Written by Angel Park
Melbourne, Australia-based band, Amyl and The Sniffers, recently had a successful sell-out show at Underground Arts and played an exciting setlist full of their latest songs. They were joined by fellow bands C.O.F.F.I.N and Upchuck.
The audience was treated to a powerful performance by C.O.F.F.I.N, a five-piece punk/rock/metal band, from Norway. The group’s sound can best be described as angry yet catchy, with heavy beats mixed into fast-paced songs that had the crowd moshing and headbanging along through their whole set.
Following C.O.F.F.I.N was Upchuck. Based in Atlanta, this high-energy punk group is one of the most exciting up-and-coming bands in its music scene. Their songs have been described as “in your face with rebel yell vocals, fast-paced drums, and heavy guitar riffs all over a catchy bassline.” Upchuck‘s performance was filled with heavy bass riffs and growly vocals that had the whole crowd moving front and center in the circle pit and crowd diving off the stage.
Finally, the crowd went wild when Amyl and the Sniffers took the stage. They were rowdy, intense, and well deserved of the show’s sold-out status. There wasn’t a fan not screaming along as the group powered their way through favorites such as “Guided by Angels” and “Gnacked on Anger.”
The Sniffers are currently on tour, so be sure to check out their website for dates and locations. If you can’t catch them live, be sure to pick up a copy of Comfort to Me – it’s worth a listen.
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