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The soundman told us to ‘tone it down’, so we broke the stage… Positive aggression in full effect… B16 SMASH.
Next stop: Our Hallowe’en show – Watch this space for more info SOON!
Returning for the third month in a row due to popular demand, Rocking For Your Life 3 is ready to go!
Another great Rock/Alternative/Metal night is almost on us showcasing some amazing bands! The next event will be on the 3rd October and will once again be held at The Gunners in Finsbury Park.
Lots of great bands, cool place, cool people; another great night : bring your friends as we will once more be “Rocking For Your Life !”
Doors are at 19.30 and the first band will be on at 20:00 sharp so get down there early!!!
Line Up :
Renowned for their energetic and solid live show that mixes metal, grunge, screamo, punk and hardcore with more traditional sounds, Spider Redundant’s diverse range of influences means they are just as likely to produce a slow melodic catchy chorus as they are a brutal and crushing breakdown…
Altercation was formed in 2006 when Parisian’s Vince and Nina arrived in London to form a band both influenced by Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age and so on, wanting to recreate a 90’s sound revisited and fresh.
Now, that they found a new chemistry in 2014 with new member Bish on the drums, they’re on their way to create new songs and record all their song repertory for their first album.
Black Sixteen are a London based rock band. Their eponymous self-produced debut EP was released in early 2012, and they are currently recording their second release for 2014. Moving forward as a three-piece with a harder stripped down sound; their early style of delicately heavy rock has evolved into a venomous form of dark grunge noise, a bitter tongued pill that burns on the way down. Their influences span a wide range of artists and bands, including Nine Inch Nails, Pixies, Tori Amos, At The Drive-In, The Cure, Alice In Chains, Ministry, Nirvana, Tool, Massive Attack, Faith No More, The Afghan Whigs, The White Stripes, Therapy? and many more.
LET DEMONS RUN
Primarily a metal and melodic hardcore outfit, LDR was started as a side project by members of Blind Havoc, Spider Redundant, Hail of Abuse and Monsters in the Attic but has since grown into a beast in it’s own right!
Since forming and writing an initial batch of songs during the end of 2013, a couple of line-up changes, relentlessly rehearsing and honing our sound and a few hairy nights out , LDR are currently finishing off their debut EP which is due for release late October early November. Expect loud, fast and aggressive music.
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Immense thanks to everyone who came down to fill up the joint, you’re all amazing, we love you all.
Sumer‘s headline set RULED, such heavy beauty. A Mouth Full Of Matches brought so much positive energy with their slot, and The Connectors pulled a brilliant opening set out of the bag after confirming at the last minute… to all the bands involved: RESPECT.
Somewhat Damaged will be back soon, watch this space for info about a special December show.
In a change to the original line-up, we’re delighted to announce that The Connectors have stepped up as our last minute openers, replacing Idlehour, who sadly had to pull out due to unforseen circumstances.
These lads are more than up for filling the gap, make sure you come down early to catch their set at 8pm!
We’d like to share this with you all, a precious memory of the first ‘Somewhat Damaged’ night we put on at The Unicorn Camden Live in July. In a constantly evolving state, this is how ‘My Asshole Heart’, sounded back then!
Considering it’s a Sunday night, we had a great little atmosphere at The Black Heart tonight, thanks so much to all those who made it down to check out the show, you make the sweat/blood all worth it!
And a special BIG-UP to our very own Mr Dave Guy for joining us on bass, you’re our last minute legend/hero dude! Much love x