257 Mansfield Road City Centre, Nottingham NG1 3FT

Doors: 7:00 pm | Price: £6.50 adv | Ages: 16+ | Room: The Maze

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IKE Productions & Lazarus Music


Valis Ablaze
Although wearing their influences on their sleeves at times, VALIS ABLAZE provide an intriguing alternative to the progressive metal norm; swells of creative ingenuity shine throughout, as well as thought out details and subtle complexities that will keep the listener returning again and again.
Prog Magazine
“With seven-string guitars and deep drop tunings, There’s drama aplenty in the dips and swells of their performance.”
“All the right traits to make a big splash in the tech scene”
Metal Hammer
“Tight rhythmic interplay gives way to sumptuous melodies creating a distinct advantage over others in the tech metal mould.”
Prog Metal Madness
Oozing with Emotion and Atmosphere”
The Monolith
“Delicate and wistful melodies, memorable, powerful choruses, a couple of inspired chord progressions, and some deceptively chunky riffs that translate very well indeed to the stage”

Unprocessed was formed by guitarist Manuel and drummer Jan in early 2014 together with the earlier bassist, singer and second guitarist. After a few line-up changes, the current members decided on sticking to a highly diversifying sound, which can be described as a technically sophisticated modern style of Progressive Metal. After 2014 full length record “IN CONCRETION” and 2016 EP “PERCEPTION”, the band is currently working on their third release. Unprocessed is consistently striving for a very groovy and forceful sound with a great variety of flourishing Djent, Progressive, Soundtrack and Industrial influences.

The Five Hundred
Formerly known as DAOR, the band have shared stages with groups ranging from metal media favourites Tesseract, Mushroomhead and All Shall Perish, through to brutal grind-fathers Napalm Death and industrial pioneers Fear Factory.

Pendulums Fall
Metal band from Nottingham. Giving you a new interesting combination of female vocals, duh-jent and modern metal

The Parallax Method
Prog Rock Instrumental Trio