Into The Void: Black Widow

Into the Void performing Black Widow at Christchurch Art Gallery on Friday 4 May 2018. The gig formed part of the Gallery’s fifteenth birthday celebrations, and also opened Us V Them: Tony de Lautour.

Into the Void are Jason Greig, Paul Sutherland, Mark Whyte, Dave Imlay and Ronnie van Hout.

Video produced by Belmont Productions.

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