by Bryne Yancey
The large venue was impressively filled with a strangely diverse crowd: grizzled hardcore kids mingled next to pop-punk high schoolers and normal-looking parents shared the smoke-filled air with awkward social outcasts.
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This collaborative split, however, proves a pretty good representation of both bands, with TSL offering a typical and non-varying delivery on what they've come to establish. My Fictions do manage to strengthen an extra layer of ferocity to, what I assume would be, a very loud shout out towards making their mark known even more in the hardcore realm.
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