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Discussion in 'Ne Obliviscaris' started by Tim Charles, May 20, 2009.
sounds like i missed out
thanks for the review!
You'll have to sort something up with Okera next time you boys are down here.
Willow: The "What have we become" song is pretty much being phased out from what I can tell, that might be the last time Arbrynth play it.
Rainshadow finished with 'Her Shadow'
Okera were bloody great, and had the venue at it's peak (the most packed I've seen the Arty), an awesome effort for first band up!
A few select shots HERE:
Anyone know how many payers there were for the Arty show on Friday? Sounds like it was a great success which is awesome!
I'm looking forward to checking out Okera at one of their future shows.
@ Tim - The guy on the door wasn't keeping track unfortunately, but I think we worked it out to maybe 150 - 200 payers, but definitely 200+ over the course of the night (including bands etc.). We probably had about 100 watching us, elbow-to-elbow from front to back past the bar.
I'm really struggling to keep the size of my head in check hahaha.
Yeah. The figure I got was 190 payers, and that was some halfway through. Cool crowd, solid bands. I think I have epilepsy after those lasers
The lights were very unusual for a metal gig, but also very cool + smoke machine = madness!
Fark 190! Ain't too shabby considering 1 band hadn't played before, 1 hasn't played in Melbourne before, 1 hasn't played in 6 months, and the other was playing their second Melbourne gig in about 18 months!
2 months of solid spamming paid off
wow nice one!
Pretty killer first show
Keen to check it out
Spewing I missed rainshadow too, can't get 'omega' outta my head!
Duhh, da duhhh, da duhhh, da duhhh.. duhhh!
Well you could always check out some photos here - http://metalobsession.net/gallery?album=8&gallery=60
Remembering that was only partway through the night, and excluding the non-accounted ones .
Just saw Aeon of Horus last night, there was like 20 people watching them but maybe 80 for the other bands. Wtf is wrong with my town, goddam. Gonna have to leave this bitch.
We're back at the Arthouse Sunday June 7 with Five Star Prison Cell (long weekend), and the Hi Fi Bar with Vanishing Point Friday June 12. Come along and have a beer or three.
May or may not be at the arthouse show.
Will likely be at the HiFi show, since i'll be near the city on the 12th.
That sounds like the inverse of Progfest Canberra, everybody built up until Aeon of Horus, then trickled away!
Arthouse on the 7th is definitely a goer - first three bands should be good!
Welkin Entertainment Presents
A STATE OF FLUX
THE NIGHT TERRORS
with Performance Art by AFTERWHITE
Date: Friday, June 19
Venue: The Corner Hotel (Swan St., Richmond)
MUSHROOM GIANT has always approached music as an art form. Liberated as an instrumental band and devoid of the usual clichés a permanent singer usually brings, Mushroom Giant has, with their 2008 release, Kuru, earned themselves a reputation as one of Australias premier instrumental bands. Their live performances transcend the conventional rock band with mesmerising compositions ranging from delicate classical arrangements with subtle shifts in shade, to intensely exerted barrages of howling guitars and drums - supported by visual projections of stunning imagery that thoughtfully complement each song.
Joining them on the night is a fantastic selection of some of the best bands Melbourne has to offer from a range of styles and genres: A STATE OF FLUX, THE NIGHT TERRORS, TERAMAZE & THE MOROCCAN KINGS will all be performing on the night, with innovative duo AFTERWHITE also providing performance art at intervals through the course of the evening.
Facebook event page:
Last.fm event page:
amazing, virtuoso, europe etc etc
NEXT SATURDAY FFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!
They should have a disclaimer on that flyer saying ruined underwear will be the wearer's sole liability.