Chaos Theory presents blackened metal bands from around Europe, in a UK exclusive show.
Leading the impressive Silesian black metal scene, Furia haven’t stopped innovating and pushing the boundaries of their style since their creation in 2003. Mixing their early raw black metal with an increasing amount of sonic landscapes, superbly drawing in more reverb and Polish folk elements, they released their beautiful album Księżyc milczy luty in 2016 via Pagan Records.
Some of us have enjoyed them in Europe and look forward to their first time in the UK.
“A base of several different genres, ranging from jazz to prog to stoner, with traditional black metal laced sparingly over it, to create a sound that is unquestionably black metal in spirit.” – Distorted Sound
Au-Dessus pushes the genre’s boundaries by blowing an ice cold wind into the scene. Since 2004, the four Lithuanians have perfectly blended early Norwegian black metal with dissonant riffing, post-metal atmospheres and crushing sludgescapes. Their sound echoes the ancients while staring firmly into the future.
Check out their album End Of Chapter, out on Les Acteurs de l’ombre Productions.
“A more cerebral listen” – Metal Storm
A trio from Brighton making punishing, bleak sludge and doom. Some of us discovered them by accident at Desertfest London, were completely blown away and have been blasting out their debut album This Infinite Violence ever since. Their live set was phenomenal and we look forward to catching them on a bigger stage after so long.
“…few do it with such tortured finesse, with such communicated emotion.” – The Sludgelord