D. Parvaz of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reviewed Monday night’s 311 concert with Hoobastank opening. Parvaz described Hoobastank 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 311, Parvaz said, “311 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 311 started playing, it seemed as though the entire Paramount Theatre was tossed onto a trampoline.” Read more.