Get your pvc and fishnets on and get to Dream Nightclub April 28 to witness a strong showcase of Melbourne's new blood. Melodic metal
is at it's finest with Be'lakor, newly formed Gothic metallers Ashen Dusk debut with their brand
of black death and what doom should sound like when fronted by two female leads. Progressive pioneers Enter Twilight finish off the evening
with some melodic aggression and symphonic harmony laced with the beautiful haunting vocals of Lidia Szymczak. This is the band's
first show in 3 months since their album launch The Inner Verse, which is available now through all major leading retailers. Doors are at 8
and entry is 8 bucks.
Brothers and sisters of darkness, Your Doom Awaits You! 5 explosive acts set to tear your hearts in two, April 29 at The Arthouse.
The scene is set with Elegeion, one of Melbourne's oldest running progressive female fronted doom metal acts spanning a career of 10 years. With two full lengths on their sleeve, an EP and 3 successful demos reaching the furthest corners of the globe they debut with their first EVER live performance in the bands existance. Who can get enough of extreme metallers Ne Obliviscaris? Highly acclaimed and in high demand, fusing black - death influences, morbid violins, beauty and brutality. The Eternal return from sellout supports with HIM and Opeth. It will be Praetorian's last show with longtime runner Ian Ahles- be sure your there to make this a night to remember for the boys!
On tour in Melbourne this month are the doom metal sixtet Lycanthia from NSW. They feature on both evenings, wielding dual vocals over symphonic
passages, grudging death riffs and inexplicable violins. Sinister Online are hosting a track off their full length, 'Within The Walls' check 'em out in the demo centre.