Scenes From Last Night's Boris Show At Trees.

Bands don't stay wholly relevant for two decades without trying its hands at many different genres along the way.

Such is the case with Japanese metal band Boris, which has attempted everything from drony sludge metal and poppy shoegaze to fuzzy alt-rock and avant garde noise — not to mention just about every other heavy subgenre — over the course of the 19 studio albums it's released in its 20 years together.

Of course, even the best studio bands find it difficult to sustain that kind of longevity without accompanying those records with compelling live performances. So as Boris and openers Ceremony and Nothing were doing their thing at Trees last night, we were glad photographer Karlo X. Ramos was on-hand to capture the bands' performances.

Turns out Boris still kills in live settings.



















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