Unnatural Order: A Force to Be Reckoned With at ‘M2TM’s Kent Semi-Finals’

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Unnatural Order proved they have what it takes to secure a spot on the New Blood stage at Bloodstock. Their performance on May 4th was nothing short of spectacular, embodying the essence of a true Bloodstock metal band with both their sound and energy. The crowd’s enthusiasm was palpable, and it’s easy to see why this band was the standout act of the night.

From the moment they took the stage, Unnatural Order captivated the audience. Their tribute to Star Wars, complete with inflatable lightsabers handed out to the crowd, was a clever and humorous touch that earned them instant favor. This fun gesture set the tone for their set, blending metal intensity with a playful spirit.

The band’s fanbase was out in full force, creating a ferocious pit that added to the electric atmosphere. Guitarist Nathan Red commanded the stage with a menacing presence, his movements predatory as he engaged each audience member. His performance was riveting, adding a layer of intensity to the show.

The vocalist held the crowd in the palm of his hand, demonstrating a remarkable ability to command attention and lead the band. The bassist and drummer complemented this dynamic, following his lead with precision and power. However, it was the drummer who truly stood out. His speed and skill on the double pedal were jaw-dropping, making him one of the most impressive drummers I’ve seen in a long time.

Unnatural Order’s set was a showcase of creativity and inspiration, with each track highlighting their musical prowess. They deservedly earned their place in the finals with an unforgettable performance that left the audience eager for more.

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