|Bands. The Last Couple Of Months|
Bands I've seen the last couple of months, mainly in the past two and half weeks. It's been nice.
Saw them in a basement with other bands from around here.
Local show, still one of my favorite bands to see and the most emotional. Melodic hardcore. http://somemistakes.bandcamp.com/
Same show, another local band. '90s metallic hardcore worship with their own twist. Vegan straightedge, animal liberation, heavy riffs, etc. http://deathbed.bandcamp.com/
|4|| ||Le Butcherettes|
Sin Sin Sin
Mexican punk-ish band with a girl vocalist/guitar/keyboard player. Opened for DEP and Deftones. She came out with a broom and started sweeping the amplifiers before starting the show which involved her wrecking a guitar, throwing it at us, and stagediving. She's also pretty hot.
|5||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
Greatest thing ever. The crowd got too crazy downstairs (crushing everyone up front, including me, mainly) so I watched them from the balcony. Played almost everything I wanted, including Passenger with Greg from Dillinger.
Local emo band that I'm also good friends with. They're really something else to see live. They opened for Capsule as well as the bands following up to Title Fight. http://antpile.bandcamp.com/track/those-fake-smiles
|8||Dead End Path|
Death Walks Beside Us
Pretty good but also quite generic to me. Lots of hardcore dancing and moshing. Did I mention that it was like 95 degrees in a venue with no a/c at this show?
I don't listen to them but they played a good show with lots of energy and patiently waited through the mics going out. There were a couple of girls going nuts over it and really fun 'pop-punk moshing'.
Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me
The main reason I was there. I was dead center, up front when they started. Got stagedived on my face, pushed up stage and not able to get off, it was great. So much energy, crowd was nuts, and talked to Jeremy for a minute after the show as well as getting a copy of the record.
Great band, not into them like other people are though. They did extremely well nonetheless.
Last night. Heavy. Riffs. Orange heads and beards everywhere at this show.
Slowly becoming one of my favorite bands, the reason I went. Phil cut off his hair and beard which was weird but they were just about perfect. Opened with Don't Look Back, closed with Hollow Severer. Friend got punched the face while moshing.
Great band. They were awesome but we bailed early due to my friend's headaches (cause he got punched in the face). As far as I'm concerned they should have opened for Kylesa.