Our concert report on the

BlattTurbo band night

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It's been far too long since we've been to a concert, and it's also been far too long since we've been to a band night. Corona still has a tight grip on the event industry, but there are occasional small rays of hope that let us as regular concertgoers breathe a sigh of relief: Compared to 2020, when almost nothing could take place, we still have a few gigs coming up this year and were at the first one this past Saturday. BlattTurbo magazine has been hosting a band night with four to five bands every month for quite some time. The whole thing takes place, as usual, in the Klosterhof, a quaint as well as smaller hall that catches this rough living room atmosphere especially well. Even if Corona always brings new rules and protection concepts,

so the organizers are always thinking up something new to counter this madness. BlattTurbo are thereby, as an independent magazine from Euskirchen, sometimes the only ones we know here, who also really offer and carry out events in this area at the moment. On this Saturday evening, instead of the five announced bands - one had to cancel due to illness - four bands performed, bringing with them the wide range of rock, punk as well as metal. The guys from Aschkoze, punk band Nada, the specially appointed nerd metal band Horizis and last but not least the German punk quartet Am Limit performed. From Horizis as well as Am Limit we could already report a lot in the past and also Saturday both bands showed up motivated, loud and brought their best repertoire.

A message for all fans of the first mentioned band: The guys are quitting! If you still want to see them live, you can do so at the Escalate on October 9th - we will definitely be there and will report! But we want to give you a short insight into the first two bands we had the pleasure to meet for the first time this evening, so you know what you shouldn't miss. Starting at 7 p.m., Aschkoze performed first, of whom we had not heard before, but for those of you who like melodic German punk rock, we can only recommend them. The trio from Bonn quickly got used to the audience after a few songs and showed themselves to be very harmonious as well as dynamic, especially in the instrumental part. We especially liked their distinctive melodies, which they incorporated between the verses again and again, and partly reminded us a little of

Kraftklub. Recommended for this are their songs "Möwenwind" and "Herr Kapitän". After a short break also our absolute highlight of the evening followed Nada. The quintet from Wermelskirchen delivered a clear German punk sound, which they carried from the stage into the crowds. The band showed excitement, a strong stage presence especially from the singer and left no stone unturned. Nada literally went off and the audience right along with them. From their own songs like "100 Kilo", a song about an acquaintance who is in prison for selling drugs, to covers of well-known wake-up songs, the band had a lot to offer. We especially liked their honest, funny way of engaging the audience while showing their passion for what they do. If you haven't seen Nada yet, you should definitely check out

Band Am Limit live

Case be prepared for a massive load of punk and good humor! A band evening and four bands that have created it together with BlattTurbo. In any case, we really enjoyed it and look forward to reporting from Escalate.
As the break to Am Limit's performance approached, a song was played, the release of which we recently reported and also the corresponding album is our "Album Of The Month": "You are the light and the queen. The light of the sun...". Are you getting it? That's where we'll be stopping by this Saturday. Stay tuned!

Concerts, festivals and more

In our BEHIND THE NOISE column we write about everything around the metal & rock scene and take a look behind the spotlights to give you a better insight into the concert. At this concert, too, we were able to collect exciting and new memories, which we will of course not withhold from you. Intense, unconventional and intoxicating. Welcome to the concert!

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