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The Rock-itt : November 2010
Well Octoberpus number 14 has been and gone, but what an evening! Getting procedures underway was the mighty IF PROVOKED. It was the most people seen for an opening band for a few years at this year’s Occypus. If Provoked delivered the goods in true metal fashion. Smashing their way thru old and a few newer songs, the crowd was enjoying every minute of it. "New Found Prey" and "Bodies on Loan" cranked. ROCK'N'ROLL WEAPON were up 2nd, Sydney's answer to Iron Maiden. These guys got the punters to their feet and the beers swilling! Playing a flawless set, all the faves were cranked, "Just A Bullet" being a highlight! Be sure to see these guys whenever they play again. W ell played fellas! THE WILDMEN FROM BORNEO were up 3rd playing at the first ever Occypus back in '92, it was like these guys never went away. Decked out in stage outfits, Wal growled his way thru a rockin' set full of the classics like "Truckin'" and "School Girl". A highlight being Cookie Wookie and Archie from Wookiebait up to help the lads scream their way through a Three Headed Monster cover. Great stuff! THE PANADOLLS up 4th and rocked out a tight set full of all the old gems. "I Feel Like You" kickin' it for everyone! Kenny's vocals sounding better than ever, and the guitars and bass rumbling with tight as drumming from Ashley, what was not to like. Great to see these guys for another round! MOPE - First proper show since playing Fisho's at their last back in 2000. Played a ripping tight set of By Grant Lawrence and Dave Tozer Photos by Davetozer.com.au (for more photos of this event visit www.facebook.com/davetozerphotography) Photos of If Provoked, Rock'n' Roll Weapon and The Wildmen from Borneo by Matt Hunt