• Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

SCARLET – Las Vegas’ Deepest Red Goth Night featuring [:SiTD:]

What do you get when Scarlet- Las Vegas’ Deepest Red Goth Night with the German EBM
industrial band SITD? A fantastic event unlike any other!


Forget fans packing the floor to get as close to the stage as possible to watch their favorite
musicians play the songs they love. SITD filled Backstage Bar and Billiards with their fans
from Las Vegas and beyond. They spread themselves throughout the venue to dance along
to every note they played. Carsten belted out expressive German lyrics which were felt,
even if not understood by everyone, as his mannerisms and facial expressions represented
the feeling of what he was singing. Frank D’Angelo created the beats that provided the
soundtrack of the night. Before and after SITD’s set, music was spun by DJ’s Morpheus Blak
and Kounter Attack to keep the dance party going well into the night.


Any fan of industrial music should take a listen to SITD. Their newest single is “Brieselang”.
While they just wrapped up their first tour in North America we can hope they will come
back again!

Set List
  1. Intro
  2. Brother Death
  3. Brieselang
  4. Mundlos
  5. Dunkelziffer
  6. Rot
  7. Greater Heights
  8. Kreuzgang
  9. Richtfest
  10. Snuff Machinery

For more info about [:SiTD:], check out the links below.
Official Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Youtube

Live photos by Mary Bodimer for ZrockR Magazine 2024 – All Rights Reserved.

By Mary Bodimer

Mary is a concert and event photographer. Born and raised just outside the Mile High City, her photography career (Spooky Shutter) began in Denver, Colorado. While growing up, her family exposed her to all genres of music, and it became a staple in her life. Coincidingly, her mother was very much into photography. Mary picked up her first camera at four years old and her parents embraced her natural talent. To this day she credits her love of music and photography to her family. She is passionate about capturing the raw energy, passion, and connections with fans during live shows, describing it as “art capturing art”. While she now calls Sin City home, she travels back to Denver and across the country to shoot shows and events wherever she is needed. Photography is her staple, but when she’s not shooting, she can be found spending time with her family (including her “army of animals”), writing, playing music, crafting oddities, doing animal advocacy work, or working on her hearse with her husband.

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