Post-prog and the punk ethic: an interview with Sumer

On 17th July 2015, CT writer Gem Caley ventured into deepest darkest Islington to see post-proggers Sumer play, and to badger the band about their upcoming gig with Opensight and Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster. The following article is based on a delightfully meandering conversation held in the children’s playground opposite the venue.

4th September | The Facemelter: Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, Opensight, Sumer

We present a triple feature at The Black Heart, with both underground post-metal behemoths Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster and devastating prog band Opensight launching their albums, hoisted up on the pillar of rock that is the mighty Sumer. £6 advance                                                                             secret discount tickets £8 on the door ————— Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster​ (album launch) A brilliant atmospheric post-metal band who’ve risen early in …

The Facemelter – 6th October 2012

Soaring soundscapes from these immense post rock giants. LOST IN THE RIOTS We love having these greats down from Watford. Defying the local hardcore scene with their love of post rock, LITR produce intricate melodies, impressive breakdowns and still know how to pack a punch! We’ve not been able to leave their EP Sinking Ships alone during the last year. http://lostintheriots.bandcamp.com THE DISTORTING GLASS Powerful art rock/post metal band featuring ex-Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster bassist Tom Granica. Sprawling spacious melodies, industrial vocals and plenty of riffs and solos. A Perfect Circle meets Nine Inch Nails, a conceptual experience we can’t …