision, an Australian metalcore band, was up next, and just like NOVELISTS, had no issue getting the crowd pumped up making everyone dance and jump along to their songs.

Make Them Suffer by Courtney Karikka

Lastly, Make Them Suffer took the stage, and their energy was unmatched. They had the whole crowd singing and headbanging along to their songs. But, the anticipation for ERRA to finally come on was unwavering. I’ll never forget how loud everyone got as the intro music started to play as they finally came on, it was the loudest I’ve ever heard a crowd be, that’s for sure. They opened with “Cure" which not only is the namesake of the tour, but also the opening track and name of their most recent album release that came out on April 5, 2024. The masses were immediately enthralled with the performance happening before them. As the setlist progressed, the crowd never missed a beat. Jesse Cash and JT Cavey’s interchanging vocals were so enticing and everyone was just eating it up. Although Jesse happened to be sick at the time of this show, that didn’t stop him from giving a show stopping performance. Even though most of the songs on the setlist only came out over a month ago that didn’t stop diehard fans from knowing every single word. The singing, circle pits, and crowd surfers never seemed to stop with movement coming from the pit every couple minutes. As the band left before the encore the room felt electrifying with everyone chanting, “ERRA,” wanting them to come on for a few more songs; luckily, they didn’t have to wait too long. The band closed with “Snowblood” and "Skyline,” two fan favorites from their older albums. This is the second time I’ve been to a date on this tour, and this show was even better than the last. The energy in the room was so captivating, and you just couldn’t help but dance and headbang along to every word that was being sung or, in some cases, screamed. ERRA truly knows how to dazzle a crowd. If you can make it out to any of the remaining dates, which unfortunately isn’t many at this point, I highly recommend it. You don’t want to miss this tour, it's like no other!

All above photos of ERRA, Make Them Suffer, Void Of Vison and NOVELISTS were taken by Courtney Karikka

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ERRA is JT Cavey (vocals), Jesse Cash (guitar), Clint Tustin (guitar), Conor Hesse (bass), and Alex Ballew (drums).


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