3rd November | The Facemelter: Poly-Math (album preview), Masiro, Asian Death Crustacean

A tornado of math rock, prog and technical metal from three jawdropping instrumental bands, with a brand new album being played through by the Brighton-based scene legends, ahead of its imminent release, at The Black Heart in Camden.
£6 advance                                                                  secret cheap tickets
£8 on the door
The perfect balance of intricate musicianship, infectious hooks, heart-pounding melodies and nuanced buildups. We’ve watched his Brighton-based trio rise and rise from a startup project with a couple of singles into a pinnacle and example to all fledgling bands in the math rock scene.
Tonight they play us their upcoming album, which, like every one of their releases, has been hugely anticipated.
An immense display of grooves, riffs and technical ability, as this instrumental trio bring in elements of tech metal, prog and even funk to create vastly impressive masterpieces.
Their performance at The Facemelter in February was second to none.
A relatively new band who have been taking on fans across the scene with every live performance. An extraordinary display of talent, these guys flit effortlessly between ambient post-rock and jarringly perfect metal riffs to tap into the palettes of a wide range of audiences.
They blew us away when supporting Alpha Male Tea Party and Valerian Swing in April.