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  • rating: 88.3% (8)

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    Brighton, UK on Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    Jesus pole-dancing Christ that was killaaaaargh!!!! You guys are insanely good - please pleeeeease PLEASE do moar stuffs! I am so pumped right now. XXXXX

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    Brighton, UK on Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    Last time I saw SikTh was 8 years ago. Got blown away then, and blown away last night. Amazing show!! One of the best crowds ive been in... since I last saw SikTh!!

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    Norwich, UK on Mon, 10 Nov 2014

    Excellent, excellent gig. Tight, great support from HOAC, and awesome setlist from SikTh. Good to see them back and as epic as ever.

    Shame about the poor sound, not sure if it's the sound system at the Waterfront or the techy, but something lets it down. Techy-wise, turn the instruments down a bit man, instead of pushing the vocals up and up until it distorts.

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    Birmingham, UK on Sun, 09 Nov 2014

    Idiom, while not my cup of tea, played with good energy and were a great opening act. Their singer in particular did a good job of warming up the crowd. I had not seen or heard Heart Of A Coward before and I was pleasantly surprised, I well definitely be buying an album of theirs in the near future. Now on to Sikth:

    Their sound man was apparently deaf, which is hardly surprising given the utterly incredible volumes that he insisted on pushing the bass frequencies up to. It was physically painful to listen to and drowned out pretty much everything except the most raucous of screams from Mikee.

    It would seem that a week of touring is just about enough to destroy Justin Hill’s voice. He was struggling throughout the set to hit the high notes; he took a stab at Peep Show but was mainly held up by the crowd rather than his own ability. By the end he had pretty much just given up; half-heartedly throwing in a few lines here and there.

    Highlights included the unexpected performance of the first half of When Will The Forest Speak…, which I never thought I would see live, and a blinding version of Hold My Finger.

    Definite lowlight: Pussyfoot. Apparently Dan Foord has forgotten this song, despite playing every night for over a week. He managed to come in a bar and a half early, completely stop in the middle for no apparent reason and generally failed to play in time. This pretty much threw everybody else off their game and consequently resulted in Justin Hill actually apologising on stage for the mutilation. He blamed it on “technical issues”.

    I guess my overall experience was not aided by my anticipation, I remember them so fondly and having been told how tight they were only a week ago, I was expecting incredible things. Alas, it was not to be.

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    Manchester, UK on Sat, 08 Nov 2014

    Last night was my first ever gig and it was mind blowing cant wait for next time x

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    Manchester, UK on Sat, 08 Nov 2014

    First time seeing them and they blew me away. Idiom and Heart of a Coward need to come back soon.

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    Glasgow, UK on Wed, 05 Nov 2014

    It was great to see them playing again but I wish I could have heard more of the guitars in the mix.

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    Plymouth, UK on Fri, 31 Oct 2014

    Good bands, good show! But do you really have to turn the music up THAT loud? I couldn't even recognise some of the songs because of the immense loudness, not to mention the ringing in my ears for a few days afterwards.

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Fri, 25 Nov 2022 Manchester Academy 2 - Manchester, UK details
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