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.
Words and Photos from Simon Ward Beyond the Gates is a metal festival dedicated to the true spirit of the underground, located in Bergen, Norway. The festival has been running since 2012 and the main venue is USF Verftet. The 2019 edition of the festival took place 21.08 – 24.08.2019 I make no secret of […]
Photos by: Dhruv Kumar http://www.dhruvkumar.com/ Words by: Kunal Singh August 28th, 2019. Northwell Health Amphitheater in Wantagh at Jones Beach. This is the 13th year of Knotfest and another year of pushing a band to the limit. This lineup was something out of a childhood dream for many. Combining French Environmentalist Metal with […]
There’s a 20 year gap in the middle and to be frank, it’s not missed in the least. Todd sings the classic tracks as if they are and have always been his and his style suits the band so well it’s not surprising he’s been so well accepted by fans around the world.
In between the jokes and banter with the crowd, Dani Filth and Mother Nature, the music, which saw tracks from his new opus ‘For The Love of Metal’ sit comfortably alongside Twisted Sister classics, got everyone bouncing and singing back to one of the best front men that rock has seen over the last 40 or so years.
It just goes to show in this day and age you don’t need pyro, monster video screens, smoke, and extravagant set designs to put on one of the best rock shows. All that is required is great songs and incredible performers, case in point; Extreme.
Words Adrian Young with added “Well actually…” from Adrian Hextall Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media Header and Gallery Shots: Olga Kuzmenko \ Olga Kuzmenko Photography The Gods of Heavy Metal had decided that “Bloodstock” wouldn’t mind some rain and they certainly delivered. After a lot of it overnight I entered the site with the […]
Friday night headliners were Swedish metal titans “Sabaton” who in ten years have gone from playing to 20 people at The Purple Turtle bar in Camden London to headlining Bloodstock and indeed next year headlining the SSE Arena Wembley also in London.