Tagged: relentless garage
Ireland's Mourning Beloveth have announced a show at The Pint in Dublin on 30th November 2013. After wowing the crowd at this year's Roadburn Festival this will be their first gig in Dublin since the release of their latest album "Formless" which you can purchase directly from the band here. Support comes from Dread Sovereign the new three piece featuring Neamthanga and Dubh (Primordial) and Bones (Zom), who also played at this year's Roadburn Festival making their live debut and going down a storm.
Mourning Beloveth play upstairs at the Garage in Highbury, London this Saturday, 1st June. Support comes from...
The good people at desertscene.co.uk have arranged a UK tour for the legendary New Orleans sludge band Eyehategod. They areset to to return to the UK with The Gates of Slumber in July and August 2013. The 2011 and 2012 UK dates were sold out with fans being turned away from the doors so we advise you to get tickets as soon as they go on sale (no on sale date confirmed yet).
The tour will hit the following...
The Garage brought shelter from the gloomy rainy Sunday for doom fans this weekend yet London decided to be fashionably late. Witchsorrow took to the stage with roughly 40 people spaced out inside it's large interior. Opening with "Aurora Atra" the 3 piece break the normal stage mould with drummer Dave and his kit sandwiched between Nick and Emily front of stage. It made for an interested show, rather than being buried at the back I could watch him smack the hell out of his kit right under the front house lights. Witchsorrow may not be breaking any ground with their material firmly routed in traditional doom but if it ain't broke, then why fix it? Witchsorrow do it well, throwing up a good mix of Sabbath and Vitus vibes, some extremely slow sections, and some faster paced full rock out moments. Thankfully for the band as the set went on the venue started to fill...
Italian legends Forgotten Tomb have announced a rare UK appearance scheduled for the 6th May 2013 upstairs at The Garage in Highbury, London. The band regarded as one of the pioneers of the depressive/suicidal black metal sub genre have expanding their sound throughout their career taking on elements from other areas, cascading into doom, goth and more recently black 'n roll. This London date marks their first ever appearance in the UK, and at present we have no word of other planned UK dates but will update the site if we hear anything further. Their new...
Last time I saw Obituary was 18 years ago and during my teenage years 3 albums were on constant loop on my old faithful tape player, Slowly We Rot, Cause Of Death and The End Complete. As soon as they announced a tour playing songs exclusively from those first 3 albums there wasn't a chance in hell I was going to miss the tour on it's UK date.
With my wallet still bleeding from 2 gigs in the last 3 days (Neurosis and Scott Kelly) it was time for another 3+ hour journey from the doors of my full time job to the