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January 2019 - Septicflesh - Boston, MA

Septicflesh Live Photos From Brighton Music Hall In Boston, MA

Greece’s Septicflesh are in the midst of a North American jaunt with Ensiferum and Arsis, and they are burning down stages from coast to coast. Photographer Lina Glasir had the opportunity to attend the tour stop at Brighton Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, with her camera in hand. Check out her Lina’s photos of the band now!

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2019-01-07 Arsis - Boston 8

Arsis Live Photos From Brighton Music Hall In Boston, MA

One of the hottest winter metal tours cruised through the Northeast over the last week, featuring Arsis, SepticFlesh, and Ensiferum. New York City-based photographer Lina Glasir made the trip to Boston, Massachusetts, on January 7 to capture the stop at Brighton Music Hall. Check out Lina’s photos of Arsis below!

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2018-04-07 Uncured - New York, NY

Uncured Live Photos From Irving Plaza In New York, NY

Cradle of Filth stopped  in to Irving Plaza in New York City on April 7 as part of their tour behind Cryptoriana. The band performed with support from Jinjer  and Uncured (below). Photographer Lina Glasir was on hand to capture the action for SkullsNBones.

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Cradle of Filth - April 7, 2018 - New York

Cradle Of Filth Live Photos From Irving Plaza In New York, NY

Cradle of Filth‘s frontman, Dani Filth, arrived in New York City on April 7 fighting an illness, but following a trip to the doctor and quite a few meds, the show was ready to go on. The band performed at Irving Plaza with support from Jinjer and Uncured. Photographer Lina Glasir was on hand to capture the action for SkullsNBones.

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Jason Carlson’s Favorite Live Photos Of 2017 Taken By Fellow SNB Photographers

It’s really hard to pick 10 images from the SkullsNBones staff. There were a lot to choose from. What I look for in a favorite image is clarity (grain doesn’t factor in for me, it’s part of our lives as concert photographers), lighting, contrast, musician expression (are they looking at the camera, their instrument, are they “feeling it,” etc.), and

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