Author: Michael Pementel
During a recent Turnstile concert, a bunch of hardcore folks ended up moshing to some Whitney Houston music (and it is pretty damn funny to see).
In between sets at a show that involved Turnstile, Citizen, Ceremony, Ekulu, and Truth Cult, someone decided to play the Whitney Houston song “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” over the venue speakers. The hardcore audience members all start moshing to the song, and eventually, the audience even starts singing the Whitney Houston track.
The scene is goofy and wholesome as hell. If you want to check out footage of the hardcore audience moshing to the music of Whitney Houston, you can find a video below.
Turnstile audience moshes to Whitney Houston music:
Pretty damn awesome right? What are some pop and/or R&B songs you would absolutely mosh to?
In other Turnstile related news, the band will be playing at this year’s Lollapalooza. Curious to know who else will be playing alongside them? Click on the link below to learn more:
And speaking of heavy music meets pop – have you heard how Korn drummer Ray Luzier is down to collaborate with the Backstreet Boys? That’s right! And apparently, the Backstreet Boys caught wind of Korn’s spoof of “I Want It That Way.” To learn more context behind this story, follow the link below:
Turnstile is a hardcore band that formed in 2010. Their current lineup includes: Brady Ebert (lead guitar and vocals), Daniel Fang (drums, percussions, programming), Brendan Yates (lead vocals, keyboards, percussions), “Freaky” Franz Lyons (bass, percussions, backing/lead vocals), and Pat McCrory (rhythm guitar and backing vocals).
At the time of this writing, the band have released five EPs and three studio albums.
Their EPs are as follows: Pressure to Succeed (2011), Step 2 Rhythm (2013), Move Thru Me (2016), Share a View (2020), and Turnstile Love Connection (2021).
Their studio album releases are as follows: Nonstop Feeling (2015), Time & Space (2018), and Glow On (2021).