Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter
Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter
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Chinese metal bands turn it up as six months without live concerts come to an end

  • Venues in China are slowly reopening as life begins to return to normal after months of shutdowns
  • At a small underground gig in Beijing, metal bands and fans came together in an outpouring of pent-up energy

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Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter
Shui Shu of the black metal band Bliss-Illusion performs at Omni Space in Beijing as venues start to open up after months of shutdowns. Photo: Reuters/Thomas Peter
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