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Sessions show pop punk roots

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The Slice has been all about punk for the past couple weeks, especially this past week.


I was looking forward to seeing Calgary nerd core band the Galacticas, who were trimmed down to a duo as their bassist was down with Covid, but I missed them as they were on first, April 22 at the Slice.


Jon Vornbrock sings with Sessions, April 23 at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery


But I was in time for a rollicking set of snarling ’90s pop punk from local pop punk band Sessions with elements of Blink 182 , Green Day and the like. I was glad I caught them as I usually miss them as Sessions, but always catch them with their heavier hat on as Berserker.


I enjoyed hearing them them  show their more melodic, pop punk sound. There were plenty of punchy riffs and gang vocals

 Berserker vocalist Jon Vornbrock joined Sessions on stage to sing a Gob cover.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat editor

Last Updated ( Thursday, 28 April 2022 15:36 )  
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