Generation Graveyard at the Intrepid Fox

A great gig with an cracking atmosphere to match and a ton of beer. What more is there to ask for on Saturday night out in London?

On Saturday night Generation Graveyard cranked out modern down tuned punk rock to a drunken rowdy London crowd in the new (recently moved for the third time) Intrepid Fox. The lighting was as dim as a grotty London ally way with the street lights out setting just the right atmosphere.

The boys put on a great show thrashing out a good mix of material from both their self titled album and recent Lonewolves EP. There was the expected drunken debauchery with bass player Phil Roadkill living up to his name jumping off stage to get stuck into the seething moshpit and spending a good part of the gig on his back in front of the bass rig. With all the shenanigans, the cramped stage and what can only be described as an eager to participate crowd, Generation Graveyard proved that they are a band that have been around the traps more than a few times.

A great gig with an cracking atmosphere to match and a ton of beer. What more is there to ask for on Saturday night out in London?

Written by William Riever, 2014-08-18