The Dark Roots Of Thrash II Tour rolls into New Jersey to play for another packed venue.

The godfathers of thrash, Testament and Exodus, along with young metal-core thrashers, Shattered Sun, played the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ. Testament has been treating fans to a set list comprised of their first two albums, The Legacy and New Order, along with choice selections from Practice What You Preach.

Steve “Zetro” Sousa has reclaimed his role as the energetic and wild front man of Exodus, who are playing with as much enthusiasm as they did thirty years ago.

The young guns of Shattered Sun have proven that their place on this tour is just, as they have won over the fans as the opening act.

Photographer Jeff Crespi was on hand for this night to capture the images of the night.

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Shattered Sun
Facebook | Twitter

About The Author

It started when Jeff’s son came across his Kiss CD's grew into something that his son would listen to day and night. Kiss just happened to be playing at a local venue that summer, so he decided to take him to his first show as a father son bonding activity. Jeff found out about another local club that had shows of every genre and style on a more regular basis so he started going to a couple of shows a week becoming locals in the industry. Jeff has always loved photography, he would take pictures at all the shows with his point n’ shoot camera from the crowd. People enjoyed Jeff’s pictures and that became the focus of going to shows. Jeff landed a spot as staff photographer for Amp and Hails and Horns magazine.

Related Posts