Inverted Grim-Mill Recordings & Infinity Mirror Records present:
A must see for fans of all things heavy, anybody seeking music that delves into the darker and more introspective aspects of the human condition will find much to love within their crushing gloom.
At times quiet and melancholy, at times an oppressive and miserable onslaught of crushing riffs and filth-laden grooves. Fans of Yob to Neurosis, even Bauhaus or Dead Can Dance, take heed – Grave Lines reaches out to scratch at your soul.
“Now into its second album, Grave Lines demonstrates irrefutable growth, confidence and deftness with a palette of emotional peaks and valleys.” – The Sludgelord
Dystopian Future Movies
No strangers to Newcastle, DFM craft a heady combination of discordant layers, atmospheric swells and colossal heaviness. While weaving lyrical catharsis with hypnotic vocal melodies – delicate dynamic interludes give way to massive doomscapes. Emotional, powerful and raw. DFM release their second album on 2nd March 2020.
‘Their allure is not in the volume or force, but the threat, as if they’ve got a lot in reserve, simmering beneath the surface. And with grace and dynamic range, they’re a uniquely exciting act.’ – Aural Aggravation
Durham’s own fuzzed up doom deliverers open the show following the advent of the second chapter of their Toad King EP trilogy, entitled ‘A Throne in Haze, a World Ablaze’, already long sold out ahead of release on tape via Sludgelord Records. Catch their fantastically mythological yet powerfully bleak and crushing set before they get completely devoured by the big toad fella.
Saturday 16th of May
£8 advance / £10 on the door