Lots of Porn Star Dancing with My Darkest Days

My Darkest Days
Austin’s Saloon – Libertyville, IL
11/18/2010

My Darkest Days is:
Matt Walst – Lead Vocals/Guitar
Brendan McMilan – Bass/Backing Vocals
Doug Oliver – Drums/Backing Vocals
Sal COZ Costa – Guitar/Backing Vocals
LIVE: Reid Henry – Keyboard/Additional Guitar/Backing Vocals

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I walked into Austin’s having no clue who My Darkest Days were. I missed most of Default and was quite bummed.  I for sure thought Default was going on before Hinder and not the actual opening band. Who would have thought right? So a bunch of guys with rockstar hair come out on stage. I saw some people rolling their eyes and muttering, “How can these guys be on AFTER Default?” My Darkest Days showed us! These guys know how to rock. They are reminiscent of 30 Seconds to Mars, but much heavier.

My Darkest Days are on tour promoting their self-titled debut album that dropped in September. The album features performances with Chad Kroeger, Orianthi, Jessie James, and Ludacris. None of those artists hopped on stage tonight, but My Darkest Days sure as hell didn’t need them. They played a couple songs that were definitely radio worthy. They got the crowd aroused and played Duran Duran’s “Come Undone,” which to my delight was amazing!  Of Course they ended their set with “Porn Star Dancing,” and at the point everyone who rolled their eyes at the beginning of the set was dancing grinding along.

For not knowing who these guys were before I walked, in they left me wanting more…
My Darkest Days are a must to see and they are fantastic openers for Hinder! Check them out on tour:

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  2. […] just discovered My Darkest Days when they opened for Hinder here in Illinois at Austin’s Fuel Room.  I was really reluctant to stay and watch these openers. […]

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