It was one of those nights when the other 200,000 people in Boise clearly didn't know what they were missing. The crowd at Neurolux was small but in a tizzy for post-hardcore band The Fall of Troy
, which made big sounds on the crown stage Nov. 20.
Kylesa's macho beats, laid down by dueling drummers, was a heavy metal lullaby and chicken soup for the thrasher's soul. Troy performed its entire album Doppelganger,
in addition to brand new songs that will be on the band's next album, set for release in early 2016.
"We thought it would be the right thing to do," said the Mukilteo, Wash., band's singer, Thomas Erak.