Underøath was actually the second band to hit the stage that afternoon – I missed the first act due to the jammed traffic. They came out with a truly spectacular level of intensity, pouncing around like caged animals trying to escape from their captors. Front-man Chamberlain whipped his hair in every direction, bellowing into the mic and dropping to his knees at the front of the stage, meanwhile his band-mates moved incessantly, fiercely spinning guitars and basses around their bodies. Keyboardist Chris Dudley banged his head in time with the drums while he was twisting knobs and pushing keys, a true sight to behold as keyboardist are usually for the most part a “static element” in virtually every band’s landscape. Tantalizing amounts of energy and sweat radiated throughout the space, and the band definitely harnessed the crowd’s response in their performance, as part of a set which flew by in a blink of an eye.
Collection Of Event Galleries
The ever-changing section of this website, in all honesty, I take more pictures than I'm able to work on, therefore there are always pending galleries to be added. This is a big behemoth, a collection of pictures galleries I have amassed through the years, sometimes pressing the shutter under the most challenging conditions. If you are willing to scroll amidst dozens of photographs, you will find some fantastic shots I could not include in the BEST SHOTS section for space reasons.