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Preview: Stoned Jesus, Beastmaker and Twelve Boar @ Camden Underworld, London (UK) – Friday 13th October 2017

An electrifying melting pot of anthems, epic stoner odysseys and infectious hooks. This is not a show to miss.

After they cancelled their Desertfest appearance due to personal circumstances, Stoned Jesus are back and playing their legendary album Seven Thunders Roar in full with two quality supports.

Aldershot’s Twelve Boar (formerly XII Boar), are opening the night and there couldn’t be a more perfect opener. Twelve Boar play high octane southern metal with a fun, groovy swagger that makes them one of the best party bands in the country. Currently riding on the success of their new album No Forgiveness, Twelve Boar are a band to get down early for.

Beastmaker are a new band but one whose career trajectory is well-deserved. Throwing back to classic doom, with a modern twist that doesn’t throw them into the bargain bin of repetitive retro doom bands. The California’s groove is one that cannot be denied with heavy nods to Master of Reality and Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, Beastmaker could become one of the doom bands of our time.

Despite forming in 2009, Stoned Jesus became a household name in the underground music scene with their second album, Seven Thunders Roar. Despite being only five years old, it has already become an iconic album that has become analysed and discussed on online forms. An electrifying melting pot of anthems, epic stoner odysseys and infectious hooks. This is not a show to miss.

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Jack
About Jack (819 Articles)
I am a recent graduate from the University of Essex in Colchester where by the luck of Odin I met the editor, Dom. I first got into metal when I was 13 and now I am 22 and own an uncountable amount of band T-shirts. I also regularly attend gigs (local and in neighbouring areas) as well as festivals. My musical taste is varied; I like nu metal (my first love), thrash, black, death, doom, folk, sludge (my favourite genre), symphonic and many more of the multiple genres that metal has to offer, I even like some metalcore (I know it's a dirty word within some metal circles but some of it is outstanding). One of my most memorable metal moments was meeting Grand Magus at the Bloodstock signing tent and having the whole tent to myself, spending a few minutes talking to them.

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