So I showed up around 8:20 I believe and All Them Witches were already playing. I don’t know if I caught them in the middle of their set or a few songs in. They are probably the most experimental out of all the bands. It was interesting to see how the bassist played and how the band really worked together in a collective of sound. There wasn’t really one instrument taking the spotlight at any time more of them just working together in the whole song if that makes any sense. Their music isn’t really my cup of tea but I can totally respect them on the musicianship and the creativity behind their music.
The German rockers Kadavar are back in the U.S. I missed my chance of seeing them at the show they played with Pentagram in Santa Ana a few years back and was really disappointed that I couldn’t see them. I was really excited that I won these tickets so I could be able to see them. They had this really cool intro tape that could be from a movie or maybe even like an old radio program from back in the day either way it was really cool. Right when they came out they just started to rock this venue. The instruments just sounded so good the guitar tone was just really good. I was just really impressed by the whole performance of the band it sounded really tight. The drummer had a really cool see through drum kit. The lights really did add to the whole performance of the band it just looked really cool. They played some songs of their new album Berlin which I was able to pick up a copy at the show and it’s really good. They played “The Old Man” which is one of my favorites off the new album and also "Last Living Dinosaur" and many other good songs. The crowd received them quite well. I heard Abra Kadavar a few years ago but now I will have to pick up a copy of it sometime soon. Also, I must say Kadavar is really good live band and if you can see them you will not be disappointed!