Review: Cancer Bats, Rescue Rooms
The Cancer Bats are one of the most hardworking bands in the world. In the past year they’ve been in Nottingham three times culminating in this, their biggest headline show in the city.
Their fourth album, Dead Set On Living, has received widespread acclaim and it was the songs taken from it that hit hardest. Bricks And Mortar and Road Sick arrived early on alongside established favourites Lucifer’s Rocking Chair and Sleep This Away.
Shillelagh took everyone back as far as the Bats’ demo release in 2006, before Old Blood brought the room tumbling back into 2013.
In Liam Cormier, the Cancer Bats have one of the most enthusiastic frontmen in the game and just when the band had all but exhausted their own material, their explosive take on the Beastie Boys’ Sabotage arrived with a vengeance, the crowd noise overcoming that of the PA system.
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Without pausing for breath, they launched into a devastating Hail Destroyer, complete with (admittedly mistimed) vocal assistance from Brutality Will Prevail singer Louis Gauthier. When the grinding, cyclic riff heralding R.A.T.S brought their 80 minute-set to a close, the chorus call of “There’s a special hell, for people like you” flew from every throat in the venue. Triumphant.