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Headling Their First US Tour, Meet Me @ The Altar Takes Lakewood By Storm

Meet Me @ the Altar, the sensational pop-punk band known for their infectious energy and empowering anthems, has embarked on a highly anticipated headlining tour across the United States, captivating audiences with their electrifying performances and undeniable stage presence. From coast to coast, fans have been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to experience the band's dynamic live show, and the tour has not disappointed, delivering a high-octane musical experience that has left concert-goers buzzing with excitement. With their powerful vocals, compelling lyrics, and boundless charisma, Meet Me @ the Altar has solidified their status as a must-see act, drawing in crowds of all ages and proving themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the contemporary music scene.



Opening for MM@TA, Honey Revenge, the dynamic pop-rock band - consisting of vocalist Devin Papadol, guitarist Donovan Llyod, on-tour bassist Tay Fishcer and drummer Matt Arsenault - that burst onto the music scene in 2020, brought their infectious energy and captivating sound to Mahall's captivating the audience with a performance that showcased their undeniable talent and boundless potential.



Kicking off their set with the anthemic “Seeing Negative" the band wasted no time in setting the tone for an evening filled with catchy hooks, emotive lyrics, and an unyielding passion for their craft. Honey Revenge's setlist was a well-crafted blend of fan favorites, each song a testament to the band's ability to craft memorable, introspective tunes. Tracks like "Rerun" and “Airhead" had the audience swaying and singing along.


Throughout the performance, Devin’s powerful vocals and magnetic stage presence were complemented by the tight-knit musical cohesion of the band, creating a seamless and immersive experience for the audience.




Following Honey Revenge, Meet Me @ The Altar (MM@TA) brought an electrifying and empowering performance to Mahall's, leaving the crowd in awe with their infectious energy and undeniable talent. The all-female pop-punk trio—comprised of guitarist Téa Campbell, vocalist Edith Johnson, and drummer Ada Juarez—delivered a show that was nothing short of exhilarating.


From the moment they stepped on stage, MM@TA captivated the audience with their unapologetic and anthemic sound. Opening with "Same Language," the band set the tone for an evening filled with high-octane riffs, thunderous drum beats, and soaring vocals. The chemistry between the band members was palpable, as they effortlessly commanded the stage with their dynamic presence and unwavering passion for their music.




The setlist was a perfect blend of fan favorites and tracks from their latest album, showcasing the band's versatility and ability to craft catchy, empowering tunes. Songs like "Hit Like a Girl" and "A Few Tommorows" had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs, while slower tracks like "Feel a Thing" showcased the band's introspective side and added a layer of depth to their performance.


Ending the night with an explosive rendition of "Say It (To My Face)," the entire venue seemed to pulsate with raw emotion and unbridled enthusiasm. As the final chords reverberated through the air, it was evident that MM@TA had left an indelible impression on everyone in attendance.


In conclusion, Meet Me @ The Altar delivered a performance that was nothing short of exceptional. Their unwavering passion, infectious melodies, and empowering lyrics made for an unforgettable evening that left the audience both invigorated and inspired. MM@TA is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, and their live show is a testament to their boundless talent and unwavering dedication to their craft.





Honey Revenge


Meet Me @ The Altar

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