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Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 at 8:00pm
Conan return to lay waste to Manchester once more in what promises to be an evening celebrating all things heavy!
After a triumphant eighteen months that has seen them release a second album to critical acclaim from all corners of the music press, festival appearances at Incubate, Desertfest, Heavy Days In Doom Town, and a Roadburn appearance so mighty that a recorded version was released on vinyl, along with extensive tours across the UK/Europe and support slots with the likes of Sleep, Eyehategod, and Bongripper along the way, Conan have cemented their place as one of the finest Doom bands on the circuit, and they will return for what will be their biggest headline show in Manchester to date. With the promise of new material from their highly anticipated third album to go along with their renowned reputation as a live act, this promises to be unmissable!
Forming just over eighteen months ago, London based weight and grunt two piece Ghold have made striking impressions on all who have come across them in their short life span thus far. Their bludgeoning live appearances has seen them play with the likes of Iron Witch, Meadows, and Bast, and their first album Judas Ghoat has received unanimous praise. They will have new material to destroy your ears with by the time October comes around
Local sludge heroes Nomad have made great strides in a short space of time. Having already supported the likes of Witch Mountain, Grimpen Mire, and Hang The Bastard, as well as Bongripper and Conan on their last visit to Manchester. With their unwavering commitment to all things filth and sludge that stretches to their much heralded live performances, Nomad are not to be missed.
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