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Doom Over London – The 6th Edition


SUNDAY TIMES

THE DOME

MOURNING DAWN 3:35pm – 04:00pm

HUNG ON HORNS 4:30pm – 05:00pm

DARKHER 5:30pm – 06:00pm

COLTSBLOOD 6:30pm – 07:00pm

SINISTRO 7:35pm – 08:10pm

SWALLOW THE SUN 8:50pm – 09:30pm

IN THE WOODS         9:40pm – 11:00pm

BOSTON MUSIC ROOM

LANDSKAP 3:10pm – 03:35pm

FALLOCH 4:00pm – 04:30pm

THE WOUNDED KINGS 5:00pm – 05:30pm

PANTHEIST 6:00pm – 06:30pm

LORD VICAR 7:00pm – 07:35pm

BLACK MOTH 8:10pm – 08:50pm

40 WATT SUN 9:10pm – 09:50pm  

ACES & EIGHTS

HEXE 5:45pm – 06:15pm

THE DEATH LETTER 6:45pm – 07:15pm

TREHA SEKTORI 7:35pm – 08:15pm

SYNDROME 8:45pm – 09:20pm


 

SATURDAY TIMES:

Dome

King Goat 3.35pm – 4.00pm

Conjurer 4.30pm – 5.00pm

Sea Bastard 5.30pm – 6.00pm

My Silent Wake 6.30pm – 7.00pm

Officium Triste 7.35pm – 8.10pm

Hooded Menace 8.50pm – 9.30pm

Moonspell 10pm – 11.20pm

 

Boston Music Room

Gevaudan 3.10pm – 3.35pm

Eye Of Solitude 4.00pm – 4:30pm

Torpor 5.00pm – 5:30pm

Slabdragger 6.00pm – 6:30pm

Ataraxie 7.00pm – 7.35pm

Bossk 8.10pm – 8.50pm

Esoteric 9.10pm – 9.50pm

 

Aces & Eights

MWWB 5.45pm – 6.15pm

Wizard Fight 6.45pm – 7.15pm

Alunah 7.35pm – 8.15pm

Ohhms 8.45pm – 9.20pm


FRIDAY TIMES:

Doors - 3pm

 

Sardonis- 4pm - 4.30pm

Malthusian - 5.00pm - 5.30pm

Bathsheba - 6pm - 6.30pm

Mourning Beloveth - 7pm - 7.45pm

Undergang - 8.15pm - 9pm

Impaled Nazarene - 9.30 - 11pm

 

Curfew - 11pm


 

London's darkest weekend, Doom Over London is back again and with Moonspell, In The Woods, Mourning Beloveth & more announced, it's looking like the best one yet!

https://www.facebook.com/doomoverlondon

Presented by Fire And Air

£37.50 Early Bird

Entry Requirements: 14+, Under 16s accompanied by an adult

Black Moth [UK] – Black Moth rose from the Leeds underground scene, taking their trash culture fixations and their love for Stooges squalor and Sabbath sulphur to create an onslaught of monumental riff sorcery and serpentine grace. Having just opened for Sisters Of Mercy and with a plethora of supports under their belt, hold on to your dentures or they’ll be rattled away.

https://www.facebook.com/themothpit 

Ataraxie [France] – Eight humongous albums in and the focus remains on extreme funeral death doom heavy enough to shift continents. This rare live ritual for the UK is an exclusive so expect things to be ratcheted up to beyond gloomy. Having recently reissued a 10th anniversary of ‘Slow Transcending Agony’, you should expect a live experience to match.
https://www.facebook.com/ataraxiedoom 

Sea Bastard [UK] –Hailing from Brighton, Sea Bastard are a rising favorites of all things loud and heavy in the UK. Bringing a sonic wall reminiscent of bands like Corrupted, Ramesses and Burning Witch to an achingly slow groove is both a visceral and must see experience, as those that caught them, and survived, at Temples or Desertfest over the past few years will attest to.
https://www.facebook.com/seabastarddoom 

Coltsblood [UK] – Hailing from the north of England and Scotland, Coltsblood have pretty much devastated every stage they have played on, getting ecstatic reviews for their noisy, dense and shape shifting sound from across Europe. Literally throwing all manner of blackened doom at your with every ounce of pure power at their disposal. Don’t expect to be the same after this set. 
https://www.facebook.com/Coltsblood 

Slabdragger [UK] – Hailing from Croydon, Slabdragger rammed out the room at the Desertscene Summer All Dayer with a sound so thick it was akin to being covered in tar. The groove is there, the heaviness is there, the sludge is there. They also play some some faster material, but if it’s not the slow stuff that saps your energy, the burning psychedelia of some riffs that will take you instead.
https://www.facebook.com/Slabdragger 

Eye Of Solitude [UK] – Londoners Eye Of Solitude carry the crown of the next up and coming funeral death doom band from the capital. Using extremes that can only come from negativity and suffering, shows are crushingly morose, expressing all the madness of the feelings of distress and pain. 
https://www.facebook.com/eyeofsolitudeband 

Earlier Event: March 24
Pere Ubu
Later Event: March 30
Gorguts