Having spent last night at Circus Maximus, the greatest stadium the world has ever seen, I can honestly tell you I would not try to fill it with anyone but the Greeks. The show was as massive as the venue. It needed a band with the power of gods to truly fill it and rock it to the foundations.
It was as if the gods were ready for war and brought the power and strength of deities such as Athena and Ares, leveraging the goddess and God of Strength and war, respectively. Athena lent her strength to her bandmates, leading the charge on her Bass to fill every nook and cranny of the Circus, no matter how distant, with a great cacophony of a steady beat. Ares’ warlike aspect lent itself perfectly to such a metal-influenced set list, with his power and violent nature permeating the show. Rounding out the stage show was Demeter with her guitar and Hera leading on vocals.
The magical screaming of Demeter’s guitar showed an industrial side of her nature that many of her agricultural worshippers would be unfamiliar with. As the thumping drums and booming bass provided the rhythmic baseline for the evening and Demeter’s intricate performance provided the substance, it was Hera’s powerful voice that ensured there was not a single body that remained seated in the entire stadium.
Reaching a high pitch to contrast to the deep thrumming of the rhythm section couldn’t have been an easy feat, but Hera pulled it off without breaking a sweat. The final song finished just as the bass started causing the mortar and bricks to crumble, and the vocals threatening to crack every vase in the arena.
Can this tour get any better? But make sure you pick up the next issue of the Celestial Daily News as we power through the final few concerts of the Soulbound Tour. The anticipation of the fans building to the finale that will go down on #Kickstarter August 1st. Tickets are still just $20 and that includes shipping in USA and a credit for international attendees!
…. Rock On! \m/\m/
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