Live review: Skindred at OVO Arena Wembley, London

Kudos to whoever booked P.O.D. as tonight’s main support, a pairing that makes sense on multiple levels. Having formed in 1992, they’ve been doing this even longer than Skindred, similarly never chasing trends but ploughing their own furrow, even if the San Diegans have come in and out of favour during that time.

With nu-metal nostalgia still in full swing, it’s little surprise that Boom, Youth Of The Nation and Alive go down a storm. All three hail from the same album, 2001’s Satellite, which makes it clear when P.O.D.’s most white hot period was. Thankfully, new cuts Drop and Afraid To Die, from forthcoming album Veritas, are similarly well received and pack the same almighty choruses, powered by the convulsing momentum of their frontman, the seemingly ageless Sonny Sandoval.