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Skinny Puppy Say Farewell on the Belasco: The remaining cease on the second leg of Skinny Puppy’s remaining tour was Los Angeles, and the final of 4 nights at this metropolis’s Belasco took place on Tuesday night, December 5. So except the core members — Orge and cEvin Key — have an enormous change if coronary heart, that was the final ever Skinny Puppy present.

A change of coronary heart is unlikely; when chatting to the 2 males for our cover story final month, Ogre supplied a swift “No” when requested if he’ll miss performing with Key. Key was slightly extra diplomatic.

“Throughout my history of performing with Ogre, even witnessing his performances is unbelievable. The guy puts everything into the performances and into the shows. Quite honestly, most of our problems were off stage. On stage, we seem to have a huge amount of respect for what each other does. So I don’t disrespect the work.”

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(Brett Callwood)

That’s truthful sufficient. Skinny Puppy actually made it their business to placed on a stellar present as they doubtless carried out collectively for the final time. Ogre’s trademark theatricality was in full impact as he hobbled onto the stage  throughout the opening “Brap” (one among three variations of that piece aired throughout the set), a sheet draped over what we later study is an alien’s head.

During the present, scientists measured his alien skull and usually fucked round with him. The showy parts balanced precariously on the road separating cool from cringy, however nearly stayed on the fitting aspect.

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Kevin Key (Brett Callwood)

There was no interplay between Ogre and Key, however then there by no means actually was. Key, behind his mass of digital gadgetry, retains his head down and goes about his business of making gloriously insane, stunning and mind-numbingly intense sounds.

The remainder of the band is tight — Skinny Puppy’s full touring lineup was a finely tuned machine by the point they blasted out their final tune. Yeah, all eyes are on Ogre, such is the character of his “what the fuck is the maxKey specifically are an ideal industrial partnership.

The setlist was superior — you possibly can see in it under. But this present was extra in regards to the full expertise than selecting out particular songs from favourite albums.  But once they ended with “Candle,” after which the gang sang “Happy Birthday” to Ogre, the burden of the second was felt.

“I clearly remember saying in interviews back in the ’80s that there’s no way we’re gonna be doing this when we’re 60,” Key informed us. “So now we’re 60-plus, and it’s bizarre that we’re still going… What’s really great is that this last tour has been the most enjoyable tour I think I’ve ever had with the band. So in a lot of ways, maybe saying ‘this is it’ made it a lot easier to approach it and to take it on.”

Not for us, sir. Not for us.

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Lead Into Gold (Brett Callwood)

Earlier, Paul Barker’s reanimated venture Lead Into Gold hammered by way of a usually (for Barker) imaginative, experimental, difficult however finally fulfilling set. A model of Barker’s personal “Heroine’s Habit” was a pleasant shock, and Lead Into Gold proved to be the right opener for Skinny Puppy.

Skinny Puppy Say Farewell on the Belasco: For extra information, go to skinnypuppy.com.




Skinny Puppy Setlist The Belasco, Los Angeles, CA, USA 2023, Final Tour













































































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