There is an old Saturday Night Live skit which plays with an idea that before the Beatles made it big, they once had a trumpeter in the lineup.
The last concert of the band’s current European tour sees them bringing one of the most theatrical stage shows I think I’ve seen in a long time. Not wanting to be outdone, a large portion of the crowd have dressed up as well. There are spiders, tattoos, leather, boots with soles adding a good six inches to the wearers height and lastly to give the event a truly gothic feel, a guy dressed in a bright yellow banana suit.
At just over 70 minutes, Terminal is a very long album, but it never even begins to overstay its welcome. It’s an excellent gothic/doom metal album which is highly recommended to anyone who enjoys that mixture of styles, and to anyone who enjoys music that can seamlessly transition from calm to chaotic (or do the opposite of that) within seconds.