NOIZ is a one-day event I’ve just been made aware of, and it’s far enough away time-wise that you have plenty of time to save up for tickets. Details below are from the event’s facebook page which is filled with links to the revelant acts if you want to check them out.
With eleven awesome riff-heavy bands in the main performance, an art exhibition, side attractions, in-crowd shenanigans, stalls, aftershow and more, this all-day event is lined up to be the loudest and most visually/mentally stimulating show of its kind in Manchester this year. Please support this DIY project by spreading the word!
LINEUP (in alphabetical order)
Alunah (Birmingham – HEADLINING): Enchanting, classic doom with hints of psychedelia. Listen to the latest album, Awakening the Forest.
Bastard of the Skies (Blackburn): An aggressive blend of sludge, noise and discordant melodies. Listen to their third album, Tarnation.
Chubby Thunderous Bad Kush Masters (London): Fuzzy and chubby stoner metal grooves, ex-Dopefight. Get your chub on here.
Conjurer (Birmingham): Extreme metal tuned to sludge filth and then turned up louder. Listen to their music here.
Gévaudan (London): A heavy mix of old and new stoner/doom metal disciplines. Latest EP, Message for the Damned.
Kurokuma (Sheffield): Sludge that is simultaneously hypnotic and oppressive. Listen to their music here.
Monolith Cult (Bradford): Heavy doom rock / Lazarus Blackstar, Solstice and Khang members. Listen to their music here.
OHHMS (Canterbury): EARLY SET! Dynamic and eclectic progressive sludge metal. Latest EP, Cold, here.
Under (Stockport): Vibey, heavy riff worship from promising local(ish) newcomers.
See this album for a selection of pieces by the announced artists exhibiting at the event.
(artists in alphabetical order according to page names…):
- Adrian Baxter Illustration : (Haworth, Yorkshire)
- Alice Biddau – Artworks (Manchester)
- Art by Darren Saint Darren (Ballymena, Northern Ireland)
- Astrogiant Designs (Worcester)
- Chris Henry – Tattooist (Bury)
- Dominic Sohor Design (Manchester)
- Irongiant Artworks (Brighton)
- Jimbob Isaac (Swansea)
- Michael Cowell (Nottingham)
- SeaPuppy (Malta)
- S.Toner Artwork (Manchester)
- Tom Roberts Illustration (Hereford)
- Zonument – The Art of Alan O’Neill (Corby)
Combined, their previous clients/commissions include:
Bell Witch ☠ Black Magician ☠ Clutch ☠ Conan ☠ Goatschlager ☠ Grimpen Mire ☠ High Fighter ☠ High On Fire ☠ H A R K ☠ Hellfest Open Air Festival ☠ Kvelertak ☠ Kyuss ☠ (the) Melvins ☠ Nashville Pussy ☠ Neurosis ☠ Orange Amplifiers ☠ Orange Goblin ☠ Pelican ☠ Pilgrim ☠ PIST ☠ Primitive Man ☠ Queens of the Stone Age ☠ Raging Speedhorn ☠ Red Fang ☠ Samothrace ☠ Sea Bastard ☠ Soden ☠ Supersuckers ☠ Temples Festival ☠ Trollkraftt ☠ Troubled Horse ☠ War Wolf ☠ Windhand ☠ Witchsorrow ☠ Wort… Plus some of the bands playing and many, many more besides.
Sword-swallowing, contortion, human blockhead/pincushion, glass walking & eating, skull flossing, bed of nails, whips, knives and more bloody bizarre behaviour from Heavy Metal Pete (London)
Massive sound brought to you by MGS Productions
Projections by Dan Hett
- General merch and art stall downstairs, more TBA
- Future Noise Recordings record stall
- Buy online here: http://noizstore.bigcartel.com/product/noiz-all-dayer-sat-oct-17
- On the door £15 / OTD Discount £13
- Aftershow free for attendees of main event
- Physical tickets will be stocked at Dr Hermans, Manchester from July 24th
THE RIFF RAFFLE
Raising money for Youth Music (registered charity number 1075032) with a raffle on the day, the prize pot being made up of donations from some people, bands, artists, etc… involved in the show and some who are not but want to contribute anyway! Please check out their amazing work at http://www.youthmusic.org.uk/
The Star and Garter is at 18-20 Fairfield Street M1 2QF
It stands right next to the Manchester Piccadilly train station (incorporating the Metrolink and taxi rank) and is a short walk from the Piccadilly bus stations. Event is for 18+ only, if you look young, bring ID to avoid disappointment. Hearing protection is advised.