LIVE From The Hollywood House of Blues
It was a night of prog rock music for sure. The headliner of the night was Between The Buried And Me (BTBAM). The band Cynic was also an opener this night. I had never heard of Cynic prior to this night, but they totally won me over as a fan, because they were amazing. All of the bands were insanely talented and put on great shows. And, I had the best seat in the house. Actually, I had NO seat. Instead, I got to stand in a little 3 foot-wide gap between the front of the stage and a wall that was put up to keep the crowd on the floor back. Just me, one other photographer, and the security staff were allowed in that gap. Amazing!
Here are some highlights from the night. Starting off with some of my shots of Scale The Summit:
To see more shots from Scale The Summit, go HERE.
Next up was Cynic. Usually, it’s difficult to get clean shots of the drummer from the floor. But, Cynic’s stage setup was such that the drummer, Sean Reinert, was closer to the front of the stage to the right, giving me some unbelievably clean shots:
To see more shots Cynic, go HERE.
Finally, BTBAM hit the stage. They were so animated, it made for easy action shot opportunities.
To see more shots Between The Buried And Me, go HERE.