Here is the second part of our review of Tech-Fest! It's safe to say the festival was awesome and we will definitely be in attendance next year! ENJOY!
Giving everything they got, first up on Sunday crowd are Akarusa Yami. This Nottingham based metal act give an interesting sound to their melodies as they take the stage. A fairly new band on the scene having formed in 2010 and its obvious they want to give their two pennies worth to it!
Upping the ante with a powerful metal fist, No Consequence give a strong performance with hard and brutal riffs. They're clearly in love with what they do and it shows. They have their melodies tight and at their best they are truly heart-pounding. The crowd definitely feel the almighty punch that the band offers with their performance and it's hard not to enjoy their metal groove. A very strong act on the Sunday and certainly one to check out again.
Rolo Tomassi are one hell of an energetic band and their performance is stunning. It's also great to seeRolo Tomassi are worth a looking for those who don't know of them!
that the amount of female screamers in the metal scene is expanding. Quickly going from energetic screams to harmonic singing, she gives off a good range. This is a band that really connects with it's audience and they are a powerful band for the Sunday line up. Strong hitters and proud to keep on hitting,
As part of the build up for the end of the festival, there were some awards given out for the various competitions running. This also featured Chris Barretto of Monuments and gave for a good end to a fantastic festival. Check out some of the pics below:
However, delivering the final punch were Decapitated. This Polish Death Metal act gave a tight and brutal finish to the festival. Their music loud, proud and punishing, it was a nice hard hit to smash through the finish of the festival. The only problem was that their set felt brief. Far from a criticism, it's good to leave wanting more!