Inme’s inspired return
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