Hard rock band Autumn’s Fall’s performance at The Outpost in Kent on Saturday, July 24, was energetic but lacked rigor. The musicianship was decent for the band’s sound. The vocals could use some fine-tuning. The back-up vocals were off key for most of the set, causing lead vocals to suffer at times. They had a humble demeanor albeit portrayed a hard-ass image. The frontman connected with the crowd and laughed it off when he realized he’d incorrectly introduced their second song. (The band should have just played it anyway. It was the third song on their set list.) The hope for this band is in recognizing the mistakes and fixing them in practice. I’m confident they will. I overheard the boys noting errors after tear-down. Overall, Autumn’s Fall had a great sound. I’ll look forward to hearing more from this group in the future.