, attached to 2014-04-26

Review by VTphisherman

VTphisherman Overall a good solid show - very tight solos and everyone was crisp with no flubs to speak of, the offseason solo work was apparent.

First set was pretty stock, but clean and energetic. So good to hear a strong rift out of Trey among others. Moma was funky and tight and the second half of the set flowed well. Party time was a welcome crowd pleaser and seemed to embody the vibe.

The first set left a lot on the table and was good, but the second really overshadowed it. A strong down with disease with very tight guitar work by Trey morphed into a space trance - well received after the stock first set. Mike's bass had a really cool effect in the into riff.

Birds was fine, twist was above average. Light was a killer jam, on track to be a real monster when it took a turn to the spaced out and kind of fizzled. A pleasant but unremarkable Harry Hood. Grind was hilarious, as always and Julius was a fun and different encore.

Second set was good with moments of greatness, down with disease and light be the main highlights. Overall a clean and solid show which bodes well the coming tour.


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