DANGERS

Vested Interest presents...

NEW YEAR NEW YOU

Featuring:

DANGERS (LA, USA) 
+ ROPE (Cardiff, UK)
+ more TBC

£7 advance

So it's one day into 2017 and you've done pretty much nothing for the past fortnight but eat and drink. You've made a new year's resolution to 'get healthy' and 'do more cultural' activities' but you'd rather than just continue drinking yourself into a coma.

Well, it turns out you can do both, thanks to your good pals at Vested Interest. Come down and enjoy our carb-neutral concert where you can drink beers selected from the Black Heart's impressive beverage selection, then see those pounds slide off as you mosh to Dangers furious, muscular brand of hardcore. 

Band descriptions below, more bands to be added to the bill I would imagine.

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DANGERS

Listen: https://wearedangers.bandcamp.com/ 
Website: http://www.wearedangers.com/

DANGERS is a hardcore punk band from Los Angeles, California. They have been playing basements, garages, living rooms, squats, warehouses, banquet halls, high school auditoriums, Adriatic beach resorts, abandoned Soviet furniture factories, and public park gazebos since the winter of 2005. In their decade of existence, they have booked their own tours across the United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, and Southeast Asia. After self-releasing two critically-acclaimed LPs and two EPs on their own Vitriol Records, they are now pushing their third LP, The Bend in the Break, out into the world via Topshelf Records. It is an attempt to locate the band within the rapidly changing landscapes of both loud music and our rotten culture-at-large, and finds the band incorporating its roots into a sound and performance more their own than ever.

ROPE:

Listen: https://thebandrope.bandcamp.com/

Rope are three friends from South Wales who play their own minimal, powerful and precise brand of guitar music. Formed in 2015 from the ashes of Goodtime Boys and Hunger Artist, their live sets bring to mind the visceral power of Shellac, the songmanship of Nick Cave and the kind of swirling atmospherics you might expect from Neurosis or Pink Floyd, all held together by a powerful vocal delivery and lyrics.