Incendia Music announce annual Christmas Party for December 7th 2018

Incedia Music Xmas Party 2018 poster
Incendia Music are excited to announce the details of their Christmas party for 2018.

The Christmas party will take place on December 7th, 2018.

Hosted at 229 Venue in Great Portland Street, the night will feature 4 insanely talented bands from Incendia Music’s management roster. The event will also host an after party with Prog Magazine editor Jerry Ewing manning the decks until after hours with his renowned DJ set featuring Toto amongst many other classic rock and metal hits!

Tickets are £10 plus booking fee, and can be purchased here.

Check out the event here.

The line-up for the event will feature a headline set from modern/progressive metal masterminds in Brutai who are bringing their music back to the stage in time for them to release new tunes in 2019. The band, who were nominated for a Metal Hammer Golden God in 2017, will be performing songs from their debut album “Born”, as well as debuting new material. If you like your music modern, proggy, and with soundscapes bigger than the grand canyon, then come and check out these boys. Felix Lawrie and Alex Lorimer’s harmonies are going to make hairs stand on end, do not miss this exclusive performance from the South London quintet.

Post-hardcore outfit As Everything Unfolds will be bringing the energy and the party with their modern mixture of sounds. From synths to riffs, the High-Wycombe based band are sure to get bodies moving and drinks flowing. The sextet, fronted by Charlie Rolfe, will perform tracks taken from their brand new EP “Closure”, which came out on Friday.

Having recently signed to Long Branch Records, Nottingham by way of Gibralter quintet The Five Hundred are renowned for melting faces and snapping necks with their ferociously energetic and brutal performance. Their tracks simultaneously infuse melody and soaring vocals from Johnathan Wood-Eley. The band will play a selection tracks taken from their new album “Bleed Red”, which is out now.

Opening proceedings and warming up the evening’s festivities is South London via New Zealand and South Africa rock quartet Temples On Mars. With hooks more catchy than a fishing rod and riffs to get even your Nan’s head bobbing, be sure to get down early to watch the band perform some of their stellar tracks taken from their debut self-titled opus that is out now via Primordial Records.