"Seizure-inducing pedal tornado...¿music? from Columbia, SC"

May 26, 2015  •  19 Comments

lifestyle photographerlifestyle photographerSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford

 

Alex Strickland, vocalist of Abacus (and Bathe) spent ten days on tour in March 2014 alongside Sein zum Tode to SXSW and back. “The highlight of that tour was seeing everyone in every room react to Sein zum Tode – from their first note. It was awesome. The best example of that was sitting in one of the shittiest shows that we played – Birmingham, Alabama. There was like ten people there plus the bands. No one had ever heard of either one of our bands, Sein zum Tode sets up and David's drum set is massive. So people are like, 'What the fuck is going to happen?' They're setting up this weird sampler thing and people don't really know. And then as soon as kick into their first song, everyone's jaw drops. They see David moving around and they don't understand what is going on with the guitar. Huge open eyes - dropped jaws - for like ten minutes. Half the people are like 'I don't dig that' and they leave and the other half are like, “Holy shiiiiiit. What just happened?”

 

Sein zum Tode  will headline their EP release show on Friday night at New Brookland Tavern with support from Abacus, Invoking the Abstract and Bathe. Here are some photos we made a couple weeks back.

 

Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford
Sein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode Photos Columbia SCSein zum Tode in Columbia, SC - April 13, 2015.

Photos by South Carolina photographer Sean Rayford

 

Sean Rayford is a Columbia, SC photographer specializing in photojournalism and commercial work. Prior to becoming a full time photographer Rayford spent more than a decade bartending at New Brookland Tavern, the city’s most influential live music venue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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