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Rated 4 out of 5 by Glacialpath from Grindcore Heaven Napalm Death are one of my top 5 favourite bands of all time. Lock Up are up there too. When I found out Lock Up were one of the support acts to Napalm Death I nearly lost it there and then. What a line up. I hadn't heard much of Brujeria and I had heard non of Power Trip. First up the Merchandise stand had plenty to offer from all 4 bands. I only bought Napalm and Lock Up t-shirts and the new Lock Up album. Prices were like the old days...well back in the 90s anyway. Lock Up went first one of 3 sets Shane Embury would take part in through the night. With yet another singer in the shape of Kevin Sharp (Brutal Truth) fronting them, Lock Up plowed through a blistering set and for me were the best band of the night. Especially as my first Grindcore heaven moment when they played Feeding On The Opiate. The band firing on all cylinders with Nick Barker blasting along in that awesome way he does and keeping the band as tight as a snare drum. He also did 2 sets. The second with Brujeria. Power Trip looked like they had a ball....In the Electric Ballroom (sorry) Not having heard them before I was quite impressed with their version of Thrash with grind mixed in for good measure. Brujeria I have to say were quite fun to watch. Some pretty heavy stuff and noticeable different styles of riffs and drumming from the myriad of members they've had over the years. Then the headliners hit the stage with the ominous intro from Apex Predator: Easy Meat. During the 3rd song I thought I could hear a backing trackof some kind as some of what I was hearing was not being played. I'm a drummer so I tend to hone in of what the drummers are doing and Danny Herrera is one of my idles. Turns out the sound man had accidentally triggered a song through the P.A. as when Napalm finished the song they were on the other song carried on playing. Jokes were made and the carried on. My second Grindcore Heaven moment came when Barny Greenway announced they were to play a song that hadden't seen the light of day for some years and roared out Twist The Knife (Slowly) the opening track to my favourite ND album, Fear Emptyness Despair. Sadly ND had to play a truncated set due to an early finish but non the less they used the time well and got in quite a variety old and current.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Crig from Great gig. Best gig I've been to this year, all 4 bands were on form, had ringing in my ears for 2 days.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by HamoHash from Napalm Death on top form! Amazing line up, every band was top notch ! totally mind blowing night
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by LeaveMeAlone from Best metal line-up this year so far. Perfect venue for such a powerful show. Lock Up gave us a brilliant start to the night. Then came Power Trip, who presented a masterclass in thrash. They must come back soon. Brujeira were OK. Napalm Death effortlessly reminded us who we'd come to see, with a near relentless attack on everyone's audio receptive capabilities
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by AC from Great show! All bands were incredible, great to see a Napalm Death hometown show, great pit,loads of fun. But, the bar prices are ridiculous, over £5 for a pint of Carlsberg?!
Date published: 2017-05-10