“May the sky fall and eternal night reign after the unholy hour.”
An incredibly extreme and soundwise demonic formation namely Nightbringer from Colorado, USA will take a short European visit during the end of November. Fortunately the first station of this mini tour will be in London on 20th November, organized by Old Empire and Isengard Promotions. This occasion will be unique in many ways. Nightbringer with their latest opus titled Ego Dominus Tuus (released in September 2014 via Season of Mist) carved their name on the monolith of occult black metal and raised themselves into a higher level of musical existence. The band is way far from the average sound and musical concept that most of the metal fans are usually familiar with so their performance will definitely lay a milestone on everyone’s timeline who dare to attend and face the abyss.
The wing-bands will be three not less extreme performers. Lychgate from the underground dungeons of London will perfectly fit to the headliner’s mystical atmosphere with their essentially dark sound but spiced up with a touch of Gothic influence. They will definitely win those who enjoy the cryptic sound of church organ as it is pretty much dominant on the face of Lychgate musical creation.
A proper kick-ass black metal carnage can be expected from Funeral Throne. The Midlander horde will be the only band on the bill that follows the old path of the pioneers. The band recently re-released their latest album titled Threshold which was a huge leap in terms of sound after their first full-length. Dark melodies kneaded together with restrained anger and that’s exactly what Funeral Throne is about.
Ataud will attack also from the London area and they will pump some trash blood into the night’s metal flow. A Colombian guy namely Ruben Jaramillo brought the band to life after he relocated his residence to London. The South American fury can be easily noticed after the first listen. Blade sharp riffs, tireless blast beats accompanied with Spanish lyrics are the main ingredients of this deadly trash metal and that’s what Ataud will deliver. Nothing artistic only pure hatred.
Each band is unique in their own way but the black essence of evilness will be common.
Updates and more info about the band can be found on the event’s official Facebook site.
Tickets are still available via Seetickets.
A preview by LGH – MMXV.