Monday, March 8, 2010

Carcerys Vale plays the Historic Crest Theater!

Friday, March 5, 2010, Carcerys Vale had the incredible honor of playing the historic Crest Theater in Downtown Sacramento. A incredible venue that has been around for 60 years, and has a long-standing presence in the local music, comedy, and art scene. They played on the same stage that Kurt Cobain and Nirvana once played, as well as comedy shows Bernie Mac, Carrot Top and Sam Kinison.

They were there as finalists for the SN&R's 2010 Jammies, which is a local music/youth competition, along with 10 other talented bands. They were the only metal/hardcore band and they really weren't sure what to expect. How would the crowd react? Most of the groups were much more mellow. But, as always seems to be the case ... Carcerys Vale did their thing, and the crowd of 800+ really went crazy. It was an experience they won't soon forget.
A few of the band members hanging out before the show began.
Left to right: Toph (a good friend), Milo (guitarist), Will (guitarist) and Austen (drummer)
The amazing marquee.
Jeremiah, doing what he does. (Loved the HUGE screen in the background!)
Mosh, Will and Jeremiah
Talking with the emcee after the set.

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