Inme’s in­spired re­turn

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Guide -

Re­view Club Revo­lu­tion - InMe + Fei Co­modo IT’S been sev­eral years since InMe last rocked the stages of Peter­bor­ough.

Their long-awaited re­turn sees them play­ing their 21st date of a 21-date tour in 21 days.

If the band are tired from this mam­moth un­der­tak­ing then it doesn’t show. Tracks old and new are served up to an ap­pre­cia­tive crowd with a side or­der of en­ergy.

Inme’s mix­ture of melody and sheer rock fury not only sets them apart from their peers, but also makes one won­der why they didn’t make it big first time round.

Not only did the band seem to be en­joy­ing them­selves im­mensely, but they also sweated en­thu­si­asm and boy can these guys play.

It was great to see full-blown

Inme im­pressed at Club Revo­lu­tion. mosh­ing to such won­der­fully crafted tunes.

A mass stage in­va­sion in­clud­ing all the mem­bers of tour sup­ports Fei Co­modo and Envy of The State proves this has been a jour­ney of friends and all the bands made an ex­tra ef­fort to make the evening as en­joy­able for the crowd as it is for the bands.

Of the sup­ports, Fei Co­modo came out best. The singer looked as if he was work­ing out in a rock‘n’roll gym as he bounced around the stage to work off any tour ex­cess.

Mu­si­cally, they were meatier than Envy Of The State, a band who were by no means bad, they just lack that lit­tle bit of ag­gres­sion I like in my mu­sic.

That said, they did work very hard at pro­vok­ing a re­ac­tion, and made sev­eral new friends tonight.

A spe­cial men­tion must also go to Hun­dreds Rode, who opened up the show and rep­re­sented what the city has to of­fer mu­si­cally. They were awe­some.

Again, they mixed melody and ag­gres­sion, but ben­e­fited from mu­si­cian­ship and con­fi­dence be­yond their ten­der years.

Fei Co­modo re­turn to Club Revo­lu­tion on Fri­day, Au­gust 13 as part of In­fest IV. Paul Benton

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