Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

The Highland Death Metal Tea Party.


Mark – Mr Desecrator organised this jolly pleasant tea party, Here he is serving tea to all the charming young people who attended.
Mark was the photographer at Hi-Ex for us. He is also a fine musician, who’s vocals range from bloodcurdling to Primal death growl.
I bought a lovely new hat for the occasion, but must confess it did get a little warm and somewhat energetic, so I did have to dress down eventually.  I had hoped to take my sketch book along as I do rather find  these young musicians a stimulating subject for art, however i felt my pencils may have caused safety concerns with all that dancing.
The backdrop to the evening was a popular television programme called Father Ted, a charming light humoured comedy about some jolly nice men of the cloth. This set the tone for the evening, although I could not make out the lyrics of our young musicians very well as my ears were bleeding, i believe some may have called into question certain aspects of the church and state, as young people are wont to do.  Nor did i quite catch the names of which band played when due to the stimulating ambience, however they were all such fine young fellows. It was a delightful treat for the older lady to enjoy such an exuberant social occasion as this, I do hope there may be further opportunities for such Moshing again. My congratulations extend to Mark for such a pleasant evening, and to the Greenhouse venue for bringing a touch of civility to small market town Dingwall.

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2 comments on “The Highland Death Metal Tea Party.

  1. Pingback: » The Highland Death Metal Tea Party. « Balnacra Arts by Vicky …

    • balnacra
      June 24, 2012

      a slightly different sort of tea-party. The one i was at isn’t twisted and evil.

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