The Berlin is a small, intimate venue. What it lacked in stage lighting and space, it made up for in the crowd it drew. The crowd of 150+ crammed into an approximately 600 sq foot space was thrilled to be within inches of Metal Church. The band might be from the 80s, but you would know it by they packed the house!

The show itself lasted two hours, with a small break in the middle due to technical issues. Metal Church was using some of the opening band’s equipment and had some minor problems. After stopping a few times due to the bass rig not working, they plugged directly into the board and kept on rocking. They handled the issues like the professionals they are and the crowd stayed right with them as they worked through it. The crowd stuck through til the very end and gave Metal Church the energy they needed to rock through the misfortune.

Article and images by guest contributor Sheri Rouse

Remaining tour dates:
March 4 St Vitus Brooklyn, NY
March 5 JB McGinnes New Castle, DE
March 6 Revolution Bar Amityville, NY
March 7 Rex Theater Pittsburgh, PA
March 8 Empire Springfield, VA
March 9 Agora Ballroom Cleveland, OH
March 10 Rockhouse Live Memphis TN
March 12 Eck’s Saloon Lakewood, CO
March 14 LVC Las Vegas, NV
March 15 Ramona Mainstage Ramona, CA
March 16 Vinnie’s Concord, CA
March 21 Louie G’s Fife, WA
April 25 SWR Barroselas Metalfest XVI Portugal
April 26 Keep It True Festival Lauda-Königshofen, Germany
April 27 Dynamo Club Eindhoven, Netherlands
June 20-21 Dokkem Open Air Raard, Netherlands
June 27 Basinfirefest Spalene Porici, Czech Republic
June 28 Tuska Open Air Helsinki, Finland
June 29 Graspop Metal Meeting Kastelsedijk, Belgium

Metal Church online:
metalchurchmusic.com
facebook.com/OfficialMetalChurch
twitter.com/metalchurchis1

 

About The Author

Hailing from Boston and now residing in the Metro Detroit area, Mick has spent several years photographing concerts and interviewing musicians in the music industry. After spending a few years shooting and writing for MOTORCITYBLOG.net, he founded and started the National Rock Review in the fall of 2013. Recruiting staffers from around the world, he has led the National Rock Review team in to a respected and established publication in the online music news/press industry in a short period of time.

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