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Review by IndolentFool
Set 1: Maze was an absolute highlight. Gave me dead and co vibes with the tempo lmao but trey was doing some really cool comping during page’s solo and he blasted off during his solo. NICU was great. Steam great. Stash went into some weird major thing before peaking and coming back down to familiar Stash territory. Melt had a cool evil robot jam to close things out.
Set 2: I wasn’t as big a fan of set 2 as set 1 but there were still highlights, specifically in the second half. The transitions in the Plasma -> Twist > Harry Hood were really strong in a night with some mildly rough ripcords and song switches. They were having some fun with the Twist ending which picked the energy back up going into a smooth Harry Hood. It’s Ice was also a nice touch.
Esther was an unexpected and cool encore and they honestly could’ve ended there but they said F the curfew and played a ripping 46 Days which was sick. Overall, the show was great with a few inconsistencies which is to be expected the first night of any run. Love this band and can’t wait to see what they come up with tonight.