Shelter, Mil-Spec, Constant Elevation & Rule Them All at Saint Vitus (pics)
Krishnacore legends Shelter played a rare show at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus last night (12/19), their first show in a two-night NY/NJ run that wraps up at Garwood, NJ's Crossroads tonight (12/20). Both shows have Constant Elevation -- the new project of Vinnie Caruana (The Movielife) and Sammy Siegler (Youth of Today, Judge, etc) -- and rising Toronto hardcore band Mil-Spec on the bill, and the Vitus show also had LIHC up and comers Rule Them All, who are fresh off releasing their Dreams About... EP and also set to open for Gorilla Biscuits on Long Island in February.
Attendees of the show may remember an incident where Shelter brought a concertgoer on stage after being kicked in the head by a stagediver, and that concertgoer was unfortunately our photographer Stephanie Augello. (We’re glad to hear she’s okay!) Check out Stephanie’s killer shots in the gallery above. And hey, if you feel the need to stagedive (especially BETWEEN SONGS), look before you jump, but if you do knock someone to the ground, pick 'em up, make sure they're ok and apologize!
photos by Stephanie Augello