Tag: Of Concrete Gods

Bootleg: Of Concrete Gods in Hitchin!

After the announcement of a forthcoming acoustic EP “Our Trauma is not a Competition”  earlier this weekend with single “Hate To Say“, Of Concrete Gods have shared in quadruple the evidence as to why you should check it out. Recorded on a single static camera with excellent sound quality, here are a trio from the

NEWS: Of Concrete Gods announce acoustic EP!

Showcasing how the band have been influenced by the MTV Unplugged shows of the 90s with shades of Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam, the first single “Hate to Say” from acoustic EP “Our Trauma is not a Competition” from Of Concrete Gods has appeared. It’s the first in a series of five acoustic songs to

Bootleg: Of Concrete Gods: Unplugged at The Hat Factory!

Playing an unplugged set at The Hat Factory Luton on 26th June 2021, Of Concrete Gods have unveiled a collection of new lockdown-influenced songs with this set, confirming as if there was any doubt, that they have been hard at work in the background. Yes, the bass is plugged in and the drummer absent without

The Black Map #155: Of Concrete Gods from Luton!

Having a population of nearly 220k, Luton is actually one of the most populated Towns in the United Kingdom not to have been granted City status and as the crow flies being 29 miles from London probably has something to do with it. For over a century it has been the home of Vauxhall motors

Bootleg: Of Concrete Gods in Luton!

Following last weeks release of second single “Good Samaritan” from Luton based Sludge Metallers Of Concrete Gods, we’ve delved into their archives and come up with a treasure chest of four cuts from at their performance at the Awful Christmas show at Harvey’s on 6th December 2019. First off, their debut single “Obsidian” and “Death

NEWS: Of Concrete Gods turn to the “Good Samaritan”?

Having premiered their debut single “Obsidian” six months ago but curtailed activities due to a lack of live shows, Luton residents Of Concrete Gods have returned with a Sludge Metal classic in “Good Samaritan“. The studio version of a song previously performed live, the quintet captured that fury of that live performance like lightning in