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Gallery: Prong at Highline Ballroom New York City 5/23/18

Veteran thrashers Prong were greeted with a warm welcome Wednesday night at New York City’s Highline Ballroom as the band took to the stage while Cheech and Chong’s “Earache My Eye” played over the house P.A. system. With fans in the crowd screaming “Welcome home Tommy”, as the band immediately got the crowd roaring by going straight for the old school stuff opening their set with “For Dear Life” followed behind by the bands 1990 breakthrough single and album title track “Beg to Differ”. With Tommy Victor’s gritty guitar riffs backed by Jason Christopher on bass and Art Cruz’s punishing drum pounding, the band ripped through song after song from old to new for close to an hour before finishing up their set with the hit single “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck” off of 1994’s “Cleansing”.


  1. For Dear Life
  2. Beg to Differ
  3. Lost and Found
  4. Unconditional
  5. Ultimate Authority
  6. Prove You Wrong
  7. Another Worldly Device
  8. However it May End
  9. Rude Awakening
  10. Cut and Dry
  11. Broken Peace
  12. Who’s Fist is This Anyway
  13. Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck



About Mark Smitty Neal

NewYork Based Photographer. Music Enthusiast with a background in Graphic Design. Whether I'm shooting a live event or just out wondering the streets its about capturing the moment.

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