"Even though it was possible they would end up maybe smelling like a human swat of sweat and beer, the anarchic stage presence of Deadspace was very much a breath of fresh air.

Expressing his hatred for the security boundaries, as soon as the band encouraged for the crowd to come on stage; two male punters in one desperate bid for the limelight jumped the boundary and hyped up the band. 

What sold Deadspace’s appearance was the theatrics of the entire set, chock-full with one-on-one audience interaction. In a world with increased healthy and safety at concerts and an ever growing distance between performer and muso, Deadspace helped alleviate those fears with their penchant for occult-like mosh pits and anarchic ways of performing"   -Joe Wilson for Lost Online 

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