Riff Taff Live Events, in association with Metal Mercenary, are proud to present the London album launch of Dakesis' new album The New Dawn, with this all female fronted rock and melodic metal night in the heart of Camden. Discount advance tickets available from the above URL at £6 + £1 booking fee. If any remain after 6pm on the night of the show, they will be sold at £10 each on a first come first served basis.
Dakesis are a four piece Progressive-Power Metal band from Birmingham, UK. Considered by some as one of the UK's fastest rising independent artists, they have come a long way since their formation in 2008.
Mixing European power metal influences with home-grown heavy ...metal, a heavy dose of tongue–in-cheek cheese and a fair dash of contemporary Prog to create a unique blend of modern melodic metal.
EVYLTYDE are a female-fronted British metal band based in and around the London area who bring the sound of traditional, classic metal into the modern age with a mix of killer riffs, searing power chords and melodic vocals!!!
HARDROCK AUTHORITY FROM STOCKHOLM
Nocean has nothing to hide – they play genuine, modern hard rock with melodic choruses, heavy breaks and a powerful female singer in the front. The music is a mix of classic hard rock and deeper songs close to the metal genre. Only two years from the start in 2013, Nocean signed a record deal with Attitude Recordings for a debut album (European release in early 2016). The band has released two EP’s on their own, along with two music videos, they have sold their music worldwide and played a lot around Sweden. Nocean will soon go on a European tour for the first time, heading for UK in April 2016. Nocean enters the stage with a glimpse in the eye – and a lot of energy!
INCARNADINE COVEN -
Incarnadine Coven are a soprano-fronted melodic/symphonic metal band that aims to intrigue and entice. Standing on the shoulders of such giants as Epica, In Flames and Tool, the classically influenced vocals lead epic and hook laden songwriting that is sure to challenge any listener's musical preconceptions.