The Scala, Kings Cross 18.09.09
The other bands on the bill.
Okay i missed Imma completly, when feral were on i was talking buisness and only came back in time to catch the last song truth is lies and heard singer martin singing lady gaga over the riff! (or was i drunk??) and as for richard christ, well come on please give me some credit!
Came in half way through their set and i must say they looked at home on such a big stage, another good performance carried with style from frontwoman Kit and her solid band.
Really just need that ep to come out so more people get to hear their stuff!
First time they played the scala Adrian was in Mexico with Brujeria, so at last he gets to play and behind the special nemhain branded kit as well!
Despite being (rock n roll) plagued by sound problems they absolutly hammered there way through a fast, furious and chaotic set, sam and lakis were pacing and at times running from side to side, i have never seen lisa move so much and on more than one occasion seemed to almost want to jump into the crowd.
Amber attacked the vocals like never before whilst adrian tried his best to break the drums by hitting them so hard!
We were treated to another new song tonight, as well as the classics like 'Heroin Child' and 'Speed Queen'.
Ultimatley its the cover of 'Die Die My Darling' thats still sends the audience wild, but then they have made it their own!
Kicked off with 'Murder Rock N Roll' and then it was a masterclass in organised chaos, they really do explode on stage with every member contributing energy even at half past two in the morning.
That vocalist Max had a throat infection did not show at all and he screamed and sang his dark soul out to the gathered masses.
Generation Graveyard are a fun band who put everything into their performance, it makes them exciting to watch and with great musicians a pleasure to listen too.