Go Hard or Go Home presents…
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SATURDAY 20th APRIL AT THE CHAMELEON!!!
✪ EVEN VAST
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EVEN VAST formed in 1998 and recorded their first album “Hear Me Out” in Holland at the Beaufort Studios (other bands recorded here include The Gathering and Phlebotomized). “Hear Me Out” was released in 1999 through Black Lotus Records. Thanks to the success of the first album other labels expressed interest in the band, in 2001 “Where the Trees Still Speak” was released on MCD and Picture MLP through Ars Metalli/Painkiller Records.
In 2003 “Outsleeping” album was released through Mausoleum Records which provided good promotion for the band and increased popularity.
April 2007 was the date of the third full length album (under MyKingdom Music) “Teach Me How To Bleed”.
After a pause of 9 Years, Even Vast have returned based between Manchester and Nottingham, with a new line up and a new sludge/doom sound. Not only that, there’s the addition of a quirky Saxophonist, work on a new album and a return to live performances.
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“There’s a lot of bands who say they’re rock and even more who claim to have balls, but most don’t. Towers rock hard with big ass balls of steel. In your face, in your space and on your case with clear yet considered influences of the older greats (Guns and Roses, Motley Crew) on their sleeves but with none of the pretentiousness. From the moment they kick off you know they mean it, they feel it and after watching them perform you do too. A bill topper if ever I saw one, T.O.W.E.R.S get everyone in the room involved and it’s never a gig, it’s always a show! See them Live and die.”
✪ WITCH OF THE EAST
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A frontwoman who blatantly was born to be in the spotlight with lyric imagery rivalling that of the best horror movies.
Introducing, Aeris Houlihan‘s solo project Witch of the East (ex CHAMBERS). After Aeris left Chambers late 2018 she decided to write a solo album. The album titled (Queen of Insecurity) draws on the orgasmic din of Witchy, Grunge horror. A beautifully dark concept album that touches on industrial rock, grunge and dark pop. The combination is pure yet terrifying.
“Witch of the East has no limits, no compromises. It’s an honest interpretation of your surroundings. A harsh but beautiful world! Being free to say what you really mean! No matter who is listening.”
✪ BAD MEN
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Nottingham duo unleash onslaught of savage speed doom + hammers.
£5 on the door.
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