311 Rock Paramount & Overshadow Hoobastank

D. Parvaz of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reviewed Monday night’s concert with opening. Parvaz described saying, “While the band doesn’t sound [listed influences Tool and Faith No More], it certainly sounds like a bunch of others, singing about relationships gone wrong or being depressed and ‘Crawling in the Dark.'” As for , Parvaz said, “ has stayed with its mish-mash of rock, reggae, funk, ska and rap. Imagine a less miserable Sublime crossed with a Fred Durst-less Limp Bizkit with an enormous amount of energy and you get the idea. As soon as started playing, it seemed as though the entire Paramount Theatre was tossed onto a trampoline.” Read more.

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