This past Saturday, The Regent it Downtown LA saw an evening of total carnage for Title Fight’s highly anticipate headlining gig. The night started off with the crossover thrash band from Texas, Power Trip. Their guitar driven, heavy songs brought back that old-school vibe which the crowd want to get in the pit and get rowdy; which is exactly what happened.
Next up was Merchandise from Tampa, Florida. The pop/indie/punk outfit was well received by the fans. They calmed the air with their jangly guitar and mellow sounds, giving the crowd a breath before the thrill ride that was Title Fight.
Hailing from Kingston, Pennsylvania, Title Fight put on a tremendous performance to a full house at The Regent. Their set list included songs from their latest album, the more shoegaze than emotional hardcore and reverb heavy Hyperview, which just released on February 3rd. Title Fight also played tracks from their previous and more gutsier albums, Floral Green, Shed, and The Last Thing You Forget. Which definitely pleased the rowdier fans. Nobody near the stage could escape a hit or two from non-stop stage diving throughout Tite Fight’s set, especially with “Rose of Sharon” and the catchy anthem “Secret Society.
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Words & Photography: Manuel Domínguez
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