Deviant UK headlined an AnalogueTrash event in Manchester’s Zoo night club.
Supported by Advance for their first English gig, as well as promoting their brand new album, CYFERDYNE and Method Cell
Ultimiately, not the best gig night I’ve shot – Too many focusing issues for me, in an environment I wasn’t used to.
So, only managed a couple of Deviant shots.
It’s been quiet for gigs up here recently. Only one I’ve been to has been VNV Nation in November, but since I’m not exactly press or a magazine, I couldn’t get shots – Ronan [or his management] insisted on only allowing recognised press in.
Hopefully, I’ll get some shots of Combichrist this month, although it’s a sell-out gig, so could be tricky.
I need stuff to edit, though! Perhaps I should branch out?
Also, with the WP updates, it looks like I can finally publish posts to my Facebook page, so that’s a bonus.
A little bit later than planned, due to sheer procrastination, however here we are…
Frontline Assembly, playing at the Classic Grand.
Supported by iVardensphere and Haujobb.
Due to a need to be fed, I missed Autoclav1.1 and Future Trail, but picked it up from the very energetic and fun XMH.
Then Sono played all their new tracks. Well, they were new for most of the crowd
Cervello Elettronico had a subdued sound, and stayed in darkness the entire time [frustrating to take shots of].
And of course, Covenant exploded on to the stage!
The Saturday of Infest ’13, opened by AAAK [As Able As Kane]
No shots of Weiloryb [didn't get any I could use]
Along with CHRYSALIDE and Click Click
The saturday was stolen by DA OCTOPUSSS
Headlined by Imperative Reaction
The first night of Infest Festival ’13 – 15 years of Awesome music.
Opened by METALTECH, followed by Inertia and Dive
Headliners Pride and Fall
Cygnosic played a very low key gig at the Classic Grand in Glasgow.
Support from Nightmare Frequency and Je$us Loves Amerika.
Icon of Coil’s first Glasgow gig, and much like the Aesthetic Perfection gig, it was a very hot and sweaty affair.
Supported by Advance, Skinjob and Terrolokaust
[Plus, a link to previews of Advance's upcoming debut album]