Ladies and gentlemen, sunday night at the Baracke in Münster, Germany, the Italian hardcore punk rock band, Negative Path, took the stage and unleashed a sonic onslaught of unparalleled proportions. The band, consisting of Dario on drums, Carlo on solo guitar, Krosty on bass, and Totò on vocals, gave a high-energy performance that left the audience gasping for breath and begging for more.
The festival was aptly named Pizza Violence 2, and the crowd was eager to indulge in both. From the first note of the opening track, „Quarantine Cop,“ it was clear that Negative Path was going to deliver an intense and explosive set. The raw energy emanating from the stage was palpable as the band members thrashed and headbanged in unison.
Carlo’s guitar playing was especially impressive, as he effortlessly switched between melodic riffs and blistering solos. Krosty’s basslines added a heavy and driving rhythm to the mix, while Dario’s drumming provided a solid backbone to the band’s sound.
But it was Totò’s vocals that truly stole the show. His passionate and aggressive delivery perfectly complemented the band’s hardcore punk rock style, and his commanding stage presence kept the audience engaged throughout the entire set.
As Negative Path played fan favorites like „Life Leach“ and „Fight Back,“ the crowd became increasingly frenzied, with mosh pits erupting and bodies flying through the air. Despite the chaos, the band never missed a beat, delivering a flawless performance that showcased their exceptional musicianship and undeniable chemistry.
In the end, Negative Path left the stage to thunderous applause, having proven that they are a force to be reckoned with in the hardcore punk rock scene. „Pizza Violence 2“ may be over, but the memory of Negative Path’s electrifying performance will linger in the minds of all who were fortunate enough to witness it. 😘🤓🍕🍻