Support: Pyscho Luna; Venue: Nachtleben, Frankfurt(Germany)
By: Nina Mende
By now it somehow became an annual ritual that The Birthday Massacre are playing
in the Nachtleben in Frankfurt/Germany. This year’s support band was Psycho
Luna from Germany.
Psycho Luna is a romantic-melancholic mixture of bombastic guitars and subtile
synthesizer and moving beats. In respect to their music, Psycho Luna want to
create a dense atmosphere, pushing the listener into a state of emotionality.
They guys (and girl) of Psycho Luna still seem quite young but yet quite professional.
They sing in German and some songs sound a little bit medieval, but all in all
they play rock. The club was quite crowded and the audience mostly enjoyed the
performance of Psycho Luna.
The songs they played were:
in various musical and artistic styles, the band has successfully accumulated
an impressive international fan base, press accolades, and defied categorization
with their unique sound and visuals. The band was formed in 2000 and independently
produced and recorded their first two albums, “Nothing and Nowhere”
and “Violet”, and just recently released their new album “Walking
The band’s lineup consists of vocalist Chibi, guitarists Rainbow and Mike Falcore, keyboardist Owen, drummer Rhim and the recently returned�
O.E. on bass. They don’t just play gorgeous music, they also have a great
style. And lots of fun on stage they share with their fans. Seeing TBM live
makes you happy and smile all the time. You can really feel that they love performing.
Chibi (vocals) was playing with the audience during the whole performance and
they played songs from every album. The audience was singing along, dancing,
clapping and just interacting wherever and whenever they could, which was all
the time. It is always great to see TBM on stage with all their energy and power
they share. I am looking forward to the summer tour, maybe in a bigger venue
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