Bringing the riffs since 2004, they've built up a fuzz laden super heavy back catalogue. Their latest album Canyons was released on Black Bow Records in June last year to critical acclaim.
Lowering the tone since 2011, Glasgow;s Headless Kross released the long awaited Projections II in December 2019. This is part 2 of a trilogy and a very well received follow up to Projections I. Other recent highlights were opening for EyeHateGod and playing Desertfest London last year. Sharing the stage again with their brothers in doom, Slomatics.
Formed in 2002 in Cork City, El Bastardo are reforming for one night only to add to this line up. Their back catalogue consists of the split single Died at 30, Buried at 60 with Slomatics in 2005 and the album Versus You in 2010 - definitely quality not quantity. Containing at various times members of (R)evolution Of A Sun, Hope is Noise and Rulers of The Planet - you don't want to miss this rare opportunity to see them.
All bands are guaranteed to level the place so get your tickets bought!!
£8.00 + fees Advance
£10 on the Door
Tickets available here: slomatics.brownpapertickets.com
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