Booze, chat and great live music, what more could you want? The day was completely chilled out and the simplicity of the show really set a good atmosphere at the Fighting Cocks. When "Cute Cute Death" took the stage, the crowd had little motivation, but once CCD began playing the audience interested in their sound, moved forward to get a closer look at the band. The boys performed a range of singles from melodic post hard-core to some punky stuff. The front man's vocals fit in well with both genres and despite fighting back a cold, the vocals were some what impressive. Although the vocals were great the band definatly needs to work on a stronger stage pressence to make sure that the audience throws back any of the energy that they put into the show. Cute Cute Death sure are a deadly, cute band with great musicians, but what's next for this band?
It's time for this young band to sit down and look into developing a unique sound, which is something they are lacking in. Even with the talent they've got they currently sound like an average band, but if they possibly explore between the post-hardcode, punk and electronic genres, they could break it into today's complex music industry. As well as developing their sound, it's time for the band to get those support slots on tours and to slowly begin building their cute fan base, because unlike a lot of bands today, Cute Cute Death are actualy worth a listen.