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Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster

Alternative / Metal / Post-Metal London, UK  UK


  • 2014

    Dec 20

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    SOMEWHAT DAMAGED: A new night of LOUD alternative noise from the underground. After two successful events with a packed out venue and an amazing party atmosphere, we're back at The Unicorn in Camden Town on Saturday the 20th of December... and this time we're pulling together for a good cause. ALL funds we make on the night will go toward helping the homeless during these cold winter months via the registered charity CRISIS (http://www.crisis.org.uk/). This includes 15% of the bar takings as well as any donations collected during the evening from you lovely people! So come and have merry (or miserable) cheap holiday drinks with some of London's rawest alternative bands providing the soundtrack on a night with bite! Featuring sets from: Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster (Onstage 10.15pm - 10.45pm): Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster hail from London, the meeting of five minds who share a love for atmospheric art-metal. Bringing together elements of post rock and progressive metal, as well as diverse influences from glitch to stoner rock, they generate a unique and mesmerizing sound. Moments of reflective serenity and complex spiralling soundscapes mix with massive riffs and crushing climaxes to take audiences on a journey. https://www.facebook.com/tnbduk Black Sixteen (Onstage 9.30pm - 10.00pm): Black Sixteen are a London based Dark Grunge rock band. The band was formed by songwriter Amir Khan and drummer Matt Burn, who initially performed around London as a four piece including keyboards before stripping the unit down for a condensed, dynamic and emotionally charged sound, a bitter tongued pill that burns on the way down. Destroy something beautiful today. https://www.facebook.com/blacksixteen Hollowdrone (Onstage 8.45pm - 9.15pm): Hollowdrone is a three piece alternative rock band from the south coast of the UK who formed in the summer of 2013. They have since often grabbed their audiences attention, with their energetic and nutty performances. They thrive to deliver high-energy, eye-catching performances wherever they play with as much enthusiasm and attitude as you'd expect from an alternative rock band. https://www.facebook.com/Hollowdrone Spider Redundant (Onstage 8pm - 8.30pm): Spider Redundant’s diverse range of influences means they are just as likely to produce a slow melodic catchy chorus as they are a brutal and crushing breakdown. This prevents most from labelling them a particular genre of rock music and you will find elements of metal, grunge, punk and hardcore mixed in with more traditional sounds. https://www.facebook.com/spiderredundant PLUS we're proud to announce that we're welcoming special guest DJ Michael Angelo to this Somewhat Damaged event! His DJ's sets at both Voodoo Rock London and Project Mayhem Rock Night are legendary amongst the London rock scene and we can't wait to hear what he has to offer between and after the bands on the night! ***FREE ENTRY*** The Unicorn Camden Live 227 Camden Road, London, NW1 9AA Saturday 20th December 2014 19:00 - 03:00 https://www.facebook.com/events/415430848607489

  • 2014

    Nov 21

    London, UK | 7:00pm

    A special night of progressive heaviness in association with Wild Heart Records. ------------------- Sumer We saw this band at The Facemelter years ago, who put on a hell of a show even back then. In the last year, they've been heavily working on heir live show, filling out venues across London and have finally produced a stunning album. The Animal You Are is a perfect celebration of alternative rock, with hints of progressive and post-metal fused with eerie vocal melodies. Engineered and produced by Sean Douglas (The Franklys, The Graveltones, Django Django) and mastered by Justin Hill (SiKth, Yashin, Young Guns, Johnny Truant), the album is a dynamic and groove-laden insight into the bands unique take on modern rock and metal. http://www.sumerband.uk/ "Their triple guitar attack surges, explodes and winds down in waves leaving the senses in a euphoric state of jubilant chaos." - Metalmouth.net "This is music to take you out of the space you’re in and transport you away entirely" - James Walsh, Starsailor ------------------- Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster A brilliant atmospheric post-metal band who've risen early in the UK's underground scene and endured lineup changes and various experiments with their sounds. Fans rejoiced and flocked to The Black Heart when they performed with PSOTY in September, and they were not disappointed. See their immense performance of 'Exegesis' here, the title track of their phenomenal album: http://youtu.be/oytbTc8FMw4 Watch their page for more announcements in the coming weeks... http://bridgedisaster.co.uk/ "An expansive, vast ocean of sounds that is never too technical for its good" - Sloucher "Tight and well crafted tracks" - The Monolith ------------------- Eschar A truly amazing progressive/post-rock instrumental band from Woking, who have stunned fans with their explosive riffs and sprawling spacious melodies. After a hiatus they are back, apparently with new material that will drop jaws. Fans of their album 'Elements' have been blown away by their dynamic live shows and tight performances. http://eschar.bandcamp.com/ "Simply scintillating, a dizzying flurry of sonic pyrotechnics." - Thisisnotascene ------------------- £4 at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/293965 £6 on the door

  • 2014

    Jul 12

    London, UK | 7:30pm

    A Cheery Wave / Echoes & Dust present a night of Post-Rock / Atmospheric Rock / Post-Metal... with projected visuals all night and DJ until 2am. in violet 'Atmospheric rock soundscapes blending natural acoustic and abrasive digital elements' 'Delicate soft textures, thunderous droning guitar, catchy percussion, all of which is blended with subtle and evocative ambient sounds.' Echoesanddust.com http://inviolet.bandcamp.com/ Flies are Spies from Hell ‘Epic and explosive piano-led instrumental post-rock’ 'Within two songs they pretty much win the Creation of Atmosphere competition and have the jammed venue salivating with their impending doom-style narrative.' Oxfordbands.com http://fliesarespiesfromhell.bandcamp.com/ Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster 'Deep grooves, complex atmospherics, head-crushing heaviness’ 'Driven by often intricate, crossing waves of guitar and creative percussion that hypnotize with repeating rhythms and then explode in displays of fiery extravagance. The music has a heavy, sludgy low end and an ominous atmosphere, yet it’s infused with often anthemic melodies.' Nocleansinging.com http://bridgedisaster.co.uk/ + TBC + CHAOS THEORY DJ £4 entry // 7.30pm Doors // 18+ http://acheerywavefromstrandedyoungsters.bandcamp.com/ www.echoesanddust.com

  • 2012

    Apr 7

    Highbury, ISL, UK | 11:00pm
  • 2012

    Feb 3

    Sheffield, UK | 7:00pm



Label: DIY

Manager: DIY

Bio: Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster are a four-piece instrumental post-metal group based in London. Formed in 2008 by the meeting of four minds sharing a love of progressive music and post-rock, the band seek to combine textural melancholic soundscapes with crushing riffs to create a modern atmospheri...See Full Bio

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