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The Morning After: Latitudes
WHERE: The Black Heart, Camden Town
HOW’S THE HEAD/NECK/VOICE? All fine; the trick to enjoying Latitudes is to close your eyes and let it evelope you. I probably stink though – the venue was tropical!
THE VIBE: LOUD. 100 people all packed in like sardines couldn’t absorb the monstrous sound of these guys – those at the front had bleeding ears and melted faces.
THE RIFFS: Crushing. Support acts Bast and Astrohenge are completely dwarfed by the mighty Latitudes, who provide a stunning performance with the help of guest vocalist Adam Symonds on tracks ‘Shapeshifting’ and their closing number ‘Antechamber’.
THE HANGOVER: None. Never has a band held me so captivated that I can’t be arsed to go to the bar. I really smell though…