The band this time around tour on the back of frenetic and powerful single World on Fire, a song showing the complete diversity of the band, and the true nature of Breed 77, nu metal with the twist of various latin sounds, courtesy of the bands roots.
Despite the growing fan base, and fresh from the main stage and Donington Download Festival, Breed 77 returned to the intimate academy 3 that welcomed them on their previous date in Manchester, giving lucky fans another chance to see them in a small venue.
A sound that is much rawer and heavier live, than on CD did not lack quality, and bounced around the small venue walls, echoing for everyone there and beyond to hear. Not a million miles away from bouncing around the room was the small but energetic pit, who literally threw themselves into it from beginning frenetic tunes Individo and afore mentioned single World on Fire only stopping for the melodic and atmospheric The River to which respect was paid. Now revitalised, the ardent fans had more chance to burn off energy during the haunting and fast moving La Ultima Hora, which proved a great momentum builder. A fusion of angst, smouldering vocals, Latin guitar rhythms and heavy riffs later, and Breed 77 reached The Only Ones a sign that the night was coming to the end, and a perfect description of what the band plan to do:
We are the children who got left behind,
Never forgotten we are in your mind
And never forgotten, the band confidently stayed in fan's minds as they left the building and for time to come, until next time.