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GALLERY: Code Orange, Twitching Tongues, and Vein In NYC

Photographer Angela Owens captures a trio of hardcore heavyweights wreaking havoc at New York’s Irving Plaza.

If we were to compile an index of bands totally shaking up hardcore and metal, Vein, Twitching Tongues, and Code Orange would be highlighted — in big, bold, underlined, capital letters —  at the very top of that list. Not only are all three willing to color outside of genre lines by incorporating influences from alternative rock, electronic, and mainstream metal  — they also give some of the most intense live performances of any bands in the world.

Can you imagine our darned delight when we heard that all three would be touring together throughout the United States this June and July?

Of course, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to check out the show when they rolled through New York City — home to Kerrang!’s U.S. headquarters — on Saturday, June 23. We asked brilliant snapper Angela Owens to capture the mayhem, chaos, and brutality brought upon the city in NYC’s famed 1200-cap, Irving Plaza…and she certainly did not disappoint.

Check out her awesome photos below!

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Be sure to catch these bands on the rest of their tour dates, listed here!

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