Local lads Sintonic kicked off the night in true style, unfortunately their lead vocals sounded muddy which was a shame as it did mar the set a bit. Apart from that the guys played a tight set and their fans were having a great time down the front. Pop over to their Facebook page and listen to their recently recorded 4-track Demo EP.
Next up were Surface Festival regional finalists Lets Play God. Rob and the guys definitely converted the audience and attracted some new and old followers while playing a truly roaring set to the masses. Superb sound, vocals and stage persona along with some great banter with the crowd in between songs, I can see why these guys have made it to the regional finals. Lets Play God have finished their latest EP and is going from strength to strength since they cemented their line up last year.
Diementia delivered a powerful set and bassist Miranda’s marvellous on stage antics gave me a few giggles while she darted about. Diementia are currently sorting out the band line up and I can’t wait until they have the new member in place and see how they play live once this is all sorted out.
Diementia are generously giving away their first album “Tears Of Blood” as a free download, see links below. Grab it while you have the chance!
Nerrus Kor, the punisher’s from Perth tore up the stage in the Cathouse and what a set it was. Deadly growls and screams along with pounding drums and roaring riffs definitely closed the night in superb style. The crowd had a pit going through the set and lots of hair was flying through the air. The guys certainly had the crowd going.
Among tonight set was the 4 tracks from their up and coming EP. Nerrus Kor first EP is nearly finished its only has to be mixed. The band is hoping for it to be release in late September. It’ll be worth the wait for it.
Post gig interview with Nerrus Kor
Lets Play God
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