03/02/2017 The Facemelter (7 Years Of Chaos Special)

/03/02/2017 The Facemelter (7 Years Of Chaos Special)


03/02/2017 The Facemelter (7 Years Of Chaos Special)

Masiro Metal
Core Of iO Prog/Tech/Djent
Cambion Metal
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It\'s the 7th birthday of London promoters Chaos Theory! To celebrate, they take their monthly heavy gig The Facemelter to a slightly bigger venue, so that they can fit more of you in, because they love you! Any ticketholders can also join the free afterparty down the road. Details on the Chaos Theory website. Cambion It\'s a huge honour to work with these rising champions of the UK tech metal scene, having heard huge things about them after their shows at Bloodstock Festival (where they shared the stage with Mastodon, Gojira, Paradise Lost and Fear Factory), UK TechMetal Fest and various European tours. With awesome chuggy grooves, pristine guitarwork, hooks that never stay still and brilliant technical rhythms, this is a great chance for us all to hear music from their upcoming album. "Imagine Monuments deep in the throes of a Fear Factory addiction" The Circle Pit Core Of iO (\'Part III: Ganymede\' EP launch) A fresh mix of prog, melodic and tech metal from this Brighton band. They\'ve absolutely blown audiences away at over 200 gigs around the UK so far, including performances at UK TechMetal Fest, Mammothfest and The Facemelter earlier in 2016 with S�MER and Karybdis, and now are back to launch their EP \'Part III: Ganymede\' for our 7th birthday, which honours us immensely. "A large number of deft little fills and flourishes that showcase, in particular, the skills of the rhythm section" The Monolith Masiro An awesome experimental math and tech metal trio from Oxford. Masiro formed in late 2011 when drummer Chris Pethers joined forces with guitarist Mike Bannard. After almost a year of writing, performing and recording their first EP, Chris HutchinsonMogg joined the ranks on bass guitar. Loads of gigs and demos later, 2016 saw the release of Masiro\'s first record as a trio \'Technocologist Unknown\'. "Pulverising prog drumming, wonky rhythms and riffs scraped directly from the hairy backside of the Goat Lord of Mendes." Louder Than War Magazine "Brilliantly executed, if a little scary, and lies in its pugnacious world somewhere between Nought and The Human Abstract" Nightshift Magazine

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33-35 Stoke Newington Road
N16 8BJ

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