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This review accompanies the Alien Ant Farm photos in my gallery.
The Duchess, York, 12/01/2016
Reviewer: Luke Goodhand
Photos: Rowan Zynoni
15 Years have passed since Alien Ant Farm released they release there platinum selling first album "ANThology". Tonight's Gig is part of the UK leg of a Tour celebrating the fifteen year milestone with the band playing the landmark album in its entirety from start to finish and even better, they've brought some friends along for the ride!
Opening the night The Dirty Youth bring their Female Fronted energetic Electro Punk Rock to the stage. It's hard not to instantly warm to these guys, Punchy Punk Guitars, Anthemic Choruses and all the moody teenage charm you could want. Running through a short but refined set we are treat to a taste of things to come; certainly one to keep an eye out for in 2016!
Inme are next to the stage. Punchy and Intricate riffs, hard bass and pounding drums Inme's signature sound wows the crowd. Churning fan favourite after favourite they thunder through there set. Featuring such delights as the heartfelt slow burn of "Firefly", the Powerful "Legacy" and Anthemic finisher "Faster the Chase" Showcase the diversity and skilful delivery of a band at home on the stage. The crowd laps it up and scream for more.
Finally Alien Ant Farm take to the stage breaking the silence; the mesmerizing Bass of Courage fills the room. Next, Movies; the venue is in chorus. The band are on top form progressing through the most diverse Album to their name visiting Pop Punk, Reggae, Acoustic ballads and Smooth Criminal (of course). It's sad to think there will not be another gig like this for some time (maybe 25th guys?). To be able to experience a band perform their seminal work in its full, as they intended it to sound, in all its outstanding glory? For them to be showing genuine excitement and pride while they do it? In such an intimate venue? To be transported back to its release in 2001? Few bands can make such Boasts and that is something very special indeed. Every day before the gig and every day since I've seen AAF's Official Social Media Channels post their pre-gig shout out post declaring another "Sold Out Night" again an amazing achievement: Congratulations guys!
If you can get tickets for any of the remaining shows do it you're in for a treat!
Check out the rest of the photos here:
Alien Ant Farm Gallery