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Motionless In White Rock Indianapolis With Touring The End Of The World

I recently had the pleasure of attending Touring The End Of The World on September 21, 2023, at TCU Amphitheater in Indianapolis, Indiana. Motionless In White headlined the amphitheater with support from Knocked Loose, After The Burial, and Alphawolf.

After spending an obscene amount of money on tour merch, I made my way into the venue and let the anticipation begin.

The energy in the amphitheater was electric, with fans eagerly anticipating the start of the show.

Alphawolf kicked off the show with an incredible performance that set the tone for the rest of the night. Their unique blend of metal and hip-hop alongside their passionate stage presence had the crowd on their feet and singing along from the very first song. This was my first time seeing Alphawolf, and I was stoked.

After The Burial was up next, and they did not disappoint. Their heavy riffs and intricate guitar work had the crowd headbanging and moshing like there was no tomorrow. They played some of their most popular songs, including "Lost In The Static" and "Behold The Crown". The group had an energy that radiated throughout the crowd and kept everyone wanting more.

Knocked Loose took the stage next, and they brought a whole new level of energy to the amphitheater. Their aggressive sound and powerful lyrics had everyone in the crowd screaming along. They played some of their biggest hits, including "Mistakes Like Fractures" and "Billy No Mates." Knocked Loose was loud and rowdy but in all the right ways. They were incredible.

Finally, it was time for Motionless In White to take the stage. You could feel the collective anticipation in the crowd as "Sandstorm" by Darude came over the speakers. As soon as the band took the stage, the energy in the room was electrifying. The crowd erupted into cheers and applause, I could feel my heart racing from the anticipation. When the band launched into "Meltdown," the entire room came to life.

The entire night was filled with incredible music, great energy, and an overall sense of community, making the experience unforgettable. As always, I was once again blown away by the sheer talent and energy of the band. Chris's vocals were flawless, and the rest of the group played with precision and passion. Motionless played some of their most popular tracks, including "Werewolf," "Another Life," and "Thoughts & Prayers." The band shared the stage throughout the evening with The Cherry Bombs, who put on one of the most incredible shows I've ever seen.

The crowd was completely engaged, singing along to every word and jumping up and down in excitement. As always, the group showed their appreciation for their opening acts - Lochie Keogh of Alphawolf joined them on stage for "Immaculate Misconception," Bryan Garris of Knocked Loose joined them for "Slaughterhouse," and Anthony Notarmaso of After The Burial joined them for "Reincarnate." My only qualm was not hearing "Eternally Yours," but I wouldn't even say it is a complaint, rather, just the die-hard fan in me shining through. There's just something about the intro of "Eternally Yours" that gets me every time I hear it; it could most literally wake me from a coma.

I left the concert feeling rejuvenated and refreshed, as I always do after seeing a live performance. There's something so special about live music and its impact on your soul, concerts like Motionless in White harbor such a supportive and caring community you can't help but feel apart of something bigger. If you're a fan of Motionless In White, rock music, or just music in general, I would highly recommend catching the Touring The End Of The World Tour. It's an experience you will reminisce forever.

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