FOUNDERS BREWING RIFFMAGGEDON!

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This Friday, Michigan mavericks Founders Brewing will be rolling thru to the Heart, bringing four of their freshest delights for your tasting pleasure. Globally renowned for their IPA's, Founders have upped the bar for accessible yet innovative craft beers - and what goes better with beer than MONSTROUS RIFFS? DJ Timbo, part of the Founders crew, will be taking y'all through a musical journey of the greatest riffs from across the decades. History isn't a lesson you need remember, unless it's a history of head banging. Beers will be on all day, and the tunes will be loud from 8pm till closing!

Check out the full beer list here - 

· Rubaeus · 
Optimizing the flavor of fresh raspberries, Rubaeus is Founders’ way of celebrating the joys of summer year-round. This stunning berry-red masterpiece is the perfect blend of sweet, tart and refreshing. No question about it, this beer is 100% Founders.

· Fuzzy Sweater · 
Brewed with 100% Cashmere hops, this wheat ale has just the right amount of hop bitterness countered with slight berry sweetness. A substantial malt bill gives a smooth, satisfying flavor – like a fuzzy sweater for your palate.

· Azacca IPA · 
Named after the Haitian God of agriculture, the Azacca hop has an intense tropical aroma with hints of citrus and mango. A touch of caramel malt gives a sweet backbone to support the righteous fruit character of this beer. Pouring a burnt orange color and registering at 7.0% ABV, your taste buds will worship this heavenly, hopped delight.

· Centennial IPA · 
Get ready to bask in the glory of the frothy head’s floral bouquet. Relish the citrus accents from the abundance of dry hopping. This one’s sweet, yet balanced. Malty undertones shake hands with the hop character for a finish that never turns too bitter.

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POWER TRIP vs ATOMIC BITCHWAX!

THE PARTY TO END ALL PARTIES IS HERE!

Two of our favourite bands, hard rock heavyweights The Atomic Bitchwax and thrash-titans Power Tripwill be facing off for the after show to end all after shows on Wednesday 8th August.

Once they're done ripping our stage apart, Atomic Bitchwax will be stumbling down the stairs to spin some killer tunes, drink 200 beers and generally have a downright sweet time till we all wake up wondering what in carnation happened.
And because one afterparty isn't enough for us - we'll have one of, if not THE, best band of the last few years bowling over from there sold-out show a mere 10 feet away, ready to take us all to that next level of annihilation. Texas badboys Power Trip know how to party (trust us, they racked up a £200 bar tab last time they "popped in for a hello") and will be keeping things going till 2 in the damn morning, yes on a WEDNESDAY.

So book that Thursday off work, get your livers prepped and tell your mother you love her...

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HOLY ROAR RECORDS X GOOD CHEMISTRY BREWING

Don't let the pinkness of this poster fool you, on Friday 6th July the Heart will welcome a party of the highest order - lead by two of the most exciting local innovators in the world of music and beer. One of the best record labels in the UK, the mighty Holy Roar Records - which is home to the likes of Conjurer, Bossk & Rolo Tomassi, have joined forces with the brilliant Bristolian brewer's Good Chemistry to collab on yet another fine tipple.
We'll be welcoming their newest creation, ROAR POWER alongside a tap takeover which includes their INVINCIBLE SUMMER & the last ever keg of BLACK PRINCE.
Plus the guys from Holy Roar will be spinning some tracks from 8-10pm to show off their incredible roster & get y'all in the mood for a blindingly fun Friday night.

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Kelly at Good Chemistry gave us the lowdown on how the collab came intro fruition... 

"I saw Alex’s first signing back in 2007 and followed them grow and grow, and Sam has loved HRR for years and even played alongside a few of their bands back in his days as a hardcore drummer. When we met Alex at the first Bristol Craft Beer Festival in 2016 and realised this connection, brewing a beer together was an obvious next move. We brewed an awesome 6.66% American stout last year, but this year wanted a summer smasher that we could enjoy in the sunshine! It combines peach and sweet cherry with a double helping of American hops for a fruity refreshing 5% pale ale."

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Invincible Summer, 7%
Light in colour and bursting with German and American hops, this luscious and juicy IPA has low bitterness to complement flavour of peach, apricot and tropical fruit.  

Black Prince, 6.3% 
This sweet smoky stout was a collaboration, brewed with Staggeringly Good Beer in Portsmouth in anticipation of WarriorFest, their dinosaur-and-pirate-themed beer festival on board war ship HMS Warrior. Full of interesting malts, rich in flavour and dark in colour, the remainder of this beer is in whiskey barrels at Good Chemistry waiting until July’s festival!


20 YEARS OF SOUTHERN LORD! - A PLAYLIST

One of our favourite records labels of all time, the legendary SOUTHERN LORD are celebrating a momentous 20 years of musical madness. 
With the likes of EARTH, SLEEP and SUNN O))) on their roster, Southern Lord have been releasing the heaviest goods on the planet for two devilish decades now. We are truly honoured that founder Greg Anderson has made us a playlist of some of his favourite tracks from their extensive collection of bad-assery, believe us when we say we're gonna be blasting this in the bar non-stop.

Label owner Greg Anderson comments "Over the years Southern Lord has the incredible honour of releasing albums from cult legendary bands: Electric Wizard, Sleep, Magma, Unsane, Darkest Hour, Grief, Saint Vitus, BL’AST!, Winter, Wolfbrigade, Poison Idea, & Pelican as well as iconic, monumental artists: Dylan Carlson (Earth), Wino, Dave Grohl (Probot), Zakk Wylde (Zakk Sabbath) & Josh Homme (Desert Sessions). We are extremely proud to have been a part of the developing rise of several bands who are now part of the essential fabric of the underground: Wolves In The Throne Room, Nails, Boris, & Power Trip."

Greg continues..."It is our mission to create a sanctuary for bands/artists/musicians to have their creative works released exactly as their vision was intended."

Right on Greg, here's to the next 20. Check out the playlist HERE via our Spotify & turn that shit up all the way to 11... 


Fourpure anti-summer beer party

On 6/6 @ 6 our buddies over at Fourpure will be rolling into Black Heart to throw an ANTI-SUMMER beer party that'll cool ya down, keep your throat adequately wet and yer mood  sufficiently miserable (or actually not that miserable, because parties are pretty damn fun...)
Fourpure will also be releasing their latest conncoction DEUCEBOX - which is pretty much just a double whammy of their beloved Juicebox, twice the hops, twice the malt and almost twice the strength - because, well, two of everything is always better than one...

Come down, meet the team, and try all 3 of Fourpure’s delicious citrus beers next to each other from 6pm onwards. On draught we will have Deucebox, Trailhead Guava IPA plus Night Train Coffee & Oak Porter and in can we'll be dishing out Juicebox and the citrus session Pale Ale Easy Peeler.

Inside forever, outside never.

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Deucebox
The oranges for Deucebox, a 8.3% citrus double IPA, are harvested by blasting California Dreaming through very large speakers at such a high intensity, the fruit just falls from the trees and juices itself. This is then added to Fourpures classic citrus IPA recipe with twice the hops, twice the malt and twice the juice to serve up a punchy, tropical, glass of joy, every time.

Night Train
Night Train is a big, bready, malt-driven beer, with intense toasted chocolate character. The addition of smooth cold brew coffee from hometown legends London Grind is given a lift with some fresh orange and lemon citrus zest. The beer is finished perfectly by the addition of American Oak, giving smooth vanilla and sweet bourbon character.

Trailhead
Extra light, extra dry, and extra hoppy, Trailhead is a highly refreshing IPA that's bursting with tropical fruit. Combining hops from Australia and the US to impart intense notes of passionfruit, papaya & apricot, before dialling it up to 11 with generous additions of guava. 

Juicebox
Pure tropical, fruity pleasure in a glass. Fresh orange zest and heaps of extremely aromatic hops give this beer bright, intense flavours of mango, papaya and bitter orange. A restrained yet present bitterness makes you want that next sip, and the next one, and the one after that. Hoppy, zesty, refreshing.

Easy Peeler
A super juicy, tangerine and citrus Session IPA. Easy drinking and full of flavour, it’s the perfect reward at the day’s end.


CULT NEVER DIES - DOOM METAL LEXICUM

The Black Heart caught up with doom publisher Dayal Patterson of Cult Never Dies, who have just released their latest book - Doom Metal Lexicum, a huge encyclopedic exploration of over over 360 bands, exploring each band's discography in detail and frequently including interviews with the artists involved. 
Doom Metal Lexicum made its debut at London's Desertfest and will now be for sale via desertscene.co.uk! Written by Aleksey Evdokimov (doom-metal.com, Temple Of Perdition, No Clean Singing, Outlaws Of The Sun, InRock, Fire) with additional input from Mike Liassides (doom-metal.com), Tana Haugo Kawahara (Eternal Elysium) and Sami Hynninen (Reverend Bizarre). Editing and some additional text by Dayal Patterson (Cult Never Dies, Decibel, Metal Hammer), plus exclusive cover illustration by David Thiérrée (Behemoth, Mortiis).
Watch below to find out a bit more about the book and Cult Never Dies as an entity...


MAGNA CARTA CARTEL @ THE BLACK HEART - VIDEO

Back in March, the mysterious and mesmerising Magna Carta Cartel reignited their flame after 9 long years to play two live performances. The Black Heart was lucky enough to play host to this momentous occasion - the shows sold out in a manner of minutes, with fans from all over the world flying into London to bare witness to their return. 

The band brought along Claudio Marino to capture the whole event and find out why the band have developed such a cult status despite having rarely performed live. Check out the full video below...


DESERTFEST 2018 @ THE BLACK HEART

Our favourite weekend of the year, the incomparable Desertfest London returns for its 7th year of the obliteration of Camden Town. Offering up the very best in the world of stoner rock, doom, sludge, psych and all its subsidiaries, Desertfest is the ultimate weekend of big riffs and even bigger parties.

Once again, The Black Heart will play host to not only a stage across the three days - but act as the main hub of all measures of insanity. With the official pre-party with ASG taking place on Thursday, the most mental afterparties of the weekend, our street (Greenland Place) closed off for the festival with an outdoor Brooklyn Brewery bar, merch areas & more, some super special beers on tap, shots of Julia's infamous Bloody Mary and basically just all of the good times you could ever imagine happening over a weekend EVER, Desertfest 2018 is set to be the biggest year yet.
To get you in the mood, the DF crew have created us a playlist of killer jams from a bunch of the acts playing. Check it out by clicking the below photo & get your ears, neck and livers prepped... 


The Desertfest x Black Heart afterparties are a thing of legend, with queues stretching round the block just to get in last year. We've got some of our favourite, most raucous party bringers ready to keep the groove going, the shots flowing or whatever else tickles your fancy...

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FAMILY WOODARD @ THE BLACK HEART
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Anarchic booze fuelled brother sister duo playing the best in doom, heavy metal, and punk ragers. No strangers to the decks in and around this 'ere London town of ours, expect them to bring heavy metal riffs and whisky fits to fuel the opening night deep into the darkest hours.

11pm - 3am

FRIDAY DESERTFEST TICKETS


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SHE'S SO HEAVY @ THE BLACK HEART
MAY 5TH


Anarchic booze fuelled brother sister duo playing the best in doom, heavy metal, and punk ragers. No strangers to the decks in and around this 'ere London town of ours, expect them to bring heavy metal riffs and whisky fits to fuel the opening night deep into the darkest hours.

11pm - 3am

SATURDAY DESERTFEST TICKETS


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DESERTSCENE CLOSING PARTY @ THE BLACK HEART
MAY 6TH


The annual Desertfest closing party, time to drown your sorrows and facilitate the impending bank holiday hangover with a final hurrah and glasses raised as the weekend draws to a blurry close. DJ Harris once again presides in his own inimitable style, spinning stoner rock, heavy jams, and highway ripping anthems right 'til the livin' end!

11pm - 3am

SUNDAY DESERTFEST TICKETS


MUNICIPAL WASTE'S ART OF BEER DRINKING WITH DAVE WITTE

We caught up with long-time friend of the Heart and the fastest ripping drummer to walk this Earth, the righteous Dave Witte from Municipal Waste, Brain Tentacles and, like, a zillion other bands. 
A beer fan of the highest order and as someone who spends probably 3/4 of the year travelling, Dave is not only a tried and tested road dawg, he’s a tried and tested beer road dawg. Municipal Waste are no strangers to a good time - having collabed with a number of breweries over the years and throwing some of the most legendary parties in punk rock. Dave is a regular visitor of The Black Heart every time he’s in town, so we had a bit of a chat with the fella to find out what he's lovin' guzzlin' at the moment...

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The best part about touring is trying all the new beer being made these days, I’ve been nuts about beer since that bottle of De Dolle Stille Nacht changed my life back in the day. I usually gravitate towards bigger beer, but there really is a style for all occasions and situations I believe. That being said, you could be adventurous and try something new or go with a classic ‘cause they never get old. In fact, I think Old is becoming the new New… with the resurgence of lagers and pilsners being so out there at the moment. Bring it on, I’m all about the old school.”

Dave is already pretty damn familiar with our offering, but has picked his Top 3 from our current selection to help you plan out a night of no sobriety...

"Go with anything Cloudwater! They are brewing up a storm of styles and have even collaborated with The Veil brewing company, who are from my home. Richmond, VA. 

Gigantic Brewing from Portland, OR are great brewers, very versatile and make top notch beer, try out the collab bottle with Magic Rock if you fancy something tart. 

Evil Twin Even More Jesus is a huge imperial stout that’s a perfect night cap or maybe more like a nail in the coffin."

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"What I’d like to try next time I’m in London town - the Amundsen: Run to the Pils because Iron Maiden are my favorite metal band ever! And the ABC Juice Springsteen since I’m originally from New Jersey! 
Overall, The Black Heart has a killer beer list that’s pretty diverse and can cure anyone’s thirst, I’m itching to get back on one of those bar stools and sink a bunch of cold ones!"

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THE BRONX @ BLACK HEART - VIDEO

Remember when we did a FREE show for The Bronx in our 150 capacity venue? Y'all were queuing from 11am, there was stage diving from bars, people losing shoes and more beer spilt all over the place than any gig we've ever seen. It was carnage.
Thanks to our buddies at Old Empire for making this happen and to James Sharples for capturing all the madness. Check out the video here!

ORANGE AMPS x TBH PLAYLIST

Our drinking/gigging/sound magnifying buddies over at the legendary Orange Amps have made us a killer playlist of sweet jammers to treat your ears, all while we treat you with sweet brews. It ain't no secret Orange are the staple of that heavy sound we all live for, artist relations manager Dan Darby shares the following on their ALL killer NO filler playlist-

"When I was asked to pick some bands from Orange's roster for a BH playlist, it didn't take long to put something rad together! Luckily I could have added hundreds to the list, the difficulty was cutting it down. I tried to have some bands that have played, or were playing, Desertfest London such as Graveyard and Sleep, as well as bands that have graced the Black Heart such as The Bronx and Red Fang. Then I thought yeah, Deftones and Kvelertak because you know what? I just want them on my list! So hopefully there are some interesting bands that wouldn't sound out of place, blaring out of the Black Heart speakers at 2 o'clock in the morning. We'd like to think so anyway! "

Sounds pretty damn good to us... Click the link to check it out!

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BLACK CHRISTMAS: FOREST ROAD LAUNCH BLACK ALE AT OUR BLACK HEART

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Dreaming of a white Christmas this year? You better dream on, because Hackney brewers Forest Road Brewing Co. launch their Pitch black ale at the Black Heart this Thursday!

Resurrected after popular demand, Forest Road's beloved Pitch is getting an official launch party to celebrate the brewery's re-release of the black ale, with just enough produced to see through these cold, dark months.

Brimming with dark, chocolatey, Belgian malts and hops, the Pitch boasts a lovely toasted malt base under refreshing, thirst-quneching layers of bitterness. At 4.8%, it's a bit more sessionable than a porter. 

The party starts at 7pm, but get down quick - we've only got two kegs of these bad boys!

 

BLACK HEART HALLOWEEN BLOOD BATH IS ALMOST UPON US!

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Our annual Halloween spectacular is nearly here, and we've got some delicious details to share with you ahead of the madness!

We've got a special tap takeover from Norwegian nutters Amundsen Bryggeri and we'll have the following beers available - 

Apocalyptic Thunder Juice (New England IPA, 6.5%);
Hop Magic (NEIPA, collaboration with Dugges and Dry & Bitter breweries, 7%);
Lush Raspberry and Lime Berliner Weiss (Sour, 5.5%);
Super Santa (special chocolate and coffee stout, 4.7%);
and Marshmallow Psycho (special-release cognac barrel-aged imperial stout, 12.3%).

We'll also have cans, in the main bar and the venue, of Everyday Hero (session IPA, 4.7%), Rebel King (imperial stout with coffee and vanilla, 8.5%), Run to the Pils (craft pilsner, 4.7%), Ink & Dagger (IPA, 6.5%), and Lush Raspberry and Lime Berliner (5.3%).

Kicking off at 7pm THIS Saturday, we'll have live tunes upstairs courtesy of Slabdragger, Under & Trevor's Head; hard and hairy hits downstairs from our friends Born Again Heavy Metal Soundhouse; tasty as hell food from The Devils Kitchen; and as usual, it's FREE entry. Don't miss the best party of the year! 

THIS WEEK'S BREWS

Here's your latest update on the beers we have on tap at the Black Heart this week. We’ve got a ridiculously diverse offering on, including a breakfast stout, a golden ale, a couple of IPAs, a scotch ale, and a sour. Get stuck in!

First up is Alphabet Brewing Co.’s Flat White, a white breakfast stout from the Manchester brewers. With aromas of coffee beans, black pepper and green leaves, and flavours of fresh coffee and chilli zest, the Flat White is dry, herbal and chocolatey. Its pepper, dark chocolate and milky coffee finish is one to stick around for. 7.8%.

Next we’ve got the first of two IPAs, the Deviant from Salisbury brewers Dark Revolution. This American-style pale ale has light, tropical fruit and citrus aromas with an enjoyably bitter taste. The finish is a malty sweetness with dry pineapple and coconut notes. 5.6%.

Then it’s onto a criminally delicious collaboration between Swedish/Norwegian brewers Beerbliotek and Cervisiam - Not Guilty! The OJ IPA. Unsurprisingly juicy tasting with a long bitter, and lightly sour, aftertaste, this full-bodied IPA is sweet, malty, and bursting with citrus, grapefruit and pineapple aromas. We can’t believe they’re getting away with it. 7.5%.

On to our golden/blond ale now, Beavertown Says Amateur Hour. Medium bodied, the Amateur Hour is soft, smooth, well-rounded and flavourful. Sweet aromas and tastes of peach, apricot, lemon and grapefruit mingle wonderfully before a bready finish. 4.6%.

Following up fiercely is a scotch ale that certainly isn’t for amateurs or “wee lads”, Founders’ Dirty Bastard. Brewed with ten varieties of imported malts, this bold and powerful ale is full-bodied, packing sweet, nutty aromas of fudge, caramel and dark toffee. Let the rich, complex finish - with hints of smoke, peat, malt and dark chocolate - put hairs on your chin. 8.5%.

Finally, we have Manchester brewers Chorlton and their Nugget Sour ale. Light, dry and with a fine crispness, the Nugget Sour has a sharp orange taste, a hoppy, tangy citrus aroma, and a medium body. Light hop notes and a sour lemon nip finish this well-balanced sour. 5.9%.

That’s it for this week’s beers, check back next week for another update. And as ever, keep your eyes peeled for other updates on our Instagram

THIS WEEK'S BREWS

Here's your latest update on the beers we have in at the Black Heart this week. We’ve got a selection of some of the Heart's favourites on draught, as well as a few newer brews to pique your curiosity. 

First it's the Sea Salted Caramel Brown ale from Maryland, USA gonzo brewers Flying Dog, and yes, that is salted caramel in a beer. Well balanced between the salty and sweet, while staying true to the beer itself, this one is mild but enticing, the caramel adding to the traditional brown ale taste. Full bodied, lightly carbonated. 7%.

Next we have Amundsen's Ink and Dagger. Slightly sweet and lightly bitter, this dry, medium-bodied American-style IPA isn’t too hoppy, but its aromas and flavours of citrus and toffee are delicious. Zesty, hazy golden/yellow in hue, the hoppy notes pair with tropical aromas for an IPA that is none too heavy nor overbearing. 6.5%.

Then it's Boulevard with their Single-Wide IPA, the Kansas City brewery's take on British IPAs. This American version - also inspired by Boulevard's Smokestack Series Double-Wide I.P.A. - boasts a heady combination of six varieties of hops. Its aroma consists of malt, fruit, hops, caramel and orange, and flavours have similar notes, as well as those of tropical fruit and bit of biscuit. With its fresh, fruity scents, a lovely balance, and slightly dry, bitter finish, the Single-Wide is terribly drinkable. 5.7%.

Finally, we have Peak District brewers Thornbridge and their Bakewell Sour Tart, a sour/wild ale. Refreshingly tart and dry, with a mix of citrus hops and flavours of grapefruit and bitter lemon, the Tart is appropriately named but never overbearing. It boasts earthy, woody notes as well as the sour, citrus taste and finish. 6%.

We also have in bottles and cans two scrumptious numbers from California's Wiens Brewing Company, the Deadpan Pilsner, 5.5%, and the Fortune Teller Session IPA, 5.3%, as well as The Cloud IPA, 7%, from Maryland's Stillwater brewers. 

That’s it for this week’s beers, check back next week for another update. And as ever, keep your eyes peeled for updates of beers and bands on our Instagram.

BORN AGAIN BATTLE CARCASS/GENTS PISTOLS THIS FRIDAY

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This Friday downstairs at the Heart, DJs Michelle (of Born Again Heavy Metal Soundhouse) & Bill (of Carcass/Gentlemans Pistols fame) spin the best of 60s/70s/80s rock and heavy metal!

The duo will take over our decks from 9pm-2am, playing a range of bangers from classic to hard rock, glam, and beyond.

Come down and get an earful of their Heavy Load!

 

NO SLEEP 'TIL CAMDEN: MOTÖRHEAD DAY 2

Motörhead Day 2, the second annual celebration of Lemmy and the boys, takes over the Heart tomorrow!

Starting at 4pm, the Born Again Heavy Metal Soundhouse DJs will kick things off with Motörhead tunes, and the girls will be playing tracks all night.

We'll have a Motörhead quiz with rounds throughout the evening, as well as a raffle. Tribute band Motörheadache, and support, will play a couple of sets, and Born Again will be taking all your Motörhead requests afterwards, until close.

And of course, we'll have a (limited) supply of Röad Crew (4.5%), the Motörhead American pale ale from Camerons Brewery.

Doors are free but you'll need a free ticket to guarantee entry on the day. Register for a free ticket HERE

See all you damage cases there!

VINYLMANIA IS RUNNING WILD NEXT WEEK, BROTHER!

On Saturday July 8th, DIY record/art/gigs/events organisers BelowBeyond take over the Heart with a killer record fair to celebrate their one year anniversary.

Kicking off at midday, they will exhibit some of the best Vinyl, Art, Merch and Craft sellers from around the UK as well as acoustic and experimental performances to soundtrack your crate diggin' adventures. 

Stalls announced for the fair include Don't Care Records, Heavy Ritual Records, Me Saco Un Ojo Records, and many more.

Then from 7PM, BelowBeyond and Old Empire will host one of the heaviest line ups imaginable, with performances from Oxford's Drock/Droom/Drunk/Drone/Drudge miscreants Drore, south England doom/sludge massive Grey Widow and Birmingham/Black Country doom/sludge fiends Opium Lord.

DJs Matt (Dysteria/Human Disease Promo) and Josh (Old Empire) will be spinning party tunes and heavy shit into the late hours afterwards.

The record fair is free. Tickets for the gig can be bought HERE.

DEVIL'S KITCHEN TO OPEN AT THE BLACK HEART

After their pop-up/mini-residency blew our minds and filled our bellies earlier this month, we are very pleased to announce that Devil’s Kitchen is going to be back at the Heart!

From next week, starting Friday 7th July, Devil's Kitchen will be here every Friday onwards. 

The Kitchen cooked up some truly diabolical quesadillas and smokey sweet potato fries during their brief stay, so you can expect more hellishly delicious vegan - and meaty - delights. 

Come on down and eat like a sinner!