Kamelot stop in Denver to leave The Ogden Theater with a nice dose of metal with special guest Dragonforce.
Dragonforce opened the show at full throttle and didn’t slow down for a second, playing songs from their new release Maximum Overload.Â It has been six years since they were last in Denver and this was a welcome return.Â Singer Marc Hudson announced “We are about to do something I said we would never do. We’re going to play a cover song by the great Johnny Cash,”Â and went on to play their metal version of Ring of Fire. The London metal band has been around for 16 years and in 2011 got a new lead singer when the former ZP Theart left the band due to “insurmountable differences of musical opinion.”
Headliner Kamelot took the stage next and belted out a long set of songs to an Ogden Theater packed with fans sporting Kamelot shirts and singing every word along with singer Tommy Karevik. They were here in support of their new album Haven, which is their thirteenth album, and they put on an amazing show musically and visually as they had an impressive light show and stage set.