Bongzilla // Dopethrone // Sons of Otis - The Fleece, Bristol

Snuff Lane loudly brings you:

Bongzilla [USA] // Dopethrone [CAN] // Sons of Otis [CAN]

Wednesday 27th June
The Fleece Bristol
Doors: 19:30
All ages (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Tickets: £17.50 Adv. // £20.00 OTD
-- Eventbrite: https://goo.gl/TTJ3Yf
-- Headfirst: https://goo.gl/sMGx5e

Super-sized

sludgy fun-times as three behemoths of stoner-doom/sludge come to claim Snuff Lane!

Sludge-metals poster child BONGZILLA finally return to Bristol for even bigger high-times.

Hefty support from Canadian slutch-metallers DOPETHRONE and heavy psychedelic, blues-doomsters SONS OF OTIS.

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Bongzilla
https://bongzilla.bandcamp.com

Bongzilla is a stoner metal band from Madison, Wisconsin. As of 2015 the band had reunited after a 6-year hiatus and embarked upon a North American tour.

Discography
1999 - Stash (Relapse Records)
2000 - Apogee (Relapse Records)
2002 - Gateway (Relapse Records)
2005 - Amerijuanican (Relapse Records)

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Dopethrone
http://dopethrone.bandcamp.com

Dopethrone plays Slutch Metal.

It's a foul Canadian mix of yellow snow, crackhead diarrhea, blood, tears and broken dreams.

They're the kind of humans that eat the blues for lunch and wash it all down with a giant jug of crust punch!
This is one of those bands that will have the crusty punks head banging right next to the stoners, both united under the bad sign of doom."

- CVLT Nation

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Sons of Otis
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sons_of_Otis

The band was formed by Ken Baluke in Toronto sometime around the years 1992 and 1993. At first it was called just Otis, but for legal reasons had to be changed to "Sons of Otis".

Strongly influenced by the underground heavy music of the time (Melvins/Fudge Tunnel/Shallow N.D), their first release, Paid to Suffer, came out in 1994.

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12 St Thomas Street, BS1 6JJ
Bristol
27 June , Wednesday 19:30

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