Jinjer Begins First Night of United States Tour in Sacramento’s Ace of Spades

The Sacramento crowd packed in tight for the first night of Jinjer’s latest tour. A sold out audience showed early at Ace of Spades for the night’s events just so they could witness each rising performer of the evening, and witness the Ukrainian metal artists in person.

The four piece progressive metal band was set to take the Aftershock stage earlier in the year, but due to the situation in their home country, they took the time instead to focus on offering their country support wherever they could. Sacramento fans have since craved to hear more from the band and to witness their presence onstage, and the sold out date in itself proved that.

Vended began the night with an intense series of fast paced tempos and vocals that sent chills through you. Then it was the time for hard rock legends, P.O.D. to make an appearance.

Paving the way for future generations in 31 years of groundbreaking hard rock, P.O.D. has returned with a strong and energetic performance. The crowd sang loudly to all the hits that were played, and they offered a tease of what was to come in sharing a performance of their latest single, “Drop.”

With a new album on the horizon, P.O.D. only seems to be just getting started.

It wasn’t long into the performance before lead vocalist of Jinjer took a pause in between a spell-binding vocal display of wide range and impressive talents.

I just wanted to get our message right now out to the world. F*** Putin, and we want our home back.

The statement sent chills through the spine as the next song broke down heavier than ever before. Bass and drums set the rhythm in a complimentary set of talents as the guitar harmonized impressively with the vocals.

Stay tuned for more updates about Jinjer, and get your tickets to the remaining dates of the tour here.

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