Words Stefan Putwain \ Simon Kneller Pictures (C) Adrian Hextall You could tell the anticipation of a great night was evident as the queue stretched down the road on welcoming Avatar to Bristol. People travelled far and wide to get here. And Dylan Walshe and later The Mahones did their best to warm up the […]
With an encore which included the thumping ‘, I Miss the Misery’, the band gave a nice nod to their support acts by asking Rews and Avatar onto the stage with them to enjoy a drink during ‘Here’s To Us’
Their creativity and unpredictable presentation are what makes many wonder what they will present next
no matter how many times you see them live, you will notice something different. They surpass their tunes live as they bring theater, film, horror, a fashion show and everything in between.
I’d like to figure out how to even write a good duet and who would I do that with where it makes sense. I’m a huge Devin Townsend fan
Roll up, roll up! Behold the greatest show on earth! Or at least the greatest show on Arran Quay, as Avatar comes to town. The Voodoo Lounge is their big top tonight and the freakshow is about to begin…
There’s no reason why the band cannot be mentioned in the same breath as H.E.A.T, Eclipse and other top drawer peers from Sweden. All that remains now is to see them live and that can be done when they return to the UK on February 4th at the Barfly in Camden with Mia Klose.
We also realised that we would get bored if we continued along the same styles. So we knew we had to change