Collapses of Colour - Bobiks Newcastle 18/11/2023

Published on 19 November 2023 at 12:10

From Myself, Team GH/UK and beyond, the sentiment remains: Collapse of Colour, your music will endure, and your absence will be deeply felt.

By Stephen Cummings (BeardBo & GH/UK)

(Image: © Stephen Cummings (BeardBo)

Bobiks in Newcastle was alight with emotion as Collapse of Colour took the stage for their last performance. Fans came from across the Northeast pay their respects to the band that had been an integral part of the metalcore scene for six years.


With the fierce anthem "Drowning in my Sleep," the band opened the set, and the air crackled with energy. They played their classics throughout the evening, and each chord invoked raw emotions and memories. Frontman Connell from Divine Image joined the band onstage, adding an extra layer of intensity to an already charged atmosphere.


Collaborations with Shaun and Ryan from Cast in Tephra were a poignant highlight of the night, showcasing the band's versatility and ability to forge connections within the music community.


The performance wasn't merely a showcase of technical prowess but a celebration of a journey. For the band and their devoted fans, each song served as a poignant reminder of the memories made, the emotions shared, and the impact Collapse of Colour had on their listeners.


As the night drew to a close, a bittersweet aura enveloped the venue, and heartfelt gratitude was expressed to Collapse of Colour. Their music had been more than just a soundtrack; it had been a companion through highs and lows, a source of solace and empowerment.


With their final bow, Collapse of Colour bid their adieus, leaving an irreplaceable void in the metalcore landscape. Yet, their legacy persists, a testament to the passion, dedication, and camaraderie that defined their journey.


"Thank you, Collapse of Colour," A resounding tribute to a band that will be dearly missed but forever cherished for the memories they've gifted to their fans.


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