The Duluth band had their first show in Minneapolis last night. Hurricane Joe is a metal band with a deep bond between the band members. They are releasing a new album and starting to play more in Minneapolis.

The Cabooze was dead at 5:30 when they started to play. The audience was only family and friends of the new band. Shortly after they played the room kept filling up with more people who were drawn in with their astonishing talent.  The most impressive part about the band was how they played so well together and in such great harmony. Their music flowed very well and they created such a high energy in the room. Lead singer, Josh Berini has the scream and guttural voice down. It was very loud, flowing, and crisp. Unlike some metal band where you have twitch a bit when vocals get too shrill. Everything flowed together and kept the audience engaged. They gained many new fans that are excited to buy their new album and go to more shows.

Welcome to Minneapolis Hurricane Joe.

Photography by Britleigh Wechsler

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