The prestigious Camden Underworld is sold out tonight with the anticipation of King 810 playing to a packed house raised by their previous impressive performances on our shores. There is no doubt that the band could have played 3 larger shows and people would have travelled however get a full UK run with 10 shows
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Celebrating 10 Years of “Hail Destroyer”, Cancer Bats had booked a string of dates across the World. Having sold out one night London’s Camden Underworld, rather than shifting to a bigger venue like The Electric Ballroom or O2 Forum, they added an extra date. That sold out. So they added another. And another. That’s right.
Tonight the “We Are Stronger Than Before” tour rolls up to London’s Camden Underworld with a lot of promise. Openers Currents [6/10] only play material from their impressive second album “The Place I Feel Safest” tonight and are hampered by sound issues throughout. It’s Currents first international tour and with an album that Oozes quality
Opening up tonight are London’s Karybdis  who debut two new songs mid-set tonight, the second of which goes by the temporary title of “Cracking Open A Cold One with Your Friends” though may well end up being called “Dead To Me” judging by the chorus. They’re currently working on the follow up to 2016’s
Opening up for Eighteen Visions at Camden Underworld tonight are Counting Days  – a London based Metalcore crew boasting Vocalist Thom Debare (ex-Heights), Guitarist Curtis Ward (ex-Bring Me The Horizon), Bassist Alex Dench (Rough Hands), Guitarist Charlie Wilson and Drummer Lasselle Lewis both from London hardcore mob The Revolution Continues aka TRC. Their debut
Opening the night to a sparse crowd, Stoke-on-Trent five piece Black Coast  play a flawlessly tight blend of Melodic-Hardcore-Metal that keeps everyone entertained while The Underworld gradually fills. “Crows Of The North” and “Lawless” stand out from the bands short but sweet set tonight and if they keep up their current vein of form, it
It’s a sold out show at Camden’s The Underworld tonight and despite the early doors at 18:00 there is a queue down the road by 17:30, such is the love for Stray From The Path. Reading’s Renounced  kick off tonight’s proceedings to a gradually filling venue for the opening night of the European leg