I'm going tonight to see OhGr, and Lead into Gold.
Very excited, but not sure what the picture policy is gonna be. . so here's some shots from when I saw OhGr back in October (opening for KMFDM) and Paul Barker from November when he was touring with Revolting Cocks.
If I can get good pics tonight, will update later this week with em.
some of the guys hanging out later that night at a club up the street
OhGr (fronted by ex-Skinny Puppy lead singer Ogre), with Lead into Gold (Paul Barker from Ministry & Revolting Cocks solo band), and Onmiflux (new singer. . who was GREAT).
the show last night was so good!
like OMG good.. tho Ogre himself was like a drunk cat up there on the stage -- in particular when he beaned himself with the mike stand (after knocking it over multiple times, along with lights, stage props and other stuff) LOL He's fixated on wearing a dead bunny-rabbit mask (tying into the new album, Tricks, I suppose) which he wore for almost the entire set. . but at least he FINALLY took it off for the encore.
Paul Barker performing as Lead Into Gold was *brilliant*. . so good, I bought both vinyls he had for sale. And even opener Omniflux was very good.
great show, and glad there was a good turn out.
here's some pics.
me and Paul Barker, who was just hanging out in the club. Really nice guy, and the only member of RevCo that I hadn't gotten to meet when they were in Austin back in Nov. . . so now that is remedied.
Lead Into Gold
Omniflux (who I think might be dating Paul Barker), came out as guest guitarist for several Lead Into Gold songs too.
her opening set was fantastic
the light columns behind Lead into Gold made for some great visuals
OhGr 's Ogre, in full bunny mask
as political as they got. . .. . tho they are a bit political.
caught the lights just bright enough to see some of the rest of the band.
finally for the encore, the mask came off!
it was the road managers Bday, so they gave him a birthday paddling :p
saw a fantastic set last night from a show by Curse McCay (ex Pigface), C-tec (Jean-Luc from Front 242 & Marc from Cubanate), along with Chemlab.
Curse, and Chemlab were ok - tho didn't stay for the whole Chemlab set (seen em before, and just not a big fan of em live)
but bought my ticket to see C-tec -- who rarely play live (and rarely come out of hibernation since Jean-Luc is so busy with Front 242 always.. tho Richard 23 (also from Front242) always has time to tour with RevCo). Seriously, they've been around since the mid 90's, and only have released 2 albums! Tho he teased a "new" song that they played, so maybe a 3rd album is coming?
anyways. they were stunningly brilliant, and played the classic songs, including my favorite "Foetal".. SO much fun for the whole place to be screaming along to the refrain "we're on the way to being gahhhhhhhhhds"
so good, I bought both the CD they had for sale (containing both way out of print albums), and a Tshirt (and both Jean-Luc and Marc were kind enough to sign the CD for me).
here's some pics from last night mostly C-tec, tho last 2 are Chemlab :
C-Tec (Jean Luc on vocals, Marc on keyboards on right)
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