After many years of following Mushroomhead I finally got a chance to see them in their full glory.

To start with Shooting pictures at a Mushroomhead show is a contact sport. With water drums flying H2O everywhere it makes for a intersesting game. Particularly entertaining myself as I watch our photography staff fly around in the almost ballet game.

But beside that point the music is brilliant and the staging is spectacular. Like some sort of a twisted Heavy Metal opera the group commands the stage with brutal force.

I have always liked the mixture of heavy vocals mixed with melodic backup and vice versa. It has to be done well however so that you do not end up with this sweet and sour occurrence happening so much today.

Mushroomhead does it and does it well intricately weaving complex stories with ripping music and massive stage presence.

I was elated by the show and I cannot wait to see them again. Its definitely a tour worth catching particularly with the support bands and of course the main event the one and only Mushroomhead!

We have lots of lots of pictures on this one done so well by Shannon Lindsey and of course Hillbilly Skip. It is impossible to fully describe the show but the pictures help to paint a wonderful story of what a spectacle it is.




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