Sick Of It All
October 10, 2015
In this very real world, good does not drive out evil.
Evil does not drive out good.
But the energetic displaces the passive.
Sick Of It All.
The quintessential live hardcore band.
In a live environment, it does not get less passive than the Koller brothers framed by Craig Ahead and Armand, the engine of the band.
Yours truly had his first clobberin' time with SOIA at the German equivalent of a youth centre in the early Nineties with no stage.
24 years later, and many encounters in between on three continents ranging from big festivals to small venues, the quartet from Queens seems to not have lost any steam
SOIA seem to have somehow managed to be more agile than ever before.
Photo by KAVV
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