February 4th, 2019 | Photos

Photos by Marcos Manrique

Still flying high off 2018’s Virtue, The Voidz were back in LA playing The Wiltern, which was a welcome treat for fans to hear them outside of a festival setting. Soaked from standing outside in the rain for a few hours, we were quickly warmed up by comedian Lee Camp who entertained between band sets. The Voidz’ Cult Records labelmate Promiseland started the music side of things with Johann Rashid wasting no time getting close to the crowd as he leapt from the stage and ran around the venue.

Before heading to Australia and New Zealand, Dean Spunt and Randy Randall of No Age rocked us hard and hopefully when the return, we will get to hear a headlining gig from the duo.

Julian Casablancas, Jeramy “Beardo” Gritter (guitar, guy with the cool outfit), Amir Yaghmai (guitar), Jacob “Jake” Bercovici (bass), Alex Carapetis (drums) and Jeff Kite (keyboard) took the stage to screams from fans at the rail who waited patiently to hear their favorite band up close and personal. Wearing his shades and standing close to the mic, Casablancas took us on his provocative sound journey.

1. Europe Endless (Kraftwerk cover)
2. Pyramid of Bones
3. Permanent High School
4. Take Me in Your Army (hasn’t been played since 2015)
5. Business Dog
6. Pointlessness
7. Black Hole
8. Leave It In My Dreams
9. Lazy Boy
11. Where No Eagles Fly
1. M.utually A.ssured D.estruction
2. Human Sadness