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Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

Veröffentlicht am 16. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Dynamo Metal Fest, Vuur, Toxik, Exodus, Entombed AD, Testament, Gojira, News, Live, Tour, Heavy Metal, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal, Bay Area, Prong, DFM, DFM2017, Devin Townsend Project, White Boy Wasted, Groove Metal, Prog Metal, Hardcore, Live Review

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

What a prefect day for a metal festival. Overcast, a few sunrays, a nice temperature, some good bands and a lot of metal - perfect conditions for a great day out. However, the first challenge was to get to Eindhoven. This has nothing to do with the DMF. It was more the vacation period that brought many people on the roads that Saturday, which led to some traffic jams and delays.

After a bit of a hassle on the highways I finally made it to Ijssportcentrum, unfortunately a bit to late for White Boy Wasted, a young local band from Eindhoven that got the chance to open this years edition of the DMF.

 

The first band I could witness was Vuur, the new band of singer Anneke van Giersbergen. The band is working right now on the debut which will be released via InsideOut on October 20th,2017 and after having heard the first single release “Days Go By – London” there was some curiosity when it comes to songs and live performance. Vuur are no rookies. There is a lot of experience in this band and therefore the show was done in a perfect balance between passion for the new and professionalism on the other hand. It was amazing how good the five-piece performed when it comes to tightness and harmony, esp. knowing that they haven’t had too many live shows together to date. Vuur created more appetite for the upcoming album and the long queue during the signing session showed clearly the status of Anneke van Giersbergen and band.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

Next to the two Dutch bands at the top of the batting order the DMF 17 was characterized by thrash metal; oldschool thrash metal to be precise. The billing included bands such as Testament, with New York City based Toxik being the first one to enter the stage. The band, that had two great releases at the end of the eighties, is back with full force. Josh Christian and band mates have been the first highlight that day. Going through material of the old days, but also songs from the recent EP "Breaking Class" created some first circle pits and it felt like Holland was intensively waiting for Toxik to return to Eindhoven RockCity. The four-piece band played an excellent show featuring furious guitar solos by main man Josh Christian. These guys are hungry and so are the fans.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

Let’s stay for another 50 minutes at the American East Coast. After Toxik created a lot of excitement it was up to New York City-based Prong to take things to a next level - and they did. Tommy Victor and Co. built the setlist around classics with only one new tune from the next album played that day (“Divide and Conquer”). The rest of the setlist was a kind of ‘Best of…', including anthems such as “Beg to Differ” and “Broken Peace”.  Prong set down an energetic show that was very well received by the crowd. The wall of sound these guys build as trio continuously astonishes me. Prong on stage is always an experience you shouldn't miss and today was for sure no exception.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

What we haven't heard so far was some death metal. Last year it was Swedish At The Gates that brought some growls to Eindhoven and this year it's their compatriots Entombed A.D. that nailed down a harsh and brutal show. After a quite long intro the quintet acted as a sonic wrecking ball. These five guys fired on all cylinders, leading to a lot of movement in the crowd. The beauty with the DMF is the billing. There is always some variety in the billing by still following a certain pattern of metal. Death metal, thrash metal and some more complex metal get together in a perfect manner; all combined to a running order that keeps the thrill alive. Dutch metal fans have enjoyed the ‘Vikings’ and therefore it wasn't very surprising that Entombed A.D. extended their show with a few minutes. Allt brå.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

As earlier mentioned, it was thrash metal that got a bit more attention this year. Exodus came to Holland, having a setlist in their bag that lead to pure excitement. Exodus is pure thrash metal without any frills or decoration. These guys don’t take any prisoners; they’re burning down the house. Also the five-piece from the Bay Area kept their set more oldschool with songs like “Piranha” and ”The Toxic Waltz” acting has highly appreciated icons, not to forget “Bonded By Blood”. As quite some other bands also Exodus has a long connection to Eindhoven and the Dynamo with having played their first show in Brabant 29 years ago and over all these years the quintet could keep the spirit alive. These guys are authentic, real, and heavy, being fully charged with metal energy that made Steve Souza already watch the shows of Toxik and Prong. Exodus was the real highlight on this year’s DFM and a true winner.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

Time for some more craziness? Of course. Devin Townsend stopped with his Devin Townsend Project at this year's DMF and spiced-up the metal feast at the ‘Ijsbaan’. The Canadian guitar wizard is a great entertainer with excellent guitar skills and a full bag of enthusiasm. The crowd might got a bit tired after already 6 hours of great metal, but Townsend would not be Townsend if he couldn’t gain the fans' attention in a minute. There's no way to escape from the energy that seems to be endless with Townsend. In addition it was a smart move to use the opportunity to also perform quite some songs together with Anneke van Giersbergen. It’s the beauty of a festival that these things can be more easily arranged than normal and metalheads in Eindhoven appreciated these 60 minutes a lot. The Devin Townsend Project music added another flavor to the DMF, leading to a big cheer for the British Columbia-based musician and his hard working band mates.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

One of the bands many fans came for was Bay Area thrash legend Testament. The band was already announced during last year’s edition and the fact that they had their first show outside America at the Dynamo festival 30 years ago was a promising fact for a great show. Unfortunately things went slightly different. Changing the scenery on stage normally took between20 to 30 minutes, but after 45 minutes there was still no Testament on stage. In place of the band the stage crew did one microphone check after the other and you could sense already that there’s something going wrong. I think it would have been good, if someone had informed the patiently waiting crowd about what’s the situation. Finally, after one hour waiting time the band entered the stage with “Over the Wall”. In a split second everybody forgot the long wait since an oldschool set seemed to compensate for the late start. However, due to the technical problems the band lost half of their playing time. The planned schedule ruled with Testament finishing their gig after 30 minutes with “Disciples of the Watch”. Based on whatever reason, the show was good, but the missed playing time, a non-appearance at the scheduled signing session and no merchandise left a bit of a sour taste with fans discussing it even on their way home.

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

After this stroke of fate quite some fans decided to start their way home. They missed though a brilliant show of French metal passionitas Gojira. The quartet could make use of a full light show and what you got to see was impressive. Light, smoke fountains and fire - all part of the show and used as a completion to their great music. This show was treat that for eyes and ears. I have to admit that I haven’t seen the band on stage till yesterday, but what I saw was a jaw-dropping good metal show of a band that had the best sound of the day. The setlist gave a good overview over all phases of the band's creation with a focus on the latest album “Magma”. Gojira is definitely a big player these days and the right headliner for the 2017 DMF. The quartet was the anticipated grand finale, rounding off an exciting metal day with a lot of good stuff and a downer.

 

This years DMF was the third edition and it was with 10,000 fans the biggest one to date. In general things have been arranged in a good way with some bottlenecks when it comes to the bar and the return of DMF coins. Prices for drinks and food have been fair even though the food offer could be bit wider next year with an also slightly increased quality. The burgers were really poor.

 

However, there are always things that can be improved and the mentioned will not take away a very positive impression of the DMF with the next year version being in the planning phase already. There’s a first act announced. Canadian metal icon Annihilator will come to Eindhoven and if I could have a wish the DMF team should continue with Canada by also bringing Voivod to Brabant. Let’s hope and see (or address it on the DMF FB site if you think the same).

Live review DYNAMO METAL FEST 2017, 15.07.2017, Eindhoven

Location: Ijssportcentrum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Date: June 15th, 2017

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Here comes PRONG's new video

Veröffentlicht am 11. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Prong, Groove Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal, Hardcore, New,Video

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CD review PRONG "Zero Days"

Veröffentlicht am 4. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Prong, SPV, Steamhammer, Crossover, Thrash Metal, Hardcore, News, CD Review, Groove Metal, Heavy Metal, Punk, Alternative Metal

CD review PRONG "Zero Days"

(8/10) After having had a first career high in the beginning of the 90's its New York-based powerhouse Prong who had a fantastic comeback in the 2010 years, starting actually with "Scorpio Rising" and the following "Power of the Damager" album in 2007. These two longplayer brought Tommy Victor and band back in business and it was "Carved Into Stone" that re-established the power outfit.

The newest sonic assault from New York is called "Zero Days" and as with the predecessors also this record is full of typical Prong songs, combining metal, riffs, groove and hardcore to an intensive experience for fans. As with the earlier longplayers also the newest one doesn't take prisoners. Victor, Kirkland and Parsons placed 13 songs on this album and each of them is an uncompromising harsh and loud piece of music.

"Zero Days" features brute and forceful songs. The opener "However it May End" with its mighty riffs, but also "Forced Into Tolerance" are merciless metal tracks, showing the band in an excellent shape and form. It feels like this line-up grew together over the last years, becoming a tight performing unit. These three guys perform like smoothly working cogwheels, keeping this intense metal machine up and running at its best.

What distinguishes the trio is the amount of shades they add to their sound. Songs like "Divide and Conquer", with all its embedded aggressiveness, still includes melodic parts that adds excitement. Another tune, coming with similar pattern, is "The Whispers". This track could be a melodic left over of the "Snap Your Fingers..." days, at least in parts.

To sum up: "Zero Days" will be very welcomed by Prong fans. It's an album that comes with all trademarks you know from Tommy Victor and Co.. Bold riffing, a intense groove and a well-done balance of melody and heaviness is what Prong is about and what the new album covers in a perfect fashion. Good stuff for your ears.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. However it May End
  2. Zero Days
  3. Off the Grid
  4. Divide and Conquer
  5. Forced Into Tolerance
  6. Interbeing
  7. Blood Out of Stone
  8. Operation of the Moral Law
  9. The Whispers
  10. Self Righteous Indignation
  11. Rules of the Collective
  12. Compulsion Future Projection
  13. Wasting of the Dawn
  14. Reasons to be Fearful

 

Label: SPV/Steamhammer

Genre: Groove Metal

Release Date EU: July 28th, 2017

 

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PRONG announces a new album

Veröffentlicht am 18. Mai 2017 von Markus W. in Prong, Groove Metal, Thrash Metal, Heavy Metal, News, Steamhammer, Live, Tour

Groove metal master Prong announced a new album entitled "Zero Days". Unfortunately it takes more than 'zero days' to enjoy this new masterpiece since release date is July 28th and the album comes via Steamhammer/SPV.

PRONG announces a new album

Prong also announced some first tour dates for Europe:

PRONG announces a new album
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CD review PRONG "X - No Absolutes"

Veröffentlicht am 25. Januar 2016 von Markus W. in Prong, Groove Metal, Thrash Metal, Modern Metal, Alternative Metal, News, CD Review

(9/10) You want it, you get it. This is basically what the new Prong album stands for. "X - No Absolutes" is the next strike of the New York-based groove metal masters and fully lives up to expectations. If you liked Prong in the past you will also highly appreciate the new longplayer.

"X - No Absolutes" is another climax for Prong after having release excellent longplayers like "Carved In Stone" and "Ruining Lives". It seems that the break fully re-energized the band and the new record can easily handle comparisons with earlier masterpieces such as "Beg To Differ" and "Prove You Wrong".

Another key factor for such a success is a consistancy in the line-up. Since 2012 the trio Victor, Christopher and Cruz represents Prong and after all the years those three guys stand together as a rock.

Like nobody else, Prong combines metal, thrash, hardcore and industrial to a melange that is quite unique. Tommy Victor created a musical identity which is so special that Prong songs can be immeditaely identified as such.

Already the first notes are 100% Prong. Victor's guitar sound brings your body instantly into motion. You want to move and bang your head while listening to "Ultimate Authority". This tune could have been on "Beg To Differ" too, no doubt. Time to breath afterwards? No. The fast "Sense of Ease" hits you like a wrecking ball and the mighty "Without Words" isn't less intense either.

In case you need some time to recover, you need to wait till you get to "Do Nothing". This number has some relaxed moments in the verse, before a melodic chorus brings back the power. "Do Nothing" is an interaction between loud and silent and presents a new Prong expression. Still, a very cool track.

The journey continues with the hard-hitting "Belief System" that is coming with a typical Prong riff.

In the end there is not even one filler on this album. After a bit of a bad patch in the beginning of this century Prong are back since a few years and they are stronger than ever.

"X - No Absolutes" is the best out of the last three Prong records. "Carved in Stone" and "Ruining Lives" have been good discs, but the new longplayer convinces with a constant high level quality that makes Prong to a really thrilling metal act.

You want it, you buy it, you listen to it. Pure Prong.

 

(9/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Ultimate Authority
  2. Sense of Ease
  3. Without Words
  4. Cut And Dry
  5. No Absolutes
  6. Do Nothing
  7. Belief System
  8. Soul Sickness
  9. In Spite of Hinderances
  10. Ice Runs Through My Veins
  11. Worth Pursuing
  12. With Dignity
  13. Universal Law (Bonus)

 

Label: SPV/Steamhammer

Genre: Groove Metal

Release Date EU: February 5th, 2016

CD review PRONG "X - No Absolutes"
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New single from PRONG

Veröffentlicht am 6. Oktober 2015 von Markus W. in Prong, Danzig, Tour, News, Groove Metal, Thrash Metal, Punkrock, Modern Metal

New York's groove metal institution Prong is back after intesive touring with a new single called "Ultimate Authority". The song is taken from the upcoming album "X - No Absolutes" that will be released by Steamhammer/SPV on January 29th, 2016. "Ultimate authority" is available via all relevant portals such as Amazon, iTunes, Spotify,... Check it out.

Furthermore Prong is on tour through North America, mainly with Danzig, Here are the dates:

03 October Tempe, AZ - The Marquee
05
October Austin,TX - Stubb´s
07
October Memphis,TN - Minglewood Hall
09
October New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre
10
October Atlanta, GA - Center Stage (mit Superjoint)
11
October Birmingham, AL - Iron City
12
October Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live
13
October Jacksonville, FL - Jack Rabbits (Prong Headliner)
14
October Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore
15
October Norfolk, VA - Norva (mit Superjoint)
16
October Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
17
October Worcester, PA - The Palladium
18
October Montreal, QC - Metropolis
20
October Portland, ME - State Theatre
21
October New York, NY - Best Buy Theatre
22
October Clifton Park, NY - Trickshots (Prong Headliner)
23
October Cleveland, OH - Agora Ballroom
24
October Milwaukee, WI - The Rave
25
October Omaha, NE - Sokol Auditorium
26
October Lawrence, KS - Granada (mit Superjoint)
27
October Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
29
October San Jose, CA - City National Civic
30
October Las Vegas, NV - The Joint
31
October Los Angeles, CA - Microsoft Theater

New single from PRONG
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CD review PRONG "Songs from the black hole"

Veröffentlicht am 15. März 2015 von Markus W. in Prong, Groove Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal, CD Review, News

(8/10) Almost a year after their latest studio release Prong surprises us with a new longplayer. This time it's not about new songs from the groove metal institution from New York. It is more a kind of journey into the personal record collection of the Tommy Victor and band mates.

Prong recorded an album that contains ten songs from bands that influenced New York-based Tomme Victor and by that also the sound of Prong. And it's a great birthday present too, since Prong can celebrate their 30st anniversary pretty soon.

It starts with a heavy version of Discharge's "Doomsday" which sounds excellent in the way Prong interprets the song from UK punk band. Unfortunately the Sisters Of Mercy hit "Vision thing" from the album of the same name doesn't reach the perfection of the original. It's good, but the other covers are better.

Going futher to Butthole Surfer's cover of "Goofy's concern" means leaving 'gothic' and going back to punk and hardcore again. And especially "Bars" from Blag Flag, that became an excellent interpretation, is one of the highlights on the disc.

Also the rest of the songs covers a lot of hardcore bands of distinction like Fugazi and Husker Du.

A tune that stands out is the Neil Young cover of "Cortez the killer". The slow and melancholic song is a kind of counterpart to the other tracks on the album. The rocker that is originally from Young's "Zuma" album from 1975 begins with a great guitar part and is about Hernán Cortés, a conquistador the conquered Mexico. Prong's version reflects the original very well by still being an authentic Prong interpretation. Together with Zodiac's version of the track one of the best covers of the calssic so far. And it is, in my humble opinion, the best track on the album.

Sometimes those cover albums feel like 'a need for money'. Not this one. Tommy Victor has a passion for those songs he put on the longplayer. They obviously mean a lot to him. And that is what you can hear on each of the ten tracks. 

"Songs from the black hole" is a good album that gives also younger fans a good overview about the 80's hardcore/punk heroes and is a real bridge till we can welcome the next Prong studio release. Thumbs up.

 

(8/10) 

 

Tracklist:

  1. Doomsday (Discharge cover)
  2. Vision thing (Sisters Of Mercy cover)
  3. Goofy's concern (Butthole Surfers cover)
  4. Kids of the black hole ( Adolescent cover)
  5. Bars (Black Flag cover)
  6. Seeing red (Killing Joke cover)
  7. Don't want to know if you are lonely (Husker Du cover)
  8. Give me the cure (Fugazi cover)
  9. Banned in D.C. (Bad Brains cover)
  10. Cortez the killer (Neil Young cover)

 

Label: SPV/ Steamhammer

Genre: Groove Metal

CD review PRONG "Songs from the black hole"
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New song from PRONG as video

Veröffentlicht am 27. August 2014 von Markus W. in Prong, Thrash Metal, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal, News, Video

Groove metal dinosaur Prong released a new video for a song from the last album "Ruining lives". The track is called "Remove, separate self" and reflects everything you want from the NY based band.

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CD review PRONG "Ruining lives"

Veröffentlicht am 15. April 2014 von Markus W. in Prong, Thrash Metal, Alternative Metal, News, CD Review

(8/10) My first connection to Prong was in 1990. A friend of mine gave me an album called "beg to differ and advised me to try it out. So I did and I was impressed from what I heard. Esp. the title track I never got out of my head anymore. For that moment on I follow Prong and their releases - even in the less successful area end of the ninties.

Now, two years after they have released their latest album "Carved in stone" the band from New York is back with a nee record. "Ruining lives" has eleven groove metal tracks, which are definitely Prong. Hard metal riffs meet harmonies, rhythms and industrial coldness.

Songs like the opener "Turnover", but also tunes like "Remove, seperate self" and the title track are just grooving riff monsters as we are used to from the band. Actually five great tracks to start an album with. The second half of the album increases speed. The racing fast "Book of change" shows that Prong has also roots in hardcore, while "Chamber of thought" has more references to thrash metal. The screaming guitars in the solo part are just great.

There are also two songs, which I think are a bit more average and loose compared to the highlights of the album. "Self run riot" is one of them and the closer "Limitations and validations" is the other one. Those tunes don't really light the spark and I could have lived without those.

All in all "Ruining lives" became a strong Prong album, that continues where the band stopped with "Carved into stone". That's one thing. But Prong is a live band and if you have seen them earlier you know what I'm talking about. Check out the redord, but try to see them live. They are massive and it's an even better experience.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Turnover
  2. The barriers
  3. Windows shut
  4. Remove, separate self
  5. Ruining lives
  6. Absence of light
  7. The book of change
  8. Self will run riot
  9. Come to realize
  10. Chamber of thought
  11. Limitation and validation

 

Label: Steamhammer/SPV

Genre: Groove Metal 

CD review PRONG "Ruining lives"
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CD review PRONG "Unleashed in the West - Live in Berlin" - official bootleg

Veröffentlicht am 30. März 2014 von Markus W. in Prong, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Thrash Metal, CD Review, News

(8/10) While eveybody is waiting for the new album "Ruining lives" from Prong, the groove metal guys from New York released via Bandcamp a kind of "best of..." official bootleg which deserves to be mentioned.

The band recorded this album in Berlin in the Trixx Studio in a break between two summer festivals in 2013. The entire album is recorded live and hasn't got any filters. The whole session didn't take longer than three days. That means that you have to do it with a raw and basic sound in a very good bootleg quality. 

From the songlist point of view nothing could have been done better. All the band's highlights and classics are on the list. The playlist is also very similar to the current tour setlist of the band. Therefore it's a good souvenir for all fans who have seen the trio live this spring.

Cool stuff which bridges the waiting time till the new album which will be released in April.

 

(8/10)

 

The bootleg was recorded in the line-up:

Tommy Victor - guitar and vocals

Jason Christopher - bass and backing vocals

Alexei Rodriguez - drums and backing vocals

 

 

Tracklist:

  1. For dear life
  2. Beg to differ
  3. Unconditional
  4. Lost and found
  5. Cut-rate
  6. Rude awakening
  7. Broken peace
  8. Another worldly device
  9. Power to the damager
  10. Close the door
  11. Dark signs
  12. Prove you wrong
  13. Third from the sun
  14. Steady decline
  15. Snap your fingers, snap your neck
  16. Whose fist is this anyway?
  17. Irrelevant thoughts

 

Label: via bandcamp

Genre: Groove Metal

 

 


 

CD review PRONG "Unleashed in the West - Live in Berlin" - official bootleg
CD review PRONG "Unleashed in the West - Live in Berlin" - official bootleg
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Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014

Veröffentlicht am 28. März 2014 von Markus W. in Prong, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Live Review, News

The Patronaat is a nice venue in the city center of Haarlem in The Netherlands. The smaller of the two halls can handle 350 spectators and was almost sold out. Prong is still known and has a lot of fans. That was a good signal, since I have seen a few shows from other bands in the last months which played in half filled venues. 
 
Before the trio from New York entered the stage it was time for their support band. It was KLOGR (spoken: 'Kay-log-are') from Italy who got the opening slot for this tour. I haven't heard from the band before eventhough they are not totally new i the business. The main guy behind these guys is  Gabriele "Rusty" Rustichelli on guitar and vocals. The music of the band has an modern metal touch and I had to think about bands like Adrenaline Mob and Drowning Pool. Klogr did a great job as an opener and prepared the scene for Prong very well. This was also obvious due to the fact that the venue was already filled quite well during their show.
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
But of course everybody came to see the groove metal guys from the US. After a short break (quite nice to see the stage covered with a curtain during the stage preparations) PRONG started around 21:30. This was the beginning of an one and a half hour long show which was pure rock'n'roll. It was a journey though 19 songs which have been full of riffs, power and energy. No signs of jetlag from the guys (they arrived two days before the show), just pure passion.
 
The start couldn't have been chosen better. "For dear life" and "Beg to differ" from the album with the same title set the tone of voice. Heavy riffs and a lot of groove pumped a lot of energy into crowd. The setlist in general was well chosen. Doubtless, there have been the band's classics like "Beg to differ", "Broken pieces" and "Snap your fingers, snap your neck". But also the powerful "Revenge best served cold" from the last record found the way on the setlist and is of course a perfect live song. But Prong also decided to add two new tunes to the gig. It has been the opener of the new CD called "Turnover" and the title track from the coming album "Ruining lives" (release date: 25.4.14). Both songs work perfect in a live show, esp. since Prong played them much harder than they are on the coming album. 

All band members obviously enjoyed the show. Tommy was constantly in motion and in contact with the audience. The same goes for the guy on the bass. Jason Christopher did a great job eventhough he looked pretty absent during the first 2-3 songs ... due to whatever. But the stage acting afterwards was excellent and the trio delivered a great show. This led to a highly enthusiastic audience and a great atmosphere during the show. This is entertainment as it should be.

After around 90 minutes the first tones of "Prove you wrong" filled the venue and it was clear to everybody that the end is near. Prong hammered this song into crowd and finished a great show. 
 
 
 
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
 
To mention also the very good accoustics of the show. Not only Prong, but also Klogr got a clear, heavy and dense sound which fitted perfect to this kind of music. Well done and a (loud) gift for the ears.
 
All in all it was a great evening with a cool support act and a mighty headliner. Next time again!
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014

Setlist Prong:

  1. For dear life
  2. Beg to differ
  3. Irrelevant thoughts
  4. Unconditional
  5. Eternal heat
  6. Lost & found
  7. Ruining lives (new track)
  8. Third from the sun
  9. Cutrate
  10. Rude awakening
  11. Turnover (new track)
  12. Revenge best served cold
  13. Broken piece
  14. Another worldly device
  15. Whose fist is this anyway?
  16. Snap your fingers, snap your neck
  17. Power of damage


Encore:

  1. Carved into stone
  2. Prove you wrong

Location: Patronaat, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Date: 27.03.2014

Setlist Prong:
  1. For dear life
  2. Beg to differ
  3. Irrelevant thoughts
  4. Unconditional
  5. Eternal heat
  6. Lost & found
  7. Ruining lives (new track)
  8. Third from the sun
  9. Cutrate
  10. Rude awakening
  11. Turnover (new track)
  12. Revenge best served cold
  13. Broken piece
  14. Another worldly device
  15. Whose fist is this anyway?
  16. Snap your fingers, snap your neck
  17. Power of damage

Encore:

  1. Carved into stone
  2. Prove you wrong
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
Live review PRONG/KLOGR, Patronaat, Haarlem 27.03.2014
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