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Operation: Mindcrime – Underworld Camden, 12th December 2015

Operation Mindcrime London 2016

Photo by Katie Frost

KatieFronted by Geoff Tate (Queensrÿche) the seven-piece supergroup also includes John Moyer (Disturbed) and Simon Wright (AC/DC and Ronnie James Dio).

Tate strutted onto stage looking very dapper in shirt, waistcoat and tie and pulled no punches as they began their set with “Anarchy-X”. He and the band delivered a commanding performance, delighting the crowd.

Their mammoth 23-song set consisted in the main part of Queensrÿche classics (including their name-sake “Operation: Mindcrime”), plus a few tracks from their debut album The Key which was released back in September. Fists were pumped, choruses were screamed at the stage and by all accounts everyone had a brilliant evening!

Singer / songwriter Simon Kaviani played a short but powerful acoustic set to open the show, followed by melodic hard-rockers The Darker My Horizon who treated the crowd to a fun and upbeat performance, including a fantastic cover of Dylan’s classic “Knocking on Heaven’s Door”.

One Machine frontman Chris Hawkins really got the crowd going as they played an animated set featuring songs form their recently-released sophomore album The Final Cull[apologies to One Machine for the initial errors which we have corrected – Mosh]

Links to photo sets: Operation:Mindcrime / One Machine / The Darker My Horizon / Simon Kaviani

Operation: Mindcrime Setlist The Underworld, London, England, The Key World Tour 2015

All photos by Katie Frost Photography

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[…] first became aware of The Darker My Horizon at the tail end of last year when they supported Operation:Mindcrime at the Camden Underworld. Intrepid reviewer Katie Frost described their performance as fun and upbeat and came away with the […]

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[…] first saw TDmH when they supported Geoff Tate’s new band Operation: Mindcrime at Underworld in Camden back in December 2015 and instantly warmed to their catchy, up-beat melodic rock. I was also lucky enough to catch their […]

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