Much to our absolute and utter astonishment, Stormblast was as busy as it has been for the past weeks last night – despite town appearing to not be all that busy (and of course, it being really fucking cold).
Stormblast last night was yet another blast of the usual – i.e. total lunacy. Highlights including various groups of locals (i.e. non-metallers) happily dealing with black metal, but being scared by Meshuggah, and as Andy noted, their reaction to Opeth (the opening to the utterly sublime Ghost of Perdition is a little sudden, shall we […]
I was in Berlin this week, so I left Stormblast in the capable hands of my colleagues, and when I find the old setlist, I’ll add it…
Stormblast continues to grow and get better – many, many thanks to all that come down for it, despite my initial reservations it has done really well. I just wish we had more time to play all the stuff that is requested!
An interesting night, last night. Stormblast was fantastic fun with a great turnout and many amusingly pissed metallers. (I am kinda glad the viking drinking horns were forgotten, though)
The fourth night Stormblast wasn’t too bad, though, considering we lost a number of our usual audience to a gig at D’n’R Live.
The third night of Stormblast saw back to the core duo, as many nights were. This might have been the night where Viking drinking horns made their first appearance….
The second night of Stormblast introduced our first – of many – guest DJs over the few years that the night ran. We always had a policy of suggestions for songs we should play – extreme metal was, and still is, an extraordinarily broad church – and so having other DJs in as we needed […]
For the first eighteen months of tcf, it was a bit of a shotgun marriage between industrial and (ever-extreme) metal.