MORASS OF MOLASSES SET OUT ON THE ‘VULTURES PRAY’ TOUR WITH VICTORIAN WHORE DOGS

MoM_RingMasterReview

‘Their music goes back to the old Clutch, mixed with huge amounts of Sludgy, bluesy riffs. Singer and guitarist Bones had the best stage banter as well’ – Echoes & Dust

‘They win the award for best band name, and as they start into a set as heavy as hell, they raise the bar for the night. Tonight is all about tone’ – Get Into This

Morass Of Molasses have just returned from an intense weekender with Ohhms and Slabdragger, brief moment in time which saw them visit Edinburgh, Liverpool and Coventry in order to spread their unique brand of Sludgy Swamp Blues. In the process they garnered still more critical acclaim and fans alike.

Now, with the dust barely settled, they set out on the road once more. This time it is for their largest UK tour to date, with their Sludge Brothers Victorian Whore Dogs on board for the ride.

As if this wasn’t enough, the tour also coincides with the band acquiring distribution deals with HeviSike Records, Hibernacular Records, and From Beyond Records for the release of their unique sounds.

This is represents the band ‘working with the right people‘ according to frontman Bones. Who adds ‘It is good to see all our hard work being recognised by influential people we respect

The ‘Vultures Pray’ Tour…
25.03.16 – The Dragonffli (Pontypool)
26.03.16 – Bunker 13 (Stoke)
01.04.16 – The Swamp (Reading)
02.04.16 – Firehouse (Southampton)
03.04.16 – Edge Of The Wedge (Portsmouth)
07.04.16 – Pig & Drum (Worcester)
08.04.16 – Firebug (Leicester)
09.04.16 – Bad Apples (Leeds)
10.04.16 – Running Horse (Nottingham)
16.04.16 – The Black Heart (London)
17.04.16 – The Prince Albert (Brighton)

MoM tour_RingMasterReview
Find more details about Morass Of Molasses here @ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorassOfMolasses

SEEP AWAY Make Remix Of Debut Single Available For Free Download & Change Date Of Manchester Show!

Quartet Release Angry Robot Music Remix of ‘Trudge’ Following Exclusive Stream Via Regen Magazine!

Seep Away _RingMaster Review

York/Manchester-based noise-punk band SEEP AWAY have unleashed a remix of their debut single, ‘Trudge’, by US industrial heavyweights Cyanotic as a free download, one day after the track was debuted via Regen Magazine! Cyanotic mastermind Sean Payne had this to say about working on the track: “It’s like grimey UK hardcore on top of digital bangery: angry robot style!”

The collaboration came about following initial interest from SEEP AWAY drummer, Dom Smith: “I’m a massive fan of industrial and alt-electronic music, and the rest of the band are all about finding new ways to develop the sound, so Cyanotic was a natural choice – Sean’s work, and his label Glitch Mode’s output has always been awesome. I’m really proud of this.”

Cyanotic’s previous remix and production credits include: Front Line Assembly, Chemlab and 16volt. For more information on the band, visit: https://www.facebook.com/Cyanotic

SEEP AWAY have announced a small number of shows recently with more to be announced, check them out below. Please note the Manchester show has been changed from May 20th to May 14th. The band will also be recording a new single, and EP for release later in the year:

February 24th – Fulford Arms, York (w/ One Way Street)

April 15th – Fulford Arms, York (w/ InTechnicolour)

May 14th – Star & Garter, Manchester (w/ Deified)

The new single can be found here – https://soundcloud.com/seep-away-the-band/trudge-glitch-mode-remix-by-cyanotic

The band’s debut EP is out now: https://seepaway.bandcamp.com/releases

For more information on SEEP AWAY visit: https://www.facebook.com/twitchyanxiousband

Date Changes For Hiraeth Tour With Lost In Despair

First Show On Hiraeth Tour With Lost In Despair Moved To Derby

Hiraeth Pic _RingMaster Review

The first date on London based agro mob Hiraeth’s upcoming UK tour in support of the stunning Lost In Despair has changed. The tour will now start in Derby at the Victoria Inn on Feb 19th.

The band are set to play the following dates:

Feb 19th – Victoria Inn – Derby

Feb 21st – The Lemon Factory – Swansea

Feb 22nd – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar – Brighton

Feb 23rd – The Unicorn – London

Hailing from the suburbs of London, Hiraeth wasted no time erupting onto the scene in 2015 with their stunning debut EP “The World Ends With You”. Quickly building a name for themselves in the underground Melodic Hardcore scene, and scoring solid reviews from the likes of Metal Hammer & Terrorizer.

Combining high energy onslaughts in the vain of Gallows, and infectious melodies, that stand beside bands such as While She Sleeps and Defeater; Hiraeth are certainly on the brink of captivating a deprived audience across the UK with their sonic battery.

With a new EP firmly in the wings, and more shows booked across the year, Hiraeth are looking to make even bigger waves in 2016. Watch this space.

Hardcore Mob Hiraeth Hit The Road In Support Of Lost In Despair

Hiraeth_RingMaster Review

London based agro mob Hiraeth are set to hit the road in support of Danish melodic metalcore quintet Lost In Despair for a fiery five date run, which starts in Cardiff on Feb 19th.

Hailing from the suburbs of London, Hiraeth wasted no time erupting onto the scene in 2015 with their stunning debut EP “The World Ends With You”, quickly building a name for themselves in the underground Melodic Hardcore scene, and scoring solid reviews from the likes of Metal Hammer & Terrorizer.

Combining high energy onslaughts in the vain of Gallows, and infectious melodies, that stand beside bands such as While She Sleeps and Defeater; Hiraeth are certainly on the brink of captivating a deprived audience across the UK with their sonic battery.

The band are set to play the following dates on the tour:

Feb 19th – The Bunker – Cardiff

Feb 20th – Cobblestones – Bridgewater

Feb 21st – The Lemon Factory – Swansea

Feb 22nd – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar – Brighton

Feb 23rd – The Unicorn – London

 

With a new EP firmly in the wings, and more shows booked across the year, Hiraeth are looking to make even bigger waves in 2016. Watch this space.

Cauldronated/ Dave.I.D / Sebastian Bartz at The Unicorn January 30th 2015

10424977_10152999446201763_4534574625737773009_n

It was a night so cold that face stubble receded to search for warmth and involved a walk long enough to worry time zones, but all was forgotten at The Unicorn, Camden on the last Friday of January 2015, thanks to a trio of bands which left the senses reeling and emotions elevated. The night marked the return of the venue’s Post-Punk Club, and the dramatic union of what are three of the UK’s most uniquely original and inventive bands right now.

Anticipation was already a heady brew for Cauldronated, the new band of Dave Barbarossa of Adam and The Ants, Bow Wow Wow, Republica, Chicane… the list goes on…fame. An appetite sparked by his history and confirmed thanks to already unleashed tracks and videos. Equally there was a seriously pricked intrigue in the prospect of being introduced to two artists with a healthy buzz around them, Sebastian Bartz and Dave.I.D. It proved to be an adventure which threw assumptions and expectations to the floor and set about stirring up blood, energies, and emotions.

The night opened with the post punk voracity of Sebastian Bartz. As became the norm for the night, the quartet of musicians arrived as good as unannounced, as every song on the night from all bands (our only niggle), and swiftly unleashed a sonic tonic for the senses with immediate effect. Song after song was sculpted around a seriously potent rhythmic frame, with the drummer especially stealing attention in a couple of the tracks, including the closing treat from the band. To this guitar and keys added their often raw and always impressively toxic melodies as Sebastian prowled and sized up each song and audience member with a belligerent but endearing androgynous theatre. Fresh to the presence of the man, it is fair to say that he and the band impressed unreservedly, every second of sound and twist of lyrical spite accompanied with addictive antagonism and contagious craft. Equally there was a power and attitude expelled which often pushed tracks to their rawest limits, and caused ears to wilt under the sonic force offered though they only remained hungry for more, especially with tracks like She’s Gone which was amongst so many standing out, but the only one with a title known. Not letting a broken guitar string deter the onslaught of post punk imagination and intimidating devilry from songs and band, Sebastian Bartz powerfully proved why he has the reputation of being one of the really exciting propositions of the London live scene.

It is clear that the majority of the audience was there for one particular thing, to see Cauldronated, which left Dave I.D. who closed the night, staring at only a handful of certainly keen and attentive bodies. It was a shame as the solo musician captivated with his heavily atmospheric and soulful sounds. His hands were often a frantic movement spinning a web of musical invention with his varied equipment whilst his creative nature was a twitch of vocal angst and expression. There is a dark emotion to his industrial seeded music and sobering lyrics which challenges and transfixes simultaneously. Also there is an underlying anger which skilfully colours his music and on the night seemingly erupted with a flying drum stick, though if in frustration at the lack of bodies before him it was possibly understandable, his compelling set deserved, as his emotive sounds, more.

Splitting the two was Cauldronated with a performance which blew away man and night alike. As mentioned the newest project of Dave Barbarossa, the band took merely the initial tempting of 10891845_1567448743468059_6897666929198738212_nopener iBossa to bind attention and imagination, never relinquishing it until the last beat and note of the demanded encore. On stage the band is driven by Dave’s still strikingly potent and inspirational rhythmic craft; in fact ‘still’ does him an injustice as much heard on the night left marks surpassing a lot of his legendary history in invention and sheer agility. In front of him stood the vocal, lyrical, and occasionally rhythmic drama that is Italian extrasolar poetess Eva Menon. The lady has a presence which forcibly lures attention yet is as organic and natural as it comes, well until she unleashes her lyrical tirade which just enthrals and sparks in ears and imagination. Eva has a stage scowl, a leering confrontation which is not forced but part of the whole impacting incitement that is Cauldronated yet also an underlying mischief which could not stop breaking out through smiles on the night, especially to the birthday wishes flung her way.

As said opening with the exceptional iBossa, which as all their songs sounds even more powerful and infectious live, there was the feeling that if they could straight away uncage a fan favourite there was bigger treats to come, and so it proved. Songs like Buy This Thing and In This World left bodies and emotions enslaved, Dave’s ridiculously creative and addictive beats turning feet and limbs into his own personal puppets whilst Eva has thoughts bound with her scythes and lashings of vocal and lyrical confrontation. Of course around this, binding their ingenious strikes are the adventurously melodic and creative sounds of David Harman, absent on stage but lighting up every song with imagination and worldly temptation through his recorded enterprise.

The band’s incredibly rousing set flew by in a blink, but every minute was a standout muscular and tenaciously seductive flirtation. The band’s bio call their sound punky, drum-centric techno, surely after such a stunning performance, it should be merely tagged as alchemy. As mentioned it seemed like the whole night was there for Cauldronated, the likes of Andy Dukey from London based band Top Buzzer and Johnny Summer, the head of the Reputation Radio Station, adding their enthusiastic moves to a seriously invigorated and healthy crowd.

Dave Barbarossa is no stranger to helping create and driving forward some important moments in the history of the British music scene, and he with Eva and David Harman could just be poised to do it again. Certainly with the equally stand-out performances of Sebastian Bartz and Dave.I.D backing them up, Cauldronated has given London an early pinnacle in its live scene for 2015.

http://www.cauldronated.net/

http://www.dave-i-d.com/

https://www.facebook.com/sebastianbartzmusic

RingMaster 04/02/2015

Copyright RingMaster: MyFreeCopyright

Listen to the best independent music and artists on The RingMaster Review Radio Show and The Bone Orchard from http://www.thereputationlabel.today