Louder Than Life 2018 Spotlight: TURNSTILE

*This is part of our “Louder Than Life 2018 Spotlight” series where we  focus on some of the up-and-coming bands that fans can see at this year’s Louder Than Life Festival on Sept. 28th-30th.  This week, we’re checking out Turnstile.*

Formed in 2010, Turnstile are Brendan Yates, Franz Lyons, Daniel Fang, Pat McCrory and Brady Ebert. Over the years, they’ve made their name as an innovative, one-to-watch hardcore act with the release of EPs, ‘Pressure to Succeed’ and ‘Step 2 Rhythm’, and a debut album, ‘Nonstop Feeling’. Turnstile puts on some of those classic hardcore shows where you see fans getting on stage with the band, diving from the stage and just all out chaos going on. Of course; we won’t see this happening at Louder Than Life with the large security presence but it has to make you respect the band even more knowing they are use to working under chaotic circumstances and still perform flawlessly. With the exception of Pat McCrory the rest of the band is original members and that is one thing that also contributes to the bands amazing chemistry both on the stage and in the studio.

Turnstile

 

While Louder Than Life this year provides a wide array of genres, Turnstile is the premiere hardcore band to check out on the lineup. They have a massive amount of groove in their music that just inspires you to get up and move around. If it’s late in the day and you are looking for an energy boost all you need to do is check out their set and it will certainly get you pumped. The band just recently dropped their new video and single for “Bomb / I Don’t Wanna Be Blind ” while a lot of their songs are drastically different this is as good of an introduction as any. Turnstile is a band that you will never grow tired of because they have so much variety within their music. You can catch them on Friday September 28th at this years Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. You won’t want to miss this.

You can purchase your Louder Than Life tickets here.

 

 

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