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The wait wasn’t that long. By 1130 Constellations started playing. After nights like these it’s safe to say Toronto has developed its own genre of hardcore. Full of heavy cymbal smashing and emotionally driven lyrics, the bands new song ‘Coward’ perfectly described what everyone feel s like when they’re stabbed in the back. Enemies of Constellations beware. Between fans jumping on stage, the bands vocalist literally dropping to his knees, and the bands notorious cover of System of a Down’s Chop Suey made this show highly comparable to the one earlier in the night. Closing with “a vision, a dream” Constellations disappoints the crowd by making them listen to pre-recorded music. There’s nothing that can beat giving your biggest fans, and your best friends, mic grabs and the opportunity to sing and scream their heart out, Constellations is an incredible band, and goddamit incredible friends to everyone at the venue that night. - Misha Kotok


The wait wasn’t that long. By 1130 Constellations started playing. After nights like these it’s safe to say Toronto has developed its own genre of hardcore. Full of heavy cymbal smashing and emotionally driven lyrics, the bands new song ‘Coward’ perfectly described what everyone feel s like when they’re stabbed in the back. Enemies of Constellations beware. Between fans jumping on stage, the bands vocalist literally dropping to his knees, and the bands notorious cover of System of a Down’s Chop Suey made this show highly comparable to the one earlier in the night. Closing with “a vision, a dream” Constellations disappoints the crowd by making them listen to pre-recorded music. There’s nothing that can beat giving your biggest fans, and your best friends, mic grabs and the opportunity to sing and scream their heart out, Constellations is an incredible band, and goddamit incredible friends to everyone at the venue that night. - Misha Kotok


The Second band to perform was Constellations, out of Pickering, ON. These guys had great stage antics, and extremely high energy that made for a performance to be remembered.

Musically they were extremely tight with overlaying guitar parts that meshed incredibly well and drum and bass that sat right where it needed to be.

Constellations vocalist Dylan Cooper was a Wildman which made for a great front man to watch; he went from hanging from the rafters and running around the stage jumping off walls to even hanging off the ceiling, all while putting out some outstanding vocals.

Constellations had the whole package; an air tight drummer, strong vocals, awesome energy, good between song “banter”, well put together breakdowns, good crowd involvement and they were even extremely appreciative of the other bands.

Their songs showcased melodic heavy choruses with kick drums like a heartbeat- steady and true. To top it all off they even played an awesome Papa Roach cover of “Last Resort” with an added “heavy as balls” breakdown that got everybody moving in a hurry!

At the end of their set, Constellations thanked their fill in drummer Alex before playing their last song that hit the crowd as hard as a freight train, with lots of melodic chugging and a bigger than life chorus that was accompanied by on stage summersaults and hand springs. Pretty sure their front man could be onto something, Metal Gymnastics? - Scott Cruickshank


The Second band to perform was Constellations, out of Pickering, ON. These guys had great stage antics, and extremely high energy that made for a performance to be remembered.

Musically they were extremely tight with overlaying guitar parts that meshed incredibly well and drum and bass that sat right where it needed to be.

Constellations vocalist Dylan Cooper was a Wildman which made for a great front man to watch; he went from hanging from the rafters and running around the stage jumping off walls to even hanging off the ceiling, all while putting out some outstanding vocals.

Constellations had the whole package; an air tight drummer, strong vocals, awesome energy, good between song “banter”, well put together breakdowns, good crowd involvement and they were even extremely appreciative of the other bands.

Their songs showcased melodic heavy choruses with kick drums like a heartbeat- steady and true. To top it all off they even played an awesome Papa Roach cover of “Last Resort” with an added “heavy as balls” breakdown that got everybody moving in a hurry!

At the end of their set, Constellations thanked their fill in drummer Alex before playing their last song that hit the crowd as hard as a freight train, with lots of melodic chugging and a bigger than life chorus that was accompanied by on stage summersaults and hand springs. Pretty sure their front man could be onto something, Metal Gymnastics? - Scott Cruickshank


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