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Loitered Lens: Massive Wagons

Massive Wagons leave their London fans feeling dirty and used. In a good way. Photos

[dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”]W[/dropcap]ith a sound made to carry to the back row of the biggest stadium, Massive Wagons enshrine the holy powers of the throbbing riff.

Chanelling the boot-on-monitor chops of rock history from Maiden to Mötley Crüe, the boys from Lancaster leave the twitterstorms and v-logs to their lesser peers and promote new their album Welcome the the World the traditional amps, sweat ‘n’ RoadChefs way.

Carl Byron Batson caught the London leg of their UK tour at the O2 Academy, Islington. In his own words:

“I thought it was just another mundane metally Islington multi band bash with watered-down beer and a biker rally type of crowd. You know the scene.

Things were OK until Massive Wagons took the stage. Now I just feel dirty, used and unable to leave the house.”

Photos by Carl Byron Batson. Not to be reproduced without express prior permission.


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