Jonathan Antoine found fame when he came runner-up on Britain’s Got Talent in 2010 as part of operatic singing duo Jonathan & Charlotte. He then went on to become the youngest ever Tenor to top the Classical Album chart with his solo album Tenore... so far so classical. But what you probably don't know is that he's also a massive metal fan, so we asked him to go and review After The Burial for us last week at Camden Underworld. And here it is...
After The Burial, live in London – reviewed by a BGT finalist
Venue: Camden Underworld
Support: Monuments, Circles and Tides Of Nebula
As a preface let me just say that this is a gig with a four band line-up that costs £10. If you like it heavy, live anywhere near Camden and aren't here, I don't know how you survive your Wednesday nights.
After having met one of these bands (Monuments) a year ago at the very same venue, including their soon-to-be new vocalist, it's certainly a treat to find out I’d be seeing them, after a year of failed planning to hang out, and with other bands I love too. Lucky isn’t even the word.