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Zeolite and Mute Mistress are no longer playing this gig due to other commitments. Blood Luxury and Lab A will be travelling North for this. This will be more fun that anything else happening anywhere on the last day of Summer!
Get your dose of FREE local metal at the Chardy this January when BLOOD LUXURY heads to our sunny state all the way from Tasmania as a part of their debut double album launch tour. Lets treat these tassie metalers with a true brisso metal night! Hitting the stage with them are the up and coming brutal powerhouse of LAVIDIUS, MAGGET DEATH & SYSTEM TRASHED so get along and wreck your fucking neck Brisbane \m/ and dont forget ITS FREE so that means more spare cash to get your drink on!
Eyes Cry Blood album release. Everyone gets a free Trance ep. Eyes Cry Blood Album + Entry is only $15
Sounds Like: Meshuggah, Mudvayne, Metallica, Pantera, Dethklok
Bio: Blood Luxury are a technical death metal band always striving to be innovative and original. A melting pot of all that is Metal with exciting live performances that often spill off stage and into the pit. Blood Luxury features 3 guitars and bass all tuned down for maximum brutality as well as dr...See Full Bio
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“When you put this EP on, you’re firstly going to notice the unrelenting riffs pummelling your skull in. About thirty seconds in it gets a little more intense and continues to do so for the next two minutes, until the song takes a breath before rocking you back into a demented lullaby for the remaining four minutes. There’s no vocals on the first track which is the title track, and it culminates in an eerie, strung-out guitar solo. The second song ‘Beckon The Call’ has some catchy hooks and strange vocals, but the ending is pretty cool. This song also features on the band’s debut album Eyes Cry Blood which they finished recording at the end of March. The final song ‘Cleaning’ also has some fairly painful and strangled vocals, but I think it works to articulate the lyrical content which focuses on the neglect of loved ones through drug use. The production, done by Joe Haley (Psycroptic), is similarly dark and grimy and the blend of the three guitars gives Trance a thick, no”