A content heavy post for the month covering a wide spectrum of the different types of photography.
Started off the month with Assault “The Fallen Reich” Album Launch held at Hood Bar and Cafe, organised by Ventbox Productions.
Next up was going on tour with Tian Di Hui 天地會 in Taiwan. This tour was 5 days 4 nights. The main highlight of this tour is the gig, Tian Di Hui 天地會 Rock in Taipei held at Jack Studio 杰克音樂 on the fourth day. While the rest of the schedule were mostly packed with a full day MV shoot on the second day and a morning media conference and afternoon pre-gig jamming session on the third day.
On the night of the third day, I had my time free, which I went to catch Metal Sensor Final Seal at The Wall. This gig was organised by Metal Sensor 沒頭聲所 and it was the final gig Metal Sensor is ever organising after 5 years. Head Phones President and Hexvoid from Japan, Truth Corroded from Australia and Infernal Chaos played for this gig.
On the fifth day, it was rest day for the band after the gig and nothing was scheduled. I went to the final day of Taipei International Tattoo and Music Festival held at Songshan Cultural and Creative Centre. This tattoo show is a 3 days event, besides tattoo artistes and tattoo shows, it has gigs with local Taiwanese bands playing. On that day, I managed to shoot and caught up with Trash and Flesh Juicer 血肉果汁機 who were playing that day.
After coming back from Taiwan, it was Punk Rock Night. A punk rock gig with James And The Van Der Beeks from Vietnam headlining.
Baybeats 2017 Day 3 was on next and I was shooting for alternative and indie rock band, Faux Pas. Faux Pas played at Baybeats 2017 on day 3 as one of the Baybeats 2017 budding band.
Followed by Morbid Metal Fest III held at Hood Bar and Cafe, organised by Ravage Records. Angelcorpse from US headlined the gig and were supported by Anatomia from Japan, Shambles from Thailand, Sarakkas from Malaysia as well as locally, Ilemauzar, Balberith and Blasphemation.
Ended off the month with Heavier than Steel held at The Analog Factory SCAPE, organised by Unholy Production.