Throw The Fight Punches The Fine Line With Transmissions — 4/8/2016


Fine Line Music Cafe was rocking it on Friday Night as Throw the Fight released their latest album Transmissions. Throw The Fight entered the studio on November 1st with producers Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland who finished recent albums for August Burns Red, Texas In July, Everclear, Affiance, Live, and more.


Based locally out of Minneapolis, the six piece group hit the stage at the Fine Line and never looked back. The venue was nicely packed as the performance took off and loyal fans crowded close to the stage. It was clearly obvious from the opening song Don’t Let Me Down that Throw the Fight was going to unleashing a storm to capture everyone’s attention for the entirety of the show. The loud music from the highly energetic band was warmly received and cheers called for more. Their set was definitely loud and hard, but a great show is well worth it. The five musicians managed not to fall off of the mid-sized stage as they rocked from one side to the next. Throw the Fight signed off with their hit single, Not So Hollywood, which raised fists in the air in true rock fashion.

Set List
Don’t Let Me Down
Drown With Me
Bloodshot Eyes
Bury Me Alive
No Surrender
There’s No Escape
One Step Away
Broken Youth
Lights Out For Summer
Not So Hollywood