Unrelenting maths, industrial and aggro at the start of October.
Evisceratingly good, Precibus have been under the radar for a while whilst they concentrate on new material and we’ve booked them in for their uplift. Wing tips at the ready. Their blend of Incubus, Soil, Machine Head, Slipknot and Fear Factory inspired metal, mixed with tear duct cauterising vocals is an impressive assault. We’re looking forward to their set!
Tayne are a London based experimental noise pop outfit with industrial tinges throughout delivering moody atmospheric vocals over punishing guitars, overwhelming electronics and pulsating rhythms. Intense listening, their songs are coherent, and for a two piece it truly is a Terminator level firefight of a performance.
Unashamedly we’re dragging back CaveKiller back for a second show this year so they can give these out of towners a run for their money. Setting a high bar at their last gig, we’re looking forward to their powerful riffs, masterful beats and commanding bass, along with an actively involved vocal performance from Josh. Containing such Uranium in a small space is never advised and not to be missed.
Dubrek Café and Dubrek Studios
Dubrek Studios has a relaxed outside seating area at the rear of the building, a well-stocked bar serving until 11pm that includes vegan ales, wine, beer, shorts, various teas, decent coffees, chai latté and snacks, as well as our café kitchen which serves filling, hot vegetarian, vegan and bacon food all night from 7pm, so you can grab a bite before, or during the show!
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