iaw Flood Floorshows / Being as an Ocean / Oceans Ate Alaska / Sentinels


Currents is presenting us their new album 'The Death We Seek' with support from Being as an Ocean, Oceans Ate Alaska and Sentinels.

/ 06.30 pm: doors
/ 07.00 pm - 07.30 pm: Sentinels
/ 07.45 pm - 08.15 pm: Oceans Ate Alaska
/ 08.30 pm - 09.15 pm: Being As An Ocean
/ 09.30 pm - 10.30 pm: Currents

For fans of

August Burns Red / Born Of Osiris / Spite / Knocked Loose


Connecticut post-metalcore innovators Currents don’t pretend that life is a bed of well-manicured roses. Rather, it has been by way of exploring the forbidden realms of a tortured psyche and ferociously searching for meaning amidst uncertain chaos that the band has won the hearts of metal fans across the globe. Their new album THE DEATH WE SEEK sounds more angsty and heavy than ever. It's a show of hands of what this band is setting out the achieve.

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Being as an Ocean

Being as an Ocean is an American post-hardcore band from Alpine, California, formed in 2011. They have released five studio albums: Dear G-d..., How We Both Wondrously Perish, Being As An Ocean, Waiting for Morning to Come, released on 8 September 2017, and PROXY: An A.N.I.M.O. Story, released in 2019. The band's musical style has been described as post-hardcore and melodic hardcore. AllMusic writer Gregory Heaney characterised them as a "post-hardcore band with a melodic and plaintive sound punctuated by outbursts of aggression" while Indie Vision Music stated their music blended "melodic hardcore, Explosions in the Sky-esque atmospheric rock, and spoken word "talk music" similar to La Dispute, Listener, or MewithoutYou". Vocalist Joel Quartuccio has been noted for a "passionate vocal delivery" with his "mix of spoken word and traditional pained yelled/screamed vocals paint[ing] passionate tapestries". The addition of Connor Denis and Michael McGough to the line-up marked a transition in their style, while their first album Dear G-d... "showcased a lot of human emotion through its ultra-personal lyricism, How We Both Wondrously Perish unleashed much of its emotion in shining musicality, as the group tightened up their instrumentation and added new dynamics to their sound – the biggest being the addition of guitarist/clean vocalist Michael McGough". How We Both Wondrously Perish was released in May 2014 and charted at number 57 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S. Band members are; Current: Joel Quartuccio – lead vocals (2011–present) Tyler Ross – lead guitar (2011–present) Ralph Sica – bass (2011–present) Michael McGough – rhythm guitar, vocals (2013–present) Garrett Harney – drums (2018–present) Former: Shad Hamawe – drums, percussion (2011–2013) Jacob Prest – rhythm guitar, vocals (2011–2013) Connor Denis – drums, percussion (2013–2015)

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Oceans Ate Alaska

Oceans Ate Alaska were formed in Birmingham in 2011 and have been tipped as one of the most talented and exciting bands to look out for in 2012. For just over a year of existence, Oceans Ate Alaska already have a lot to show. A number of high profile support slots, a constantly increasing fan base, their debut single Clocks being circulated on scuzz and receiving over 1 million plays on YouTube. They released their debut EP Into the Deep in 2012 through Icon Music. Members:- 1. James Harrison - Vocals 2. Chris Turner - Drums 3. James Kennedy - Guitar 4. Mike Stanton- Bass 5. Adam Zytkiewicz- Guitar Read more on

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