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NORTHLANE, LIVE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE  features the bands celebrated performance in Sydney’s iconic venue on October 11, 2019.
Northlane808aThe first and biggest show of the ‘Alien World Tour’ LIVE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE was shot via 14 cameras in front of a sold out home crowd, with the audio mixed and mastered by ALIEN’ engineer Chris Blancato.
Northlane1234Independent online news publication City Hub Sydney  published an awesome write up about
LIVE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE this week which you can read here; Northlane – Live At The Roundhouse

Friday August 21st & Saturday August 22n
Tickets: US$9.99

Produced by Neal Walters, Mixed & Mastered by Chris Blancato.
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The first and biggest show of the Alien World Tour, Live At The Roundhouse was shot via 14 cameras in front of a sold out home crowd, with the audio mixed and mastered by Alien engineer Chris Blancato. An exhilarating performance from a band desperate for a lifeline, Live At The Roundhouse showcases the turning point for Northlane as they clawed their way back from the brink of collapse.

Live At The Roundhouse was captured during Alien release week at the culmination of the most turbulent period in Northlane’s history. As outlined in their recently released documentary, Negative Energy, the last time Northlane played at that same venue in 2018 it was to a half empty room in a desperate bid to get their head above water financially. Live At The Roundhouse also contains a confronting and gut wrenching performance by frontman Marcus Bridge, as he battles through songs about his harrowing childhood live for the first time. Those who tuned into Negative Energy got a sneak peak of the band playing “Sleepless” for the first time – a song they will never play live again.

“One of the most incredible, moving moments we’ve ever had on stage for me was when we played Sleepless for the first time at our show at the Roundhouse,” starts guitarist Josh Smith. “Knowing what events had transpired not too long before that, and what the song was about I could tell Marcus was struggling when I got up there. By the time the song had finished he was in tears and he just soldiered on though the rest of the encore like nothing was wrong at all. I could tell on the inside he was just bleeding out. It was one of the bravest moments I’ve ever witnessed.”

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