Wednesday, 9 October 2013
Octernal is a brand new all day event carefully curated by a group of promoters whom all of which want to rock your socks off. We all have our favourite artists that we want to share with you and Octernal Festival is our serendipitous vessel that will make that happen.
Taking place on the 19th October, across 3 stages; Brudenell Social Main Room, Brudenell Games Room and Left Bank Church, there will be a menagerie of acts ranging from bazouki rock to caveman battle doom, from psych folk to slacker indie, f
Posted by Big Spaceship at 18:11
Big Spaceship Presents an evening of doomed cataclysms from the outer reaches of space...
We welcome back London's finest doom slayers with open ears. Last time was immense, its been far too long. If you're like us; suckers for planet smashing riffs, discordant chelping and brave song structures, Slabdragger will tick all the boxes. Having released two records and played with a menagerie of big bands on the heavy scene over the last 2 years such as Conan, St Vitus and big shows like Desert Fest, Slabdragger are certainly making a dent. Come and witness their heavy as sin live performance and be forever changed.
5-piece avant garde doom from Bristol. For fans of Neurosis, Khanate, Wolves In The Throne Room. "an atmospheric heaping of interwoven arrangements, detailed and droned stretches that subside into sludge filled chasms as the bass pushes you through the floor and lifts dust from the walls." -CVLT NATION
Leeds based blackened death metal 5 piece who endeavor to redefine the meaning of shred. Libre Necris have spent the last 3 years mastering their sound and layering the line up, which, was fairly recently completed by recruiting Simon Wright (Tangaroa/Canaya) on vocals. The band have plenty gig notches upon their belt and have played some awesome supports slots for bands such as Anaal Nathrakh. They are set to release their latest offering later this year on 10' vinyl, so keep an eye out.
+ 1 more tbc Santiago Bar Doors 19:30
Posted by Big Spaceship at 17:09