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The Abomination Chapter #1 - Kolkata, January 30


The Abomination Chapter #1 - Kolkata, January 30

The show-started with Marijane Overdose (Diya Bhattacharya pictured above).<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> They ended their set with a cover of 'Beat It' by Michael Jackson in their own style. Debjit Chatterjee was following the lyrics on his cell phone.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> The second band to get on stage were Annihilate the Reich, who had one too many Alok Nath references in their set.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Swarnava Mukherjee from ATR.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Next up were Meridian, who had quite a long soundcheck.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Indranil Banerjee kept things tight and melodic on the vocals.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> They had to cut their set short because of time constraints.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> After a lineup change, Scarface came back onstage after a gap of 10 months.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Sushrut of Scarface getting back to basics.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Ankur Mukherjee took the guitars in place of Rohan Singh. The audience enjoyed his quirky stances and tight finger tapping.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Orphic Cosmogony took the stage next, with Sayantan Ghatak asking the crowd to get up close and join in.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Soumyadeep Basak of Orphic Cosmogony headbangs all the way.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Orphic Cosmogony.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Next up was NOYZE AKADEMI, who got the crowd involved with their powerful energetic set. Recently, the band won IIT Kharagpur 2013.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Aitoreya Mukherjee of Noyze Akademi keeping it energetic.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Noyze Akademi during a synchronized jump, keeping the audience on its feet.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Next was Evil Conscience.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Drummers from the other bands helped out the live drummer pedestal from falling off. Sambit Chatterjee (drums - Chronic Xorn) cleaning his ears.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> With guest vocalist Kingshuk Dutta from Masochistic Autopsy, there was quite a vocal-give-and-take going on onstage. The crowd lapped it all up.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> The second last band to play was Dark-Carnage from Guwahati, who put up an absolutely killer set. Wasn't expecting such a tight set from these guys, and they reminded me a bit of Joint Family on stage.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> They did two of their own songs and two covers to end their set.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> The bassist in full swing as the vocalist catches a little break at the drum dais.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> The guy packed a real punch to keep the audience in awe.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Headlining band Chronic Xorn took the stage after Dark Carnage. They already had their set of fans in their From Mercy T-shirts cheering them on.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span> Biswarup ripping it here. The final set came to an end with Chronic Xorn.<br/><span class='courtesyName'> Photo Courtesy - Margub Ali  </span>
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