Concert Photo Recap: Today is the Day, Count Vesuvius, Ambassador Gun @ the Turf Club


Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

The date was Saturday, November 15th for experimental metal (underground legends) band Today is the Day‘s headling performance at the Turf Club in St. Paul with local crust/grind stalwarts Ambassador Gun and psychedelic doom prodigies Count Vesuvius. Despite being vastly underattended, the opening bands were AMAZING (..seriously, check them out)..) and the main set was a brilliant showcase of Today is the Day’s most recent album Axis of Eden set to feature film directed by David Hall. For nearly 2 decades, Steve Austin and Today is the Day have been redefining and expanding the definition of music, and even the performance that night redefined how a metal band can present a new album to its audience. The videos played throughout the performance were shockingly realistic, stark, and beautiful – the perfect mindfuck to complement the music of Today is the Day, a band that has embodied and defined this imagery ever since their early days on local AmRep.

While I didn’t capture any video, I’ve got a pretty spectacular photo gallery from the night!

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Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Today is the Day live at the Turf Club

Count Vesuvius

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Ambassador Gun

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Don’t forget to check out the full album of photos at MetalInjection.net!

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