While Bad Omens had been across the pond once before to play some shows in the United Kingdom and Europe, on the 3rd of December, the band made their glorious debut in The Netherlands in Haarlem, while opening for Caliban.
While the band were the first on the roster for the evening, the turn-out was quite impressive, and the crowd was filled with Bad Omens fans who were singing the words right back to the band. The band's performance sounds incredible - sound engineering wise, all was well and the drums were absolutely extraordinary. Frontman Noah Sebastian sounds as well on stage as he does on the studio songs, and the band's recent single "Careful What You Wish For" was the greatest testimony to this fact.
We contacted the band, expressing how eager we were to witness the band's performance through the lens, and feel fortunate to have been able to do just that. Check out the photographic evidence of the band's debut in The Netherlands in the gallery below. All photos by Eva van Kuik
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