Monday, November 2, 2015

Live photos: Amaranthe, Amos' Southend (11/1/2015)

Posted By on Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 1:31 PM

Amaranthe, Butcher Babies, Lullwater
Amos' Southend
Nov. 1, 2015

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Fans of Amaranthe might have noticed something a bit amiss when the Swedish metal band hit the Amos' Southend stage on Sunday night, but any visual differences were negligible when it came to sound. Though one of the band's members, Jake E. Lundberg, is not on tour so he can stay home with his new baby, the singer's replacement, Chris Adams, filled the shoes admirably alongside Elize Ryd and Henrik Englund. 

Adams sings the male melodic portion of Amaranthe's music which showcases a variety of styles — the growl of Englund, the male-female duet options, the growled vs. sung dichotomy. It's a solid blend that merges well, especially in the live setting. For the most part, Adams appeared a bit reserved, but his vocals were always on-point. Ryd absorbs much of the spotlight thanks to her impressive range. 

The night was started by Athens, Georgia, rock quartet Lullwater which displayed its Southern and classic rock influences. The meat in the metal sandwich was laid down by Butcher Babies' heavy-handed, growled metal. 

 

Amaranthe setlist
Digital World
Trinity
Hunger
Invincible
1.000.000 Lightyears
Mechanical Illusion
Massive Addictive
True
Over and Done
Afterlife
Electroheart
Drum Solo
Leave Everything Behind
Amaranthine
Call Out My Name

Encore
The Nexus
Razorblade
Dynamite
Drop Dead Cynical

Butcher Babies setlist
Monster's Ball
Never Go Back
The Cleansing
Igniter
Jesus Needs More Babies for His War Machine
Mr. Slowdeath
Gravemaker
Thrown Away
They're Coming to Take Me Away
Magnolia Blvd.

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