Review: The Ghost Inside, Rescue Rooms
WITH doors opening at 6:30pm on an unexpectedly warm February evening, the Rescue Rooms was the place to be for hardcore fans on Monday night.
This was something of a showcase of some of the genre's up and coming talent, alongside seasoned artists.
First up were Long Island's Stray From The Path, granted an earlier slot due to Landscapes pulling out. They wasted no time blasting through ferocious numbers such as Damian and Death Beds with all the precision and dedication of a headline act.
Bury Tomorrow were given the penultimate slot which provided the opportunity to play to a packed venue with a punishing and sweat-inducing set.
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However, it was down to five-piece The Ghost Inside to roll out the big guns with a strong focus on new material. Packing more punch than a boxing heavyweight with tracks such as Deceiver and the emotionally charged Thirty Three, it was unquestionably a night belonging to the Los Angeles band.
With circle pits and stage dives, as well as a stage invasion during the end of Engine 45, it's clear that when the return to Download in the summer they should easily pack out the second stage.