For fans of The Chariot and letlive., Fever333 is making waves across the US. Coming together in Inglewood, CA, in the summer of 2017, this fairly new project consists of former letlive. singer Jason Aalon Butler, former The Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison and former Night Verses drummer Aric Improta. Fever333 is currently on tour supporting Bring Me The Horizon and Thrice. If this tour is making its way to your hometown I would highly recommend grabbing a ticket if you haven't already.
Fever333 released their debut EP Made an America through Roadrunner Records in March 2018 and helped earn the band a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Performance.
Fever333 certainly lives up to those accolades. The crowd was constantly stirring with anticipation for what they would do next. The show began when Butler walked to the front and center stage with a black rag over his head and a remix of the famous speech from “The Great Dictator” playing in the background.
After the other two members of the band joined him onstage, Butler threw the rag into the crowd and took over the stage with his energy. Towards the middle of their set he ran into the crowd with his wired microphone, then walked to the back while still singing, found a table to climb on and climbed from there to the balcony in the venue. Staff helped him climb back down without falling, while Harrison later did something similar during their set, taking the stairs up to the second balcony to head bang with some fans up there.
Before they even started their set I overheard some fans around me talking about how amazing their shows are. This was the first time that I had ever seen Fever 333 perform and in the beginning I was wondering if all the hype I heard about their shows would live up to my expectations. To say the least, their performance surpassed my expectation. Overall, Fever 333’s performance was out of this world. Unfortunately this past weekend Fever 333 did not win a Grammy, but I am confident there is still a lot to be seen moving forward and I am excited to see how the band will continue to push the boundaries of their audience's expectations moving forward.