I had the privilege of catching September Mourning for the first time and was blown away by the show. It was an overall great night of music and performances by both Perpetual Dementia and Thira, before September Mourning took to the stage and delivered one of the most electric performances I’ve had the honor of watching.
This was my first time being able to catch Gemini Syndrome on tour and I couldn’t be happier that I was finally able to make it. I was pretty excited and unsure of what to expect. The vocals on the studio recordings are phenomenal, and I was looking forward to seeing how the live performance compared to the album, and rarely have I seen a band pull off such a spot on performance.
One thing is for certain after Otep’s performance at the warehouse: they have one of the most rowdy and loyal fan bases I have yet to see at a show; and with good reason, as Otep know how to put on a good show with an in your face attitude to accentuate the aggressive, yet poetic, nature of the music.
Bands – Ill Niño, Straight Line Stitch, Motograter, Thira, Lydia Can’t Breathe, Dark C3ll, Erasing Never
The words “Civil Unrest” can construct a vivid image within the mind, but when I first heard of The Civil Unrest tour, I admittedly didn’t think too much into the meaning behind the name.. It was just another name for another tour. All of that changed the second the first band hit the stage last Friday night at The Warehouse in Clarksville, TN.