" Beasts From the North East "
By: Stephen Cummings (BeardBo & GHUK)
(Image: © DAK Imaging )
A Recap of the Cast in Tephra Gig at Little Buildings in Newcastle .
I had the chance to attend a sold-out performance at Little Buildings in Newcastle on July 29th. Cast in Tephra was the headliner, and it was a show to celebrate their new EP "Longings." The event also featured debut performances from Morrows Massacre and sets from Negatives and I am The Wreckage.
Kicking off the show with a bang, Morrows Massacre took to the stage and gave a performance that wowed the audience. Though a new band, they played with the precision and skill of seasoned veterans. Their on-stage energy and charisma were captivating, and the crowd was hooked from start to finish. It's thrilling to think about what the future holds for Morrows Massacre, given their undeniable talent and stage presence. There's no doubt that they have a bright future ahead of them in the music industry.
Negatives' ability to overcome technical issues and missing band members to deliver a solid set is a testament to their talent and dedication. It's not easy to perform under less-than-ideal circumstances, but with the help of other bands, Negatives was able to put on a great show.
It's worth noting that this kind of collaboration and mutual support is one of the most inspiring aspects of the music scene. Bands and artists often come together to help each other out, whether it's sharing equipment, filling in for missing members, or just offering moral support. This sense of community is what makes live music so special and memorable.
In the end, Negatives' performance was a shining example of the power of perseverance and teamwork. Despite the challenges they faced, they were able to deliver a performance that left a lasting impression on the audience.
Hardcore/Groove Metal Band from Manchester I am the Wreckage travelled to Newcastle to deliver an unforgettable performance. They brought their signature riffs and aggression to the stage, and even played the crowd-pleaser "Ocelot Revolver". The audience was pumped up, moshing and headbanging to the band's crushing beats and thunderous breakdowns. The atmosphere was electric, and it was clear that I am the Wreckage had arrived in Newcastle with one purpose in mind: To Destroy!!
The Beasts from the Northeast Cast in Tephra's successful headlining performance was not surprising, given their dedication to their craft. Their EP, which they were celebrating that night, had been long-awaited by their fans who had been eagerly anticipating it. The band members themselves had been putting in long hours of rehearsals, perfecting their music and the stage performance, and it was evident in how well they executed it.
The mosh pits and friendly violent fun that the crowd participated in during their set spoke volumes about the energy and enthusiasm that the Beasts from the Northeast Cast in Tephra infused into their music. The fans were moved by their performance, and the band members reciprocated the energy by giving it their all. It was a memorable night for everyone in attendance, and the Beasts from the Northeast Cast in Tephra had given an unforgettable performance that would be talked about for weeks to come.
Overall, the night was a celebration of music, passion, and hard work, and it was clear that the Beasts Cast in Tephra, Morrows Massacre, Negatives, and I am The Wreckage had succeeded in all three aspects. The crowd left the venue feeling satisfied and elated, eager to see what the band had in store for them next.
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