Words & Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media There aren’t many bands whose last output was some 25 years ago that can pack out a venue like the Roundhouse not once but two nights in succession. The Sisters of Mercy are not however your average band going through the motions on the nostalgia circuit. They […]
The what-are-soon-to-be classics from the new album, ‘Unleashed’, ‘The Crownless King’, ‘I Am Broken Too’ and ‘The Signal Fire’, seamlessly fit into set.
Watching the band perform together was quite simply mesmerising when not jumping about like a lunatic because even after all these years, the band are as tight as ever and with Koichi Fukuda jumping up and down on the amps and Tony Campos on bass having a whale of a time, it felt like nothing had changed.
Interview and Photos: Adrian Hextall / (C) MindHex Media With Mushroomhead having recently completed a UK tour and former touring mates Dope returning to the UK shores with Static-X as they present the 20th Anniversary of Wisconsin Death Trip, we spoke to Steve “Skinny” Felton, founder, leader, and drummer of Mushroomhead at their recent London show […]
Riot Fest 2019 Day 3 Highlights And Photos
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America was so excited to have them come over, then they left my picture out. I had a contract with them as the sixth-member for the album……, breach of contract. So, by leaving my name– my face out, Rudolf was able to fabricate an appearance over there as if nobody is missing.
Saturday was about metal, and Testament brought it in spades. Playing in front of a giant pentacle backdrop, they opened to a sea of devil horns with Brotherhood of the Snake. The crowd was loving it and Testament played heavily to it, motivating the crowd into a churning circle pit for their fitting song Into the Pit while vocalist Chuck Billy air-guitared and headbanged around the stage.
The most incredible part of the performance was Travis’ energy – he absolutely tore his way through the songs and the multiple solo opportunities he was given. The band was fun to watch, but he was amazing.
Myles was the focal point with his compelling vocals and guitar showmanship. There is spirituality and self-assurance in his singing as well as his guitar playing that makes him the great frontman.