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Gallery: Hopesfall, End, and Greyhaven Perform at Saint Vitus Bar

Stephanie Augello documents the latest evening in our series of killer rock shows in the United States.

We’d been waiting for over a decade, but at long last, Hopesfall has returned to New York City. 

This past Saturday, July 14th, the band played an incredible Kerrang!-sponsored show at Saint Vitus Bar — the second in our three-part series of U.S. events.

Hopesfall hadn’t released any new music since disbanding in 2008 (shortly after the release of the band’s fourth full-length, Magnetic North), but triumphantly returned with a brand new album, Arbiter, on July 13th. The post-hardcore quintet performed songs from this new release — along with plenty of beloved classics from The Satellite Years, No Wings To Speak Of, and more — for 250 rabidly passionate fans in Brooklyn, New York.

Supporting the Charlotte, North Carolina-based band was brutal metallic hardcore outfit End (featuring ex-members of Counterparts, Fit for An Autopsy, Shai Hulud, and more), and burgeoning progressive metal act Greyhaven.

Fortunately, we had Stephanie Augello on hand to document the entire evening. Check out the gallery below, and be sure to stay tuned to Kerrang!’s social channels in the coming weeks, when we’ll be streaming each and every set from the show, uncut!

Hopesfall Vitus Atmosphere 17

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Hopesfall Vitus Atmosphere 18

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Grayhaven 09

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Grayhaven 10

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Grayhaven 13

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Grayhaven 12

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Grayhaven 22

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End 02

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End 09

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End 20

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End 10

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End 19

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End 29

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Hopesfall 10

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Hopesfall 11

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Hopesfall 17

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Hopesfall 32

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Hopesfall 23

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Hopesfall 30

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Hopesfall 39

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Hopesfall 36

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Hopesfall 46

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Hopesfall 51
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