September Mourning’s night of female-fronted rock

Comics and graphic novels have become a cinematic medium and thanks to hard rock graphic novel project September Mourning, they’re expanding their own space in the music world.

September Mourning made a stop in Providence late last week on their Summer Soul Collection Tour. Along with their eclectic entourage of comic-inspired figures came some of the very best of east coast hard rock.

New York-native Horribly Right and Rhode Island/Massachusetts-based Blind Revision kicked off the evening at Fete Music Hall on Sept. 23, fleshing out the already-impressive list of headliners that included Kaleido and Charcoal Tongue. It was difficult not to notice that four of the five bands performing were fronted by women, a welcome reprieve from the male-saturated hard rock world. 

Related: Kaleido rocks Providence, drops new single

Centering on the concept of human/grim-reaper hybrid, September Mourning frontwoman Emily Lazar personifies the fictional character of September. September’s story plays out in a number of interactive platforms – including a visual narration of the comics played on stage as well as through September Mourning’s music and live performances.

Click through our gallery from September Mourning’s set!

Horribly Right:

Blind Revision:

Charcoal Tongue:

 
All photos by Lauren Zaknoun.
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Lauren Zaknoun

Lauren Zaknoun is an artist, photographer, music enthusiast, and founder of BANSHEE ZINE. With no musical talent to speak of, she supports her local scene by going to shows, shooting bands, and loudly reminding everyone that Paramore is the best band in the world.

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