Post Mortem

A photographic account of heavy music in Portland, Maine

PHOTOS: Carnivora, Sawtopsy and Chaos Machine

It’s no secret that we’re oriented toward visuals. It’s plainly stated at the top of every page on our website: “A photographic account of heavy music in Portland, Maine.”

Granted, this project couldn’t exist without great music, but Post Mortem would quickly wither and die without new and interesting things to behold.

And that’s why we like Carnivora so damn much.

Carnivora writes great music, works hard, travels far and treats fans well. But what sets them apart is their willingness to entertain.

Last night at Geno’s, Carnivora played a death metal bill with Sawtopsy, Chaos Machine and Ripfence (the latter of which we missed, unfortunately). Much of the crowd thinned out immediately after Sawtopsy’s set, but the five-piece band from Boston was undeterred. Carnivora played Geno’s tiny, dimly lit stage like it was an arena, throwing more hair than tornadoes throw trailers.

These guys are pros. Catch them if you can.

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Full-resolution photos are here. If you borrow these images for Facebook or whatnot, please credit us. (Watermarking sucks and we don’t wanna do it.) Also, don’t crop or alter.

Yes, we’re monsters.

One comment on “PHOTOS: Carnivora, Sawtopsy and Chaos Machine

  1. Pingback: PHOTOS: Morne | Post Mortem

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This entry was posted on November 9, 2014 by in Carnivora, Chaos Machine, Concert photography, From away, Geno's Rock Club, Local, Ripfence, Sawtopsy, Shows.


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