May 29

Pain of Salvation

Union Stage All Ages
Doors 6:30PM | Show 7:30PM

About the event


Pain of Salvation is known far and wide as one of the most vital bands in the resurgence of progressive music. Boasting incredible musicianship, a wide variety of influences, and a darkly poetic approach.

From their first album in 1997 until now, Pain of Salvation has a reputation for being unpredictable, outside the box, and willing to experiment with styles.

Being led by Daniel Gildenlöw (who is the band’s main songwriter, lyricist, guitarist, and vocalist) they are considered to be one of the leading bands in the progressive rock/metal genre.

On stage the band is definitely one of the most exciting live-acts.

Their latest album (from 2020) is called PANTHER and currently they are working on a new album to be released this year.


The French atmospheric art rockers Klone have built their name on making music that’s as deeply introspective as it is sonically powerful and melodic.
The 2015 release Here Comes the Sun already changed their overall sound towards a more atmospheric approach. In 2019 with Le Grand Voyage, the band became closer to the influences of Devin Townsend’s ambient moments, or the more moody sections of Katatonia, Riverside and Anathema.

The latest release, in 2021, is a live album simply called ALIVE and it shows all the elements Klone is known for. Trademark dark guitar tones, epic brooding soundscapes, great melodies and amazing vocals.

This show is at Union Stage

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740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC 20024