TONE DEATH fanzine : November 1982
1.45pm - two people too: the stage, Oblivon, who took charge of metal
percussion, base, and vocals, and a rather beautiful young lady of oriental
extraction, who played syndrums. They were accompanied by a large selection
of backing tracks - old, new, and newer material, as well as slides and
film. The set was musically very good, although the overall volume should
have been at least twice as loud to have any real effect. There should
also have been more people on stage to fill out the sound. As it was, many
people left before the end of the set (mind you, it was quite late), and
some of those that did stay on probably did so only out of curiosity reasons.
I don't think SPK won many new admirers, but I hardly think that will bother
them. G.L. & C.B.