What can we say about this party before the photos do the talking?! Fuck, it was fun. Did you come? Did you have a two day hangover?! We are still in pieces writing this drivel so I will make this short. Someone at the venue called it the Crossfire Halloween Moussaka on the night as the place didn’t get shut down for once. Security had it easy and nobody was electrocuted. There were no ambulances called to the scene that I’m aware of no police presence. It was just a straight up fun gig with a whole new bunch of faces alongside the old guard who have been there with us since day one. Glad that the House of Vans wasn’t trashed so thank you all for being respectable for once!
As ever, thanks to everyone who came down and partied hard. Thanks to Vans for having us and all of the people that worked behind the scenes to bring you this, plus all (esp’ Louise) who have to put up with my shit ahead of these events dropping. Thanks to Turbonegro (whose Money for Nothing cover was a highlight) and Cancer Bats for playing live sets. big up to James Sherry’s Crossfire Sound System that rocked the dancefloor, Dogger and DRS for making us dance, all of the artists that busted their balls to make amazing art for a short show and DJ Semtex who blew the place apart for the grand finale.
Enjoy these shots taken exclusively for us by Beth Crockatt. Feel free to share the images but please credit Beth and also tag us on insta and twitter with #crossfirehalloweenmassacre and @crossfirezine.
The rest is now history. Long live the Massacre, its legacy and the people that make it fun.