Eva Under Fire at the Worcester Palladium – November 20, 2021

Theory of a Deadman brought their Say Nothing Tour to the Worcester Palladium on a chilly November evening. Those who got there early were treated to a half-hour set from Detroit natives Eva Under Fire.

The rocking band, elevated by front woman Amanda Lyberg’s powerful vocals, put on a great performance, that really got the crowd warmed up. Their original songs like “Comatose” and “Blow,” the latter of which featured a performance from Ice Nine Kills frontman Spencer Charnas, kicked the set off strong. In the back-half of their setlist, they performed a cover of Journey’s “Separate Ways.” Not an easy song to pull off well, but they definitely did justice to the song!

If you have a chance to see this tour, make sure you are there early to catch their set!


The Strong
Separate Ways
Coming for Blood
Until Forever

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