The Warning at Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI

With an energy that was palpable before the first note was struck, The Warning delivered a mesmerizing and electrifying show that left the Detroit crowd in awe.

Saint Andrew’s Hall crackled with anticipation as fans started to chant for the much-anticipated rising rock sensation, The Warning. Hailing from Monterrey, Mexico, The Warning has been steadily making waves in the rock music scene, and their performance proved exactly why they are garnering such attention. The venue was bathed in a purple glow, and the trio of talented sisters stormed the stage and jumped right into “DISCIPLE,” a fierce eruption of energy that set the tone for the entire night. 

The Villarreal sisters, Daniela on guitar, Alejandra on bass, and Paulina on drums, exuded a charisma that held everyone captive from start to finish. In almost any other instance, you can clearly see who is the frontrunner of the band, the one who takes the lead. With The Warning, each sister is a frontwoman, each taking lead on vocals, each playing off the crowd and each other perfectly. The band’s unique blend of alternative rock and metal was on full display, and their stage presence was nothing short of dazzling, as they effortlessly moved between heavy-hitting grooves and high-octane rock anthems.

The setlist was a journey through The Warning’s discography, offering a mix of fan-favorite tracks and newer material. Hits like “CHOKE” and “DISCIPLE” had the crowd singing along at the top of their lungs, while “KOOL AID KIDS,” “Dull Knives (Cut Better),” and a unique cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” were amazing surprises. The double whammy of their arguably biggest hits “MORE” and “MONEY” back-to-back had fans headbanging and jumping in unison, swept up in the band’s contagious enthusiasm.

The encore was a culmination of the electrifying energy that had been building throughout the night. The crowd’s cheers reached a deafening crescendo as the sisters finished the night with “MARTIRIO” and “EVOLVE,” a triumphant finale that left the audience exhilarated and begging for more.

These talented sisters’ star is on a meteoric rise, and their musical journey is one that will continue to captivate audiences around the globe; from sharing the stage with Guns N’ Roses this fall, to hitting the ShipRocked Cruise with I Prevail, Beartooth, Badflower, Killswitch Engage and more this upcoming February, to even landing a spot in next year’s Wacken Open Air.

In a world where rock music is constantly evolving, The Warning brings a refreshing sound that pays tribute to the genre’s roots while adding their own modern twist. The show was not just a show; it was an experience that left a lasting mark on everyone fortunate enough to be in attendance. As the final notes echoed through the venue and the crowd dispersed, one thing was clear – The Warning continues to solidify their place as a force to be reckoned with in the world of rock music. 

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Sami is an accomplished concert photographer hailing from Detroit, MI. Her passion for photography started very early in life, which grew into a degree in Photographic Technology and the creation her own photography business. She eventually found her way into the world of concert photography in 2013 and has never looked back. Her portfolio showcases a diverse range of artists and genres, each photo capturing the energy and heart of the live music experience.