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Ethyrfield w. support

Start
May 25, 2019 8:00 pm
End
May 25, 2019 12:00 am
Address
Lower Gunstone Bideford EX39 2DE   View map
Phone:
01237 478860

£7.00

Metal 2 the Masses 2018 winners Ethyrfield are gearing up to take Bideford by storm, with a host of Like Minded guests from all over the South West. May 25th is one you won’t want to miss!

This event is 14+ (under 18’s must be accompanied)
£7 otd, bring i.d.

Ethyrfield:

Formed in 2014, Ethyrfield are a young up and coming rock band from South Devon. In the past, they have been crowned winners of the national under 19s Rock the House Competition and Ben has reached the finals of Sky Arts Guitar Star. In January 2018, Ethyrfield were winners of the Introducing Stage at the Giants of Rock festival at Butlins Minehead and will return in January 2019 to play the main stage along with Skid Row, AC/DCs Chris Slade and FM. Later in 2018, the band won the Devon and Cornwall heats of the Metal 2 the Masses competition and played at Bloodstock in August 2018, supporting Judas Priest, Nightwish and Gojira.
https://www.facebook.com/ethyrfield/

Concrete Donkey:

Bursting onto the scene in 2014, with their debut self-titled E.P. released the same year, Concrete Donkey brought their unique sound to crowds across their local area. They continued playing to increasing audiences, including landing a slot at Exeter’s Respect Festival in 2015, whilst continuing to hone their sound.
Plagued by injury in 2016 it was a rocky year that finally culminated in the release of their 2nd E.P. ‘Ramifications’. Since then they have continued to grow their audience and write new music.
2018 saw the release of their first music video (‘Bauhm’ from ‘Ramifications’) along with a series of high-profile shows, including reaching the finals of Bloodstock festival’s ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ competition for Devon & Cornwall plus supporting the likes of Sikth and AC/DC UK.
https://www.facebook.com/concretedonkeyband/

Sora:

Sora was formed in early 2017 by vocalist Willow and guitarist James.
After a few line up changes (caused by our extremely poor luck finding like minded folks!) Sora was born as a loud (sorry Willow!) and proud rock band, with an ambition never to be pigeon holed. Because of this decision, our writing process is never hampered by a sub-genre, we just write what we want and have fun with it! (Special prize to anybody who reads this and invents a sub-genre for us)
https://www.facebook.com/sorabandofficial/

Hamartia:

Hamartia are a melodic Alternative Rock band originally from Cornwall, and are now based in Bristol. The group perform with fearless energy alongside their driving melodies to keep listeners on their toes with every set.

Inspired by bands such as Bring Me The Horizon, Underoath, Paramore and Lower Than Atlantis, Hamartia’s aim is to mould aggressive, biting chord progressions with intricately soaring vocal melodies, thunderous drum grooves and forthright basslines. ​

Having played prestigious venues such as Falmouth’s ‘Princess Pavilion’ and more recently Bristol’s ‘Exchange’ and ‘The Station’, Hamartia are known to lure rooms full of people into their world of catchy, yet heavy brand of alternative rock.

Hamartia have played alongside many promising bands on the UK alternative circuit including All Ears Avow, CHROMA and Hypophora.

2019 will see Hamartia’s debut festival slot at Howlfest, as well as gigging in and around the South West, as well as the rest of the UK. Hamartia are currently writing new material to be released later in the year.

Hamartia

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Metal 2 the Masses 2018 winners Ethyrfield are gearing up to take Bideford by storm, with a host of Like Minded guests from all over the South West. May 25th is one you won’t want to miss!

This event is 14+ (under 18’s must be accompanied)
£7 otd, bring i.d.

Ethyrfield:
Formed in 2014, Ethyrfield are a young up and coming rock band from South Devon. In the past, they have been crowned winners of the national under 19s Rock the House Competition and Ben has reached the finals of Sky Arts Guitar Star. In January 2018, Ethyrfield were winners of the Introducing Stage at the Giants of Rock festival at Butlins Minehead and will return in January 2019 to play the main stage along with Skid Row, AC/DCs Chris Slade and FM. Later in 2018, the band won the Devon and Cornwall heats of the Metal 2 the Masses competition and played at Bloodstock in August 2018, supporting Judas Priest, Nightwish and Gojira.
https://www.facebook.com/ethyrfield/

Concrete Donkey:
Bursting onto the scene in 2014, with their debut self-titled E.P. released the same year, Concrete Donkey brought their unique sound to crowds across their local area. They continued playing to increasing audiences, including landing a slot at Exeter’s Respect Festival in 2015, whilst continuing to hone their sound.
Plagued by injury in 2016 it was a rocky year that finally culminated in the release of their 2nd E.P. ‘Ramifications’. Since then they have continued to grow their audience and write new music.
2018 saw the release of their first music video (‘Bauhm’ from ‘Ramifications’) along with a series of high-profile shows, including reaching the finals of Bloodstock festival’s ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ competition for Devon & Cornwall plus supporting the likes of Sikth and AC/DC UK.
https://www.facebook.com/concretedonkeyband/

Sora:
Sora was formed in early 2017 by vocalist Willow and guitarist James.
After a few line up changes (caused by our extremely poor luck finding like minded folks!) Sora was born as a loud (sorry Willow!) and proud rock band, with an ambition never to be pigeon holed. Because of this decision, our writing process is never hampered by a sub-genre, we just write what we want and have fun with it! (Special prize to anybody who reads this and invents a sub-genre for us)
https://www.facebook.com/sorabandofficial/

Hamartia:
Hamartia are a melodic Alternative Rock band originally from Cornwall, and are now based in Bristol. The group perform with fearless energy alongside their driving melodies to keep listeners on their toes with every set.

Inspired by bands such as Bring Me The Horizon, Underoath, Paramore and Lower Than Atlantis, Hamartia’s aim is to mould aggressive, biting chord progressions with intricately soaring vocal melodies, thunderous drum grooves and forthright basslines. ​

Having played prestigious venues such as Falmouth’s ‘Princess Pavilion’ and more recently Bristol’s ‘Exchange’ and ‘The Station’, Hamartia are known to lure rooms full of people into their world of catchy, yet heavy brand of alternative rock.

Hamartia have played alongside many promising bands on the UK alternative circuit including All Ears Avow, CHROMA and Hypophora.

2019 will see Hamartia’s debut festival slot at Howlfest, as well as gigging in and around the South West, as well as the rest of the UK. Hamartia are currently writing new material to be released later in the year.

Hamartia