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Ceremony @ the Blvd Cafe February 2011

Ceremony played the Blvd. Cafe with Lack of Interest, Nails, Wet Reckless and Life of Refusal last night. Actually  there was one more band but they played before I even got there. The place was packed. Even as early as Wet Reckless the crowd started to take to the stage. By the time Lack of Interest played the crowd owned the stage. Total nightmare before Ceremony even starting playing. The bassist was pinned against his amp. The guitarist  found some solice by standing on top of his amps. Jake, the drummer,  probably had the worst time with the crowd, he had his drums knocked over a handful of times and someone broke a cymbal stand. I barely even saw the singer who was under all  the pile ups.  I was stuck between the bass amp and the drummer during the set, not the greatest place for getting awesome shots. I did  find comfort in staying safe though from the crowd...

Ceremony
Ceremony
Ceremony
Ceremony
Ceremony
Ceremony
Lack Of Interest
Lack Of Interest
Lack Of Interest
Nails
Nails
Nails

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