Doomed From Day One
Dye The Flux
Guildford, SRY, UK
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 at 7:00pm
It's No Wave's first live night of the year and what better way to do it than being part of Oxjam, the nation's music festival and as part of a charitable cause worth supporting.
Oxjam thrives on the strength of local live music scenes so it gives us great pleasure to introduce the bands that will be gracing the stage for us:
DOOMED FROM DAY ONE
Doomed From Day One need very little introduction. Guildford's own progessive death metal titans are rising meteorically in the British metal scene with their savage blend of styles forming the basis of a truly volatile bombshell, which has landed them support slots for huge names such as The Black Dahlia Murder, Heart Of A Coward, Annotations Of An Autopsy and Thy Art Is Murder with their path of destruction quickly branching out into European territory too. They won't take prisoners and they will no doubt annihilate Wates House when they take to the stage.
DYE THE FLUX
Dye The Flux are an undoubtedly passionate and hard-working quartet of Guildfordian gentlemen, that effortlessly blur the boundaries of alt-rock, metal and hardcore with scathing guitar work, punishing breakdowns and vocals from the heart that incite chaos wherever they play. Soon to release their much anticipated 'Shark!' EP, DTF are set to make a real impact in the Surrey scene, all guns blazing as they do it.
In every sense of the word, Guildford's Stone Giants are a riff-loaded juggernaut, with effortless skill and heaviness reinforced by their almost ceaseless work ethic since forming late last year. Currently in the process of recording their first EP, expect their hard rock attack to shake Wates to its foundations and their infectious songwriting to be hammered permanently into your brain.
The quartet that form Wallington's Change Persona write incredibly catchy, anti-pop punk anthems of disempowered youth with startling confidence and energy that has earned them a deserved reputation, as an exciting, up-and-coming prospect. Hot on the heels of their EP release 'It's Only Natural!' their debut album is imminently waiting to be released to the masses and sang defiantly from the rooftops.
Farnborough's Origami Heart are on paper, a soul-charged, female fronted five-piece capable of an evocative life soundtrack whilst on the flipside, sporting the attitude of hard-hitting melodic metal. Despite forming recently, their chemistry is already incredibly tight, and their energy and stage presence is quickly snowballing in more and more gigs, so they will no doubt be a name to keep tabs on.
£5 ADMISSION, £4 IF YOU'RE DRESSED FOR HALLOWEEN.
DOORS OPEN: 7:00pm
£2 STELLA AND £2 BLACKTHORN W/ WRISTBAND GIVEN ON THE NIGHT
SET TIMES TBC
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