We hail the return of post-metal favourites and new discoveries with fresh sounds.
£8 on the door
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Over a year and a half after their last gig at The Facemelter, this heavy instrumental trio return with more hypnotic basslines, flowing dynamics and bone-crushing riffs, as well as some new material to play you…
“Offers several changes in pace and a trading of the trademark light and dark of the elegant post-rock and the ugly sludge riffs” – The Sludgelord
“A cocktail of shimmer and sludge” – The Monolith
Treasure Of Woe
A crushingly atmospheric jam duo, forged of Richard Grealish (previously of Witchfist, who played the first ever Facemelter in 2010) and Rob Williams (of Long Slow Dissolve).
This two-piece of drums and guitars channel swirling instrumental passages with epic Neubauten-esque industrial jams and noise work. Combine this with occasional moments of ambience, cut short by heavy drone and sampling, and you’ve got a psychedelic experience like no other.
An American/Portuguese soloist, who we caught at the Spread all-dayer at New River Studios in July.
This multi-instrumentalist makes improvised, stream-of-consciousness music inspired by his surroundings, looping wild guitars, plastic synths and drum machines.
He’s already shared the stage with Chiyoda Ku, Steve Strong, Alpha Male Tea Party, Body Hound, A-Tota-So and his influences range from future garage to prog-rock to fusion jazz to jungle. No two shows are the same.