It is hard to mention Portuguese heavy metal without discussing Moonspell. They are arguably one of the most notable metal bands to take the world stage from Portugal. When they play, they bring an eclectic mix of metal heads to a show. These are not your traditional group of young moshers or crowd surfers. February 17th at the Gramecy Theater in New York City was no exception.

Opening for them were German band, Atrocity, and the Nordic symphonic metal band, Leaves Eyes. The latter includes the line up of Atrocity with lead singer, Liv Kristine, who’s been with the band since 2003. Kristine’s ethereal vocals sounded amazing paired with the crushing sound of heavy double bass drums. Leaves Eyes were out in support of their 2013 release Symphonies of the Night.

Moonspell online:
facebook.com/moonspellband
twitter.com/moonspell

Atrocity online:
atrocity.de
facebook.com/AtrocityOfficial
twitter.com/atrocitypage

Leaves Eyes online:
leaveseyes.de
facebook.com/leaveseyesofficial
twitter.com/Leaves_Eyes

 

About The Author

Mark is a freelance still photographer for concerts and events. He has photographed such bands as Metallica, Halestorm, Rush, Iron Maiden, Roger Waters, Macy Gray, Smash Mouth, Candlebox, Billy Joel, Slayer, Alice in Chains, etc. Worked as a Staff Photographer for Japan Day NYC, and has been shooting for over 10 years. Mark loves Metal and Classic rock, his first concert as a photographer was in 2008 when he shot Iron Maiden at Madison Square Garden. He has been hooked on live shows ever since, calling himself a pit dweller.

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