Live Review: American Head Charge [The Lincoln Imp, Scunthorpe] September 16, 2017

Tonight, American Head Charge showcased why they are one of the most underrated and vital bands in modern metal with a stellar performance showcasing their complete body of work, from […]

Tonight, American Head Charge showcased why they are one of the most underrated and vital bands in modern metal with a stellar performance showcasing their complete body of work, from their blistering debut, ‘War Of Art’ to the most recent effort, the angry, vitriolic ‘Tango Umbrella’.

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Head Charge are one of the most intense, and vibrant bands you’ll ever see, and each member of the band’s seemingly constant revolving door of a line-up gives it their all, particularly in set highlights, ‘Drowning Under Everything’ and ‘Just So You Know’. We hope the band stays alive this time around, as we haven’t felt this excited before (and after) a show for a long time.

What a band, with such dedicated fans. We hope to see you back ‘ere soon, AHC.

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