The Mighty Auroch plays the stage at Louisville’s The New Vintage one last time with support from Olhm, Stagecoach Inferno and Satellite Twin.
It was a bittersweet evening at Louisvilleâ€™s The New Vintage on Saturday night as Louisville local Doom Metallers The Mighty Auroch performed for the final time. A good crowd of friends and local metal groups were there to share the evening their metal appetite was fully satisfied.
The Mighty Auroch took the stage with fury and tenacity delivering a rock solid set of original songs that electrified those in attendance. Their set included original songs “Where I Come From” and “The Weight” delivering deep and body shaking bass tones, raging guitar riffs and classic doom metal vocals. The Mighty Aurochâ€™s last song as a band was an epic seven-minute performance of “Aurochs.” It was a fitting ending to their show.
The Mighty Auroch is Blair Yoke (vocals), Austin Lunn (guitar), Patrick Flanary (bass), Adam Ullrich (drums).
Providing main support was Louisville localâ€™s, Olhm, and their dark-progressive/instrumental metal. Their more than thirty-minute set of original music was powerful and well received by the fans. For their final song of the evening, Olhm was joined on stage by singers from local groups Chigger and Hellfire Militia. Nateâ€™s guitar work especially impressive. Olhm is Nate (guitar), Josh (drums), Dave (bass), Marisa (violin), and J.R.(keys, media, synth).
The second band this evening was Louisville, Kentuckyâ€™s own Stagecoach Inferno and their raging Wild West brand of metal. Their set included songs from their upcoming album, A Town Called Atonement, including “Hammer and Tongs,” “The Dead and the Damned,” and “How the West Was One.”
As they did at Powerfest IV a couple of weeks ago, Stagecoach Inferno ripped into a unique cover of REO Speedwagon’s “Riding the Storm Out” before ending their show with “Black Blizzard”; it was a great set of original music. Stagecoach Inferno is Hunter Correll (bass/vocals), Brennan Ray (guitar/vocals), Stephen Casciato (guitar), and Thom Hammerheart (drums).
Opening the evening was the Louisville band, Satellite Twin, who performed their experimental garage rock music with songs from their recently released EP, The Mechanical Hearts.