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Fever 333 Burn The Temple Down | Photos | Sonic Temple 2019

Photos of Fever 333 at Sonic Temple.
All photos taken by Luke Spencer
in Columbus, OH on May 18th, 2019.

It was after Jason Aalon Butler took a 100+ ft microphone cable to extend into the seats surrounding MAPFRE stadium that the attendees in Sonic Temple realized Fever 333 was not an ordinary band.

Political statements, taking a stand and making sure everyone’s voices are heard are qualities of this supergroup. Making a point to acknowledge everyone’s similarities instead of their differences was a specific message between songs that brought everyone together.

Seeing this band live will definitely catch you off guard if you aren’t prepared. At one point, Jason lifted the rug covering the main stage and climbed under it while singing and jumping. As if he was a rap-rock puppy playing with everyone watching him. It was intense AND adorable.

It’s been a wild year for the California supergroup. This includes a Grammy nomination, the release of the debut album Strength In Numb333rs, and now being nominated for Best Song with “Burn It” by Kererang. This band has accomplished a lot in a short amount of time. See their live demonstration once and you’ll understand that they’ve earned their accolades.

Burn It
We’re Coming In
Made An America
One Of Us
Drum Circle
The Innocent
Only One
Hunting Season

Fever 333 are performing in Europe this summer and also are appearing at select dates with Korn & Underoath in the US. You can find upcoming tour dates and more info on the band’s Facebook page here: Fever 333 on Facebook

Click on any photo above to open the gallery. Scroll below to watch the music video for “Burn It”. Strength In Numb333rs is available now.

Fever 333 – “Burn It”

Fever 333 is an American rock band formed in Inglewood, California in July 2017. The three-piece band consists of former Letlive vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, former Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison and Night Verses drummer Aric Improta.

Click here to see photos of In This Moment performing at Sonic Temple.