The bands 30th anniversary show. We didn’t catch the first support and only the last two songs from the second, this was due to increased security checks following the attacks in Paris.
Sepultura weren’t as great as I expected them to be. I wonder if this was due to the size of the stage itself at the Electric Ballroom, or maybe as Kristina said its because I expected them to be good. Recently the two best shows I did on the Garbage tour were the 2 I expected least from. I felt they only really hit form on the classics Chaos, Ratamahata and Roots. The pit seemed to love the entire show.
- In This Moment
Terrorvision are a band from my youth who I liked but never really fully got into if that makes sense. I’d managed to catch Terrorvision for the first time at last year’s Sonisphere Festival. The sound that night wasn’t that great inside the tent where they played so when I found out that they were playing in London I grabbed a ticket.
The gig was pretty good to be honest, I’d checked out the new album the morning of the gig and wasn’t blown away to be honest but live it’s a lot better.
Gentlemans Pistols are well worth checking out as well if you get a chance. They are playing the Barfly just off Charring Cross Road at the start of April so may pop along to that one as well.
The ticket has the wrong name on it, the band played as “Renegades” for this gig not Feeder.
Ticket signed by Garbage guitarist Steve Marker