MAXIMUM CARNAGE CAPE TOWN TOUR 2015
If you have never attended one of the Nameless Pubs legendary Halloween Parties, then this is the year to do it! For the rest of you: Welcome Back!!! Featuring a wild line-up of live entertainment, DJs, promotions, and even a R500 bar tab to be given as prize to the best costume dress-up, this is a party for anybody out to have a good time in celebrating this quirky annual festivity. The Nameless Pub is a medium size venue with reasonable pricing, always a few specials, a couple of games, and plenty of room for good times and is easily accessible being situated in the heart of Somerset West. INDOORS: DJ Vox Libre will be entertaining with the best in contemporary rock and dance tunes, as well as dancefloor favourites in sets of commercial and alternative music. Jagermeister promo girls and games promise to add to the fun! OUTDOORS: Live music will kick off with Somerset West locals BLACK MARKET RIOTS who will bring a rock-riot of note, followed by the Namibia-Cape Town hybrid of CRIMSON HOUSE BLUES to get the smoke and whisky flowing strong. Another Somerset West local, MIND ASSAULT will bring the fear with their brand of Suid Afrikaanse Metaal followed by an even heavier SUIDERBEES to cap off the night. Entry will cost R30 per person. The R500 bar tab will be given away by popular vote at approximately 23:00
The first 5 SHADES OF METAL live show will erupt at The Rabbit Hole (Scher Street, Durbanville), featuring five hand-picked, ass-kicking Metal bands to represent a wide cross-section of sub-genres, incl Death, Industrial, Nu, Black, Core & more! With TERMINATRYX, SUIDERBEES, MESSIAH COMPLEX, WITH DAWN, THE FOUR HORSEMEN. There's more to life than just one flavour! Plus a screening of the Metal-linked documentary "TENSION: 25 Years Underground" More info and links at http://www.flamedrop.com/metal
[Description] Maximum Carnage and Egyptian Metal band Anarchy will embark on a monstrous tour of South Africa Keep your eyes and ears open for alot more info about the tour and bands!! support our african metal..
[Description] Mind Assault is back! If you're wondering "where we've been" since 2012, it is true that one member has been living abroad since December. Although this does not affect the bands writing and recording, it obviously means that we'll be seen much less on South African stages. Apart from that, it is business as usual, and we'll be hitting the trenches at ROAR to remind you of this very thing. Our combat platoon is completed by fellow metallers: Suiderbees, Beeldenstorm and Wargrave. Assemble your platoon now for a night of headbanging, raging, and drinking to the spoils of battle, join us in the Battlefield on 299 Lower Main on 29 June. Personal burial money: R30 Visit our pages: Mind Assault: http://www.facebook.com/mindassault Suiderbees: http://www.facebook.com/suiderbees Beeldenstorm: http://www.facebook.com/Beeldenstorm Wargrave: http://www.facebook.com/WargraveBand
Sounds Like: FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE, SEPTICFLESH-official-, Decapitated, BEHEMOTH!, Zyklon
Label: unsigned, Supreme Hatred
Manager: Self management
Bio: The idea to form a band blending the likes of death and black metal with symphonic music was conjured by Marc "Aap" Olwage and Ryck "Tier" Herbst in the summer of 2004.
They struggled for years to build up a strong and stable line-up that could deliver their well crafted brand of brutality. Afte...See Full Bio
: Suiderbees has a show on 2015-03-27 at 20:00 @ Roar in Observatory http://t.co/WP4U4wRsiX #concert
“Ready to finish off survivors of the Megalodon attack, Suiderbees took to the stage. Their assault doesn’t let up! Their performance was literally a wall of death (metal), and since Marc has taken over bass duties, it seems to tie the band together more than ever before. It’s like he’s channeling Tom Araya or something. I spent some time in the pit, and survived, barely. As they performed “Malevolence A.D.”, I couldn’t help but think to myself, “Wow, they keep polishing that track, it gets better with every performance!” They too have risen to prominence in the metal scene in the relatively short time that they have been active.”