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CONCERT REVIEW: LANDMVRKS Amaze During Ecstatic Tilburg Show

Last weekend, the city of Tilburg hosted a total of 2 epic, sold-out shows in Poppodium 013 on Saturday night. In the main hall, popular soul artist Teddy Swims performed in front of a sold-out crowd, and in the smaller Next stage, an insane metalcore package brought together by headliner LANDMVRKS blew fans away. Unfortunately, we were only able to capture metalcore giants The Devil Wears Prada, who set the bar exceptionally high and the aforementioned LANDMVRKS.

The Devil Wears Prada, known for their insanely high-energy performances were on top of their game, as they have been for years. With a setlist more catered towards their most recent work, The Devil Wears Prada truly showed what they are made of and why they are the household name in the metalcore scene. Musically and interactively, The Devil Wears Prada drew the biggest possible pits, with one crowdsurfer after the other. They are a force to be reckoned with.

For us it was the very first time seeing LANDMVRKS, so we had no idea what to expect of their live performance. As fans of their music, we were excited to finally witness the band live but had no idea what kind of show the French metalcore band are capable of. Luckily, this question was answered within the first few minutes of their performance. Kicking things off with the most recent single Creature, the tone was set for the entire evening. High energy, a lot of interaction and a unique screen in the form of the letter V to compliment the band’s performance with a splash of digital colour.

The audience was completely engaged, singing along to every word and moshing to the powerful beats. LANDMVRKS‘ interaction with the crowd was genuine and heartfelt, creating an intimate atmosphere amidst the sprawling venue. The sound quality was impeccable, with each note resonating clearly, ensuring that the intricacies of their music were fully appreciated.

It’s impossible to paint an accurate picture of the mayhem that had unfolded this evening, but perhaps with some visual representation, you can get a glimpse of what the night looked like using the galleries right below, courtesy of Eva van den Bosch.

The Devil Wears Prada: