Rich Howells

Scranton rock band Graces Downfall returns from year-long hiatus with Black Friday show at The V-Spot

Scranton rock band Graces Downfall returns from year-long hiatus with Black Friday show at The V-Spot

This week, popular Scranton grunge rock band Graces Downfall announced that they will return from their year-long hiatus on Friday, Nov. 24 at 10 p.m. at The V-Spot in Scranton. In a press release, the band revealed that it will feature a newly revamped lineup. Lead singer Ken Norton explained that they “needed a break […]

 Rich Howells

YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO: Scranton grunge rock band Graces Downfall

YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO: Scranton grunge rock band Graces Downfall

Graces Downfall City: Scranton Genre(s): Rock, grunge, post-grunge, hard rock, alternative rock, metal Years active: 2005-present Sounds like: Graces Downfall is crowd-pleasing, made-for-radio rock that doesn’t feel forced or manufactured – it’s just genuinely catchy and kick-ass fun. After 12 years, they still know how to pack a place with tipsy dancers or metal-loving moshers […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Graces Downfall – ‘Letter to Lainey’

Scranton’s “alternative rock band with a twist of heavy metal,” Graces Downfall, recently released an official music video for “Letter to Lainey,” a hard-hitting tribute to vocalist Kenneth Norton’s daughter. The track comes from the band’s latest album, “Change. Adjust. Continue.,” which was given 5 out of 5 keystones by NEPA Scene music reviewer Mark […]