Through A Lens: Lifelines @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut

Through A Lens: Lifelines @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut

When I want to photograph the release show for the excellent Mountains Under Oceans I also caught Lifelines supporting them.

They were loud, aggressive and they had a couple of cool boxes to stand on. No scrims thankfully because those are the worst. So by and large, thumbs up from me.

Given they seemed to bring a fair crowd themselves and left more than a few puddles of sweat on Tut’s stage following their high energy set of modern hardcore I’m intrigued to see what their latest recordings bring.

In the mean time, here’s some photos of them. Have a look if you like.Or don’t. Or whatever.

Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan
Lifelines // photograph by Calum McMillan

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