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Doom-Gothic ensemble Cold in Berlin are set to make a pilgrimage to Newcastle this October to lay waste with their haunting tones.
The band will be playing Trillians on October 22nd – and as a special treat, this time around the show will be FREE entry.
They’ve created a rather nifty video here for the song ‘She Walks’ from their 2015 album ‘The Comfort of Loss and Dust’
In a really quick turnaround, we even have some supports lined up already.
Gothzilla will be one such support, they’re erm, quite Goth. Check out a video here for ‘Today is a Good Day To Die’ – reminds me very much of The Merry Thoughts…
Another welcome addition to the Cold in Berlin show in The Head of Steam on May 30th.
We’d already announced Mausoleums and now we’re thrilled to announce that Teeside Psychedelia act The Golden Age of Nothing will also be performing as part of the bill.
Tickets are available here and priced just £6 in advance (£8 door).
TGAON describe themselves as “Gothic psychedelia from Stockton on Tees. Drum machine, distortion pedals, viola gone mad and throbbing bass churning out songs of dead Russian spacemen, the end of the world and polar expeditions gone wrong, all sung with an echo of the blackest humour.”
We’ve got a new support announcement for you, Mausoleums are to support Cold in Berlin at Head of Steam on May 30th.
Combining heavy synths, atmospheric sounds and reverberant vocals to create a haunting industrial soundscape, the duo are influenced by 80s minimal wave, witch house and Industrial.
I’m sure they will be well welcomed. Hopefully another to be added soon 🙂
Check em out on Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/mausoleums
Certainly one of our favourite shows from 2015 was Cold in Berlin – well – all of our shows are our favourites, but you know what we mean.
Cold in Berlin were dark, moody, bleak and left us begging for more.
Well, they’re back – darker, moodier, bleaker and giving us more.
We’re in the city centre this time, The Head of Steam on Neville Street providing the perfect backdrop. 30th May 2016, a great way to celebrate a bank holiday.
Tickets are just £6 in advance and available from www.seetickets.com