Diploid + Son of Seth + Dooie Mus + salutingrome
Presented by Pretty//Ugly
FFO: The Body / Full of Hell / Uniform / Mind Eraser / Posh Isolation / Trepaneringsritualen
Since 2010, Diploid have been a primal force searing underneath the pyre of Australian heavy
music. Crushing, urgent, depressing and fierce, few can stand toe to toe with the blistering vocals,
thematic despair and rapid-fire instrumentals that strike straight at a listener’s pressure points.
Diploid are antithetic to peace.
Heavyweights such as Full of Hell, Cancer Bats and Integrity have all slotted Diploid on support for
their shows. Heavy Experimental pioneers The Body have performed a collaborative improvised
set with Diploid in 2019, and the band have blasted eardrums on tour in Japan, Indonesia,
Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, New Zealand and Australia.
Son of Seth (Denmark)
Son of Seth is a Death-Industrial/Black/Doom- Drone project, from Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tiago Dias (vocals: Bastard grave) is the mind and the sole composer behind this project.
The music is bleak and shrouded in ritual, with cathartic live performances that entangle the listener in a world of suffering and misery. In this dark gloomy place, the audience is faced with their own inner doubts and callous thoughts.
Combining heavy distorted synths with field recordings and sound design, elements, where sounds are mangled and given life, SON OF SETH ́S dystopic universe is conceived and presented to the audience. Shrieking powerful vocals, further drag you down, into a feeling of uncertainty and unease, and create a
SON OF SETH has shared the stage with artists such as, Anna Von Hausswolf, Offermose, Brighter Death Now, Of
the Wand & the moon, Duma, Luis Vasques (The soft Moon), abysmal grief, just to name a few.
the latest release, “De dor a ódio” is out on Trepanation Recordings (UK), and available on cassette & CD,
and all digital platforms.
Dooie mus is a two piece screamo band. These idiots play fast and loud. At least most of the time
Salutingrome started as the aperture for the solo musical experiments of Zamity Mitelembe, but is now a dignified rockband. With Victor Keyser on guitar and Tijmen Aalberts on drums. The project started out with the wallowing strings of folk and industrial tinged music, but quickly evolved into something more profound. Without leaving the drama origins behind, the band plays an abrasive, evocative mix of noise rock, post-punk, and blues. To some they are one of the most challenging bands to emerge live right now.
Poster photo: Jose Estevao de Conceicao