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Chaos Theory brings you a night of mind-crushing doom, death and progressive metal.

A vast and imposing 6-piece who fuse elements from hugely different metal genres to create enjoyable melodies while still retaining their dark sounds. With all the devastating tonnage that doom has to offer but as rich in texture and layer as the best in progressive metal. They already have two EPs and album out on French label Kaotoxin Records, so this is a band on the cusp of international recognition in the extreme metal world.

"As heavy as it is menacingly haunting, and instantly memorable as it is subtly detailed." - Metal Storm

"Surprised me with how memorable and likeable their songs are." - Encyclopaedia Metallum

A brutal band from Brighton, merging all the elements of classic British death metal with their foresight and experimentation. Renowned for their furious live shows, it's no wonder that they shook the stage at Hammerfest III and will be performing at the opening night of Download Festival this year.

"If you like technical death metal with superfluous melodies, there's no way you wouldn't dig this." - Encyclopaedia Metallum

Fantastic slow grungey build-ups, fast-paced riffs and raw metal vocals make up for an ambitious band who've clearly grown up listening to huge amounts of technical metal and prog. With complex rhythms, great dynamic changes and punchy riffs, rock and metal fans will delight in seeing these south-east Londoners perform at The Facemelter.

Glitchy metal band, originally from Daugavpils in Latvia. Now relocated to London, they have taken on vocalist Serberus (ex-Black Despair). Mixing experimental sounds with electronics and death metal, Ygodeh fluctuate between slow, heavy trudges to furious djenty riffs, layered with synths and growls. Original, boundary-pushing and bleak.

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