Prong put on a fantastic show as part of the Doom Trooping Over North America Tour along with Black Label Society and Obituary at The Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg PA. Saturday Nov. 6.
Prong didn’t have full use of the stage as the show opener but that didn’t stop them from killing it. They opened with Test from 1994’s Cleansing album. From 1987’s Primitive Origins they gave us Disbelief and the title track from 1990’s Beg To Differ.
The band sounded amazing. Tommy Victor sang the songs with a smile on his face. He genuinely looked like he was happy to be playing live again. You could feel Jason Christopher’s bass lines, he is a wicked bassist. And drummer Aron Rossi held everything together like glue. PRONG straight up nailed it.
Prong went on to play Cute Rate, Who’s Fist Is It Anyway, Snap You’re Fingers Snap You’re Neck, all from the Cleansing album and closed with However It May End from 2017’s Zero Days.
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