Live Gig Photos

Dark Tranquillity, Omnium Gatherum and Exmortus live at Stage 48, NYC on February 3rd, 2014





Live Photos and Gig Review Credit: © Kassandra Carmona[email protected]/


Despite the terrible NYC weather there was no way this show would be cancelled, and it definitely didn’t stop the NYC metal heads from uniting at Stage 48. Exmortus was in charge of warming up the crowd and by then the venue was beginning to fill up for what would prove to be an exiting night. As their set progressed more and more pits began to set the tone of the night. Up next was Omniun Gatherum, this is their first US tour, yet they had one of the biggest followings next to Dark Tranquility. From the get go there was non stop singing and moshing by the NYC fans who had highly awaited the Finnish band’s debut in the US. By the time OG was out of the stage, the crowd was so energetic and ready for Sweden’s finest, Dark Tranquility, from the second they took stage, everyone went wild. Through out their set, there was non stop moshing, singing and crowd surfing. Many fans left with a memorable experience as they were greeted on stage by DT’s front man Mikael Stanne, who would head bang and hug his beloved fans. Closer to the ending of the night, even Mikael got into the spirit and crowd surfed a couple of times, and thanked the NYC crowd for being one of the craziest crowds in tour thus far.




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Omnium Gatherum


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Dark Tranquillity


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On the upcoming North American tour DARK TRANQUILLITY will be selling a 7″ EP entitled “A Memory Construct”, which also will be released digitally in the beginning of March. Recorded during the “Construct” sessions, the 7inch contains the following two songs and it’s limited to 500 copies worldwide and it’s on a transparent red wax! Previously unreleased “A Memory Construct” and “Sorrows Architect”, previously only available as a limited flexi 7″ released with issue #106 of Decibel Magazine.

The band comments on “A Memory Construct” single: “This was originally written (as the name implies) as the title track for the “Construct” album, but was later deemed too different to be included without interrupting the flow of the main record. “Sorrow’s architect” is probably our darkest song in a while; a brooding track that gradually builds up to a climatic ending.” – Century Media Press Release


Dark Tranquillity Tour Dates

2/1/2014 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA

2/2/2014 – Soundstage – Baltimore, MD

2/3/2014 – Stage 48 – New York, NY

2/4/2014 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA

2/5/2014 – FouFounes – Montreal, QC

2/6/2014 – Dagobert – Quebec City, QC

2/7/2014 – Mavericks – Ottawa, ON

2/8/2014 – Opera House – Toronto, ON

2/9/2014 – London Concert Theater – London, ON

2/10/2014 – Peabody’s – Cleveland, OH

2/11/2014 – Shrunken Head – Columbus, OH

2/12/2014 – Mojoes – Joliet, IL

2/13/2014 – Granada – Lawrence, KS

2/14/2014 – Bluebird Theater – Denver, CO

2/15/2014 – In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT

2/17/2014 – Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC

2/18/2014 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA

2/19/2014 – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR

2/20/2014 – DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA

2/21/2014 – LVCS – Las Vegas, NV

2/22/2014 – House Of Blues – West Hollywood, CA

2/23/2014 – Club Red – Tempe, AZ

2/25/2014 – Trees – Dallas, TX

2/26/2014 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX

2/28/2014 – Diamond Pub and Billiards – Louisville, KY

3/1/2014 – Altar Bar – Pitt, PA

3/2/2014The Trocadero – Philadephia, PA


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