Preview: Full of Hell, Dawn Ray’d, Leeched and Wound @ The Underworld, London (UK) – 23 August 2018

After destroying Kamio last year, Full of Hell are back in London to create more carnage and bloodshed. The band have toured the world countless times, destroying multiple venues and festivals along the way. Once more they will take on London, headlining the Camden Underworld this time.

Formerly known as Deadwound, Wound will be opening the proceedings. Signed to Black Bow Records, the band have created a powerful sound mixing blackened sludge and hardcore. The Kingston Upon Thames five piece are a force live and they will have no problem getting the pit open.

Leeched are an absolute bulldozer. Their EP Nothing Will Grow From The Rotten Ground which was mastered by Brad Boatright was a masterclass in hardcore aggression and leaving destruction in its wake. With a new album You Took The Sun When You Left out later this month, expect to hear more from Leeched.

Dawn Ray’d have quickly become of this country’s best underground bands, rallying others to fight fascism with their powerful, rousing anthems. A black metal band from the north of England who create music that is engrossing and thought provoking, ready to take the fight to the enemy.

Full of Hell are one of the best bands touring at the moment, relentlessly touring the world and yet finding time to collaborate with a variety of artists including The Body and Merzbow. Full of Hell have gone from strength to strength and them headlining the Underworld is a testament to their increasing profile as a band. This is a talented young band with a lot of mileage left in them. One of the best grindcore/hardcore bands in the world.

Dawn Ray’d
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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.