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Delhi headbangs to Sylosis

'The blackest skyline' of the Indian summer was lit up with graffiti and fireworks as Sylosis created magic on stage with electrifying vocals, devastating guitar riffs and thunderous drumbeats, reports Sonakshi Babbar. Click here for Video.

music Updated: Mar 29, 2010 22:16 IST
Sonakshi Babbar

'The blackest skyline' of the Indian summer was lit up with graffiti and fireworks as Sylosis created magic on stage with electrifying vocals, devastating guitar riffs and thunderous drumbeats at the annual cultural festival of Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) in New Delhi on Saturday night.

The crowd went berserk right at the beginning when the band belted out After Lifeless Years from their debut album Conclusion of an Age.

Vocalist, Jamie Graham dedicated Oath of Silence to all the people who had never heard their music before. As the crowd head-banged to the music, he egged them on to form mosh-pits and have a blast. Every second of the show was a cathartic experience as fans enjoyed Withered, Conclusion of an Age, and Teras from the album.

The numbing effect, the raw beauty of their music would keep metal lovers happy till May, when metal gods -Lamb of God - descend to rock India.